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The Anima and Animus Explained

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Most straight men don't know what they want in a woman. Most straight women don't know what kind of a man they want.

ANIMA: The inner feminine in men. ANIMUS: The inner masculine in women. Carl Jung warned that most people are unconscious of these two inner forces. Because we don't think about them, we are ruled by them. To make the anima or animus more conscious, you need to develop a more clear understanding of what is masculine, and what is feminine, what you find attractive, and what your ideal man or woman looks like. #anima#animus I am known for my videos on personality psychology. I promote personal growth, self-acceptance, and flow. I want people to live more meaningful lives. I want to help people find their passion. I do not practice a specific system of typology. I understand all perspectives and focus on teaching you what works. I believe in an ethical approach to personality psychology. The goal is to help you understand yourself and to promote mental health and well being. 16 Personalities, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, The Enneagram, Personality Types, Personal Growth, Mental Health, INFP Personality Type Videos.

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