Structuring Consciousness using Magic: A Jungian Approach By Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif © Copyright 2009 by Anthony J.

Fejfar A Jungian approach to Psychiatry asserts that there is a Subconscious Mind, a Conscious Mind, and an Unconscious Mind. The Subconscious is ordered toward rationality, the Conscious toward wisdom, and the Unconscious toward reason. In Jungian Alchemy regarding Consciousness magic is used to describe different types of Consciousness. Thus the following Chart is indicative of the Alchemy of Mind: 3. Unconscious Mind 2. 1. Conscious Mind Subconscious Mind White Magic Gray Magic Black Magic

White Magic is relatively rigid and can only be used for generalized cognitive programs which have no exceptions. These are programs at law. Gray Magic uses both law and equity to provide more flexible cognitive rules with logical exceptions. Black Magic is ordered toward rational self-interest. In fact, the dominant Paridigm is Gray

Magic which prevents both White Magic and Black Magic from becoming irrational. One can self-program for developing Consciousness using Neuro-linguistic Programming (Bandler and Grinder) and Neuro-heuritstic Programming (Fejfar). Since human being have an immortal soul, it is worthwhile to self-program to make important change of consciousness which last beyond the current lifetime. This general approach can also be called Quantum Psychiatry.

Bibliography Bandler and Grinder, “The Structure of Magic I” Bandler and Grinder, “The Structure of Magic II” Jung, “Alchemical Studies” Jung, “Pscyhology and Alchemy”

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