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Jung outlines this pretty clearly in both Aion and Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious. I strongly recommend those books to anyone attempting to gain a deeper understanding of these concepts in particular. I found the first few chapters of Aion to be particularly enlightening. There are many anthropomorphic symbols representing archetypes in the human ...


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At this age I find it limiting not to use verbal communication in combination with visuals and ACTION. If you can't remove this limitation, please disregard this answer. Otherwise, keep reading it! In my experience with kids at this age, they respond positively with: fun physical activities: ludic games, moving around, challenges using their body (e.g. ...


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How about some experiments on gravity. Gravity is a fairly simple concept if kept to the level of a simple attraction between two material objects. Students will be able to relate a number of their personal experiences with this. Then maybe you can ask them questions about: Flow of water in a pipe maze wherein the pipe nodes are at different levels, all ...


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Consider showing a visual representation of the Earth-Moon-Sun system: either with videos or with globes. Show a globe of the Earth, that it's round but looks flat up close, and that it spins. Show that the Sun is also round, much larger than the Earth, but very far away, and looks like a circle from far away. Show that the moon is also round, smaller than ...


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Dr Graves' research relates to human developmental psychology, not 'all living things'. In his book Integral Psychology (2000) Ken Wilber cross references multiple bodies of work, including eastern philosophy and western psychology. Wilber mentions a number of other researchers whose work correlates with Graves' findings, including Paiget, Fowler, Kegan, ...


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