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Donald Trump and the Shadow of America
Bernhard Guenther | 8 January

A view on Donald Trump’s presidency and the reaction of the masses from a Jungian Psychology perspective.

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Politics, Sovereignty, and Embodiment
Bernhard Guenther | 21 April

Reflections on politics, voting, sovereignty and the necessity of embodiment – the alchemical marriage of the inner male and female.

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Voting, Cognitive Dissonance and Fear of the Unknown
Bernhard Guenther | 20 October

The system is not broken. It is designed that way to keep people imprisoned out of their own choice in a global Stockholm Syndrome. It’s not an irrational “conspiracy theory” but fact that can be proven with a careful study of our real history (not the one you learned in school) including Psychopathology.

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The Illusion of Choice
Bernhard Guenther | 5 November

“I voted”.  I saw that update coming up a lot the other day on Facebook at election day, neatly put on a red/blue/white button. What is the underlying message of someone who posts that? To show that one is an upstanding American Citizen doing the “right thing” by executing one’s right to vote? To feel good about oneself? To entice others to vote?

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