Animating spirit; intention; temper.
Jung's term for the archetype of masculinity within the psyche of every woman. Jung equates this with the soul.
The masculine, projection producing archetype found in every woman.
The buried masculine elements in a woman's psyche
Latin for mind. Jung's term for the unconscious masculine aspect of a woman.
(Jungian) the unconscious masculine side of a woman that manifests typically in dreams and fantasies as an idyllic man, or can manifest in a woman's irrational thinking. Related Web Articals: Dismantling The Animus by Lyn Cowan http://www.cgjungpage.org/articles/dismantlanimus.html Jung and Gender Masculine and Feminine Revisited by Gary S. Toub, Ph.D. http://www.cgjungpage.org/articles/gtgender.html
The female part of the psyche.
(Latin, "spirit"). The unconscious, masculine side of a woman's personality. He personifies the logos principle. Identification with the animus can cause a woman to become rigid, opinionated, and argumentative. More positively, he is the inner man who acts as a bridge between the woman's ego and her own creative resources in the unconscious.
the personification of the masculine aspect of a woman's unconscious
Latin, masc., "soul." The unconscious, masculine side of a woman's personality. He is the Logos, spirit principle in women, personified in dreams by images ranging from muscle-men to poets to spiritual leaders. When identified with the animus a woman becomes argumentative and rigidly opinionated. Projection of the animus leads to a woman's falling in love. A woman's animus development is reflected in how she relates to men.
Jung's term for the "archetype" in the "psyche" of all women that represents the male aspect of their "personality". (See "anima".)
Personification of the masculine nature in the unconscious of a woman. The animus is often recognized in projection onto spiritual authorities; in this way, a woman's inner image of masculinity finds expression