While the debate rages in some circles on whether or not Neuroscience has a place in Jungian thought, it seems almost non-existent in others--mainly, I think, because many of us (myself included) are perhaps just a little too willing to dismiss it because it seeks to explain away what we consider soulful. However, in depth psychology, everything belongs--and it behooves us to explore the shadowy parts that threaten us in some way. What do you really feel, after all, if your concept of "soul" is threatened or explained away? Why might it trigger a complex for you?
Here's an interesting article I just came across on the topic:
|Neuroscience and Jung’s Model of the Psyche: A Close Fit|
I'm curious to know what others think....