psyches

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Definition of psyches in English Turkish dictionary

Psyche
{i} ruh

Gerçeklik ve gerçek dışılık, kişinin ruhu için önemlidir. - Reality and irreality are both important for one's psyche.

Psyche
{i} akıl
psyche
psych sez
psyche
(Tıp) psişizm
psyche
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sayk
psyche
(Tıp) psişe
psyche
boy aynası
psyche
tin
psyche
insan ruhu
psyche
insan aklı
psyche
i., ruhb. ruh
English - English
plural of psyche
Psyche
name of a girl loved by Cupid (or Eros)
Psyche
In late Greek art and literature, a goddess who is the personification of the soul; she is primarily known for her role in the story of Cupid and Psyche, best attested in Apuleius' novel The Golden Ass
Psyche
Psychidae, or Bagworms, a family of Lepidoptera
Psyche
A code name for Red Hat Linux 8.0
psyche
To put (someone) into a required psychological frame of mind
psyche
To intimidate (someone) emotionally using psychology
psyche
To treat (someone) using psychoanalysis
psyche
The human mind as the central force in thought, emotion, and behavior of an individual
Psyche
{i} (Greek Mythology) princess bride of the god Eros; name of a Canadian Gothic music band
Psyche
In psychology and related fields, the psyche is the entirety of the non-physical aspects of a person
Psyche
In late Greek art and literature, a goddess who is the personification of the soul; she is primarily known for her role in the story of Cupid and Psyche, best attested in Apuleius novel The Golden Ass
Psyche
A Gothic band
Psyche
16 Psyche, an asteroid
Psyche
An album by British band Ant and Dec
psyche
Used abruptly after a sentence to indicate that the speaker is only joking
psyche
The bridge between ego and soul The mirror in which impulses coming from the soul (or Permanent Witness) and the experiences and memories of the ego meet The psyche can only be purified when the antahkarana has been activated correctly
psyche
The human soul, mind, or spirit
psyche
the immaterial part of a person; the actuating cause of an individual life
psyche
a spiritual/imaginal/somatic spectrum; a system that can't be studied by dividing into parts like instincts and drives It is also autonomous and not reducible to simpler systems A psychic fact only makes sense when we see its position in the whole that influences it
psyche
A cheval glass
psyche
The anticipate correctly the intentions or actions of
psyche
In psychology, your psyche is your mind and your deepest feelings and attitudes. His exploration of the myth brings insight into the American psyche. Variant of psych. someone's mind, or their deepest feelings, which control their attitudes and behaviour. In Greek and Roman mythology, a beautiful princess who won Cupid's love. Her beauty was such that worshipers began to turn away from Venus, and the envious goddess commanded her son Cupid to make Psyche fall in love with the most despicable of men. But Cupid himself fell in love with Psyche and hid her in a remote place, where he visited her secretly under cover of darkness. One night she lit a lamp and discovered her lover's identity. He left angrily, and Psyche wandered the earth searching for him and was captured by Venus. After Cupid rescued Psyche, Jupiter made her immortal and gave her in marriage to Cupid
psyche
The soul; the vital principle; the mind
psyche
STC, Note to Psyche: Psyche means both Butterfly and Soul
psyche
soul; self; mind
psyche
{i} mind of a person; soul, spirit
psyche
(Greek mythology) a beautiful princess loved by Cupid who visited her at night and told her she must not try to see him; became the personification of the soul
psyche
that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
psyche
psychology
psyche
She is regarded as the personification of the soul
psyche
(sy-ki) -- from Greek for breath, hence soul, spirit, mind, especially as distinguished from the body Psyche was personified by the "ancient" Greeks as a Goddess, beloved of Eros (in Latin, Cupid)
psyche
A lovely maiden, daughter of a king and mistress of Eros, or Cupid
psyche
The Soul or the Mind The principle of animation From Greek psychein to breathe, blow James Hillman defines soul as a "perspective rather than a substance; a viewpoint toward things rather than the thing itself" "an inner place or deeper person or ongoing presence -- that is simply there even when all our subjectivity, ego, and consciousness go into eclipse " And, "that unknown component which makes meaning possible " The specific sense in psychology of the mind as the center of thought, emotions, and behavior, is first recorded in 1910, in C G Jung's writings See anima
psyche
(A beautiful woman of ancient mythology loved by Cupid) Greek for "soul" or the "mind" (Instructor's note: In modern psychology, the psyche is taken to be an aggregate of the constituent parts that make up our "selves": a more complex mental organism than was envisioned by the Greeks)
psyche
{f} understand the mind of a person (Slang)
psyches
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