Apperception is a word that comes from latin, ad- (to, towards), and percipere (to perceive, learn). Socionics and the writings of Jung are complex topics, there is no doubt about that. Not something you learn and understand in an afternoon. Another thing that makes it harder, is knowing where to look. With most socionics sources being in Russian, most sources on Jung so dense it’d sink quicker than a rock in water. Active apperception is an art of taking in, perceiving information and making it a part of our psyche. To move towards it. My goal is to make socionics and Jung readily available, in a digestible way. To navigate the blog in an easier and better way, click here for the masterpost.
That being said, this blog is mostly about socionics. If you want to learn more about the Jungian concepts with me as I go through them, I write an email every week covering topics that are largely related to Jungian archetypes, here.
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