"Jungian" to me sounds like a cross between "Nazi" and "scientologist." Much has been written about the flaws and depredations of Sigmund Freud, and he certainly deserved his share of criticism. But Jung, who fell away from Freud not over honest intellectual differences but over who was going to be the center of attention (and Jung's anti-Semitism), was an overweening narcissist with a God complex who created a thoroughly empirically-unfounded cosmology about supernatural archetypes, wedded to his own ideas about racial superiority that made him and the contemporaneous regime in Berlin mutually sympathetic, and suffused, like L. Ron Hubbard's self-serving malarkey some time later, with pseudo-esoteric crapola meant to differentiate the initiated from the uninitiated. Please don't cite Jung in your horoscopes. I tend to think of horoscopes as mostly harmless superstitions to be read for entertainment, but when the astrologer starts to cite people like Jung I'm ready to dispense with the qualifier (with apologies to late/lamented Douglas Adams of "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" fame) "mostly harmless" and substitute "perniciously, insidiously wrong."