Mind and Earth

@article{Tacey2009MindAE,
  title={Mind and Earth},
  author={David J. Tacey},
  journal={Jung Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={3},
  pages={15 - 32}
}
Abstract In 1927/1931 Jung wrote “Mind and Earth,” where he suggested the earth has an unconscious effect on the mind. Earth seems to mold or influence mind in subtle ways, shaping our behavior and thoughts without us realizing it. Different places impact the mind in different ways, and Jung’s essay was written after his journey to North America, where he felt the land had had a strong effect on its European immigrants, even “indigenizing” them in an uncanny way. This was an intuition rather… 
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