The Daily Telegraph Releases Stories of Global Unease; Experts at the Asheville Jung Center Discuss Why People are Showing These Reactions

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Reports of desperation are starting to rise as the days go by. The Asheville Jung Center analyzes the Mayan Culture and the reasons why so many fear the possibility of doomsday approaching.

Doomsday Preparations
Murray Stein Ph.D. of the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich does not believe that we should be preparing for an end to the world

Several reports are surfacing on the United Kingdom's Daily Telegraph from around the world revealing panicked people preparing for what they believe to be the end of the world. Some citizens in Russia, France, China, and the US have already taken extreme measures to get ready for a doomsday scenario. Ron Hubbard, an American business owner who makes state-of-the-art underground survival bunkers, has seen his business expand exponentially. He has seen his sales go from one a month to about one a day in the recent months. Ron Hubbard does not believe doomsday is coming but he was quoted as saying, “I'm going underground on the 19th and coming out on the 23rd. It's just in case anybody's right." He isn’t taking any chances. In Shanghai, the police needed to announce a public warning about 12/21/12. "The end of the world is a rumour," the police said, in an internet post. "Do not believe it and do not be swindled." Murray Stein Ph.D. of the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich does not believe that we should be preparing for an end to the world. In a recent seminar by the Asheville Jung Center Stein was quoted as saying, “There are changes, many changes on the surface going on in history all the time. And then there are periods when there are massive changes of distribution of wealth, of distribution of power mixing together or collisions of religion and culture, and we're in the midst of one of those right now so we want to try to get a handle on that, and get perspective on and try to understand a bit of what's going on around us and inside of us because none of us is exempt.”

The Asheville Jung Center along with innerQuest Psychiatry have offered critical insights that may help quell the panic about the Mayan prophecy due to be fulfilled December 21, 2012. “The End of the World” conference held on November 28, 2012 featured experts in the field of the culture of the Maya along whose additional expertise in Jungian psychoanalysis uniquely prepares them to guide us through the complex and potentially disruptive times ahead. The full conference can be purchased online at this LINK at a special discount for a limited time.

The panic and fear spreading across the globe is part of the transition from one Aeon of humanity to another. According to Nancy Furlotti, a Jungian Analyst practicing in New York, “We are the people of the maize” representing the fourth great cycle humanity has passed through. The Mayan Calendar is an intricate set of cycles within cycles in which the longest cycle lasting more than 5000 years reaches an end this month. Be not afraid! The end of one cycle is always the beginning of another. While others scurry in fear, there are some who are encouraging humanity to prepare for the transformation into the fifth great cycle.

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