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Robert Christiansen

Motive For Life offers a whole new way of being, one that is defined by your intentions. You can live in a world of intentional life experiences. Through the Power of Worthiness and dedicated routines of language conditioning, you can change your experience from a life of random and unpredictable events to intentional success. 

There Are No Mistakes

You are getting exactly what you think about - whether you want it or not.  The game is to control your thinking so you can get what you REALLY want!  Through Motive For Life's unique process of linking worthiness, language conditioning, and action, you will take control of your life in a whole new way.


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May 19, 2019

Dylan Hoffman, Adjunct Faculty of Jung Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA joins Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt in a great interview about Jungian theories and how they give us guidance in our lives.   

"Nothing is random or meaningless in Jung's world." - Dylan Hoffman.

Dylan is adjunct faculty in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies (DJA) specialization of the Depth Psychology M.A./ Ph.D. program. He studied philosophy as an undergraduate, furthering his liberal arts education at Georgetown University. He completed a masters degree in psychology at Adelphi University, and graduated in 2016 from the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Ph.D. program at Pacifica Graduate Institute—successfully defending his dissertation, Jung and Plotinus: The Shadow of Metaphysics, the Metaphysics of Shadow. His research interests focus on the philosophical foundations of the work of C. G. Jung; the intersection of Jungian Psychology, Tantra, and other Indian philosophies and spiritual traditions; and the extension/furthering of C. G. Jung’s work in Transpersonal Psychology and Cosmology. He has published, “Becoming Beautiful: The Aesthetics of Individuation” in Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought. He currently teaches DJA800—Archetypes: Universal Patterns of the Psyche.