So, I found this interesting because:
1) …I really don’t like PsychologyToday anymore; after taking Introduction to Clinical Psychology, I realized how…um…biased they are. In a way. If you like it, that’s cool. But personally, I’m not into it anymore.
So the staff has requested that I write out the full case for abandoning the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and moving forward into a typology approach centered primarily around Jungian Cognitive Functions (or JCF, as we have recently—and affectionately—taken to calling it.)
1) Changes in the…
(Source: personalitynation.com, via jungiananalyticalpsychology)
(Source: sirmitchell, via hongzhi)
The pueo is regarded as an ʻaumakua or guardian/ancestor spirit in Hawaiian culture.
A few years ago, a pueo visited the Hawaii State Library while I was working there… I always wonder… what exactly was a country owl doing in downtown Honolulu? The library staff fenced off the courtyard when it was resting, and the pueo actually returned to the library on several occasions (it’s diurnal). Maybe it wanted to borrow a book? Our eyes met straight-on and its bright yellow gaze has stayed with me ever since.