Analytical psychology is an approach to study the human mind. A human mind is always a fascinating thing to study; it has aroused interest for many scientists. One such scientist who was interested in studying the human mind and who coined the Analytical psychology is Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. His study has some similarities with Freudian psychoanalysis. The aim of this study is to better understand how the human mind works. The study tries to understand how a human mind relates with the subconscious mind.
The study believes that, the dream shows the ideas, hopes, and feelings of an individual which they are not really aware. Analytical psychology basically involves an in depth analysis of human’s thoughts and personalities. The theory believes that man’s actions can be clearly explained by the subconscious motivation.
Some of the archetypes that Jung believed to be important in people's lives include:
Basically in the study Jung found two main attitudes of people, the attitude include
Jung coined the term Analytical Psychology, to better describe his approach, which is not only a way to develop the personality traits through the individuation process but also a process of healing.