"The transcendent function is the core of Carl
Jung's theory of psychological growth and the
heart of what he called "individuation," the
process by which one is guided in a theological
way toward the person he or she is meant to be."
"Jung's theory of individuation - that a person
is pulled forward in a purposeful way by the
psyche, was a central departure from the
theories of Sigmund Freud, whose drive theory
posited that a persons life was largely determined
by the push of early events and traumas."
Jeffrey C. Miller
“Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story.” Homer,