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Light in the Darkness

Light in the darkness Light in the Darkness 1: Reading of this post.

The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness— on them light has shined.

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Ignatian Spirituality


Carl Jung is arguably one of my favorite old dead white men that explored the realm of the unconscious mind. One of his major contributions was his work on identifying the process of Individuation which is simply the gradual process of making what is unconscious conscious. 297 fler ord

Self Help

The Numen Matrix and the Philosophers Stone.

Etymological and Mythological Background

Numen is a Latin word meaning divine power or divine nod. The purpose of this book is to put this divine power or “unity with the will of god” in the hands of anyone who is willing to give this short tract a full consideration. 5 281 fler ord

A Good Poem Can't Lie

The Sun Magazine brings us a splendid interview of Jungian poet James Applewhite, entitled Returning To Beauty.

Here’s an excerpt:

A good poem can’t lie.

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Rethinking Jungian Depth Psychology

To rethink Carl Jung, which is something that’s both (somewhat) unnecessary, yet, very necessary is hard to explain.

Connection from Plato to Carl Jung is incredibly easy, he’s also very open himself with how they piece together. 1 395 fler ord


Counselling: Beginning

“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – Plato