Tag Archives: C.G. Jung

Zeitgeist, Autumn 2016

Whoever the “rapist of Persephone,” whether it be Cephisus or Dionysus–and the Eleusinian Mysteries were carried out near the river Kephisos, indicating a link between the two gods–the disordering attack must be reexperienced and lived through, else the redemption of … Continue reading

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Zeitgeist, Summer 2016

The risk of inner experience, the adventure of the spirit, is in any case alien to most human beings. ~Carl Jung; Memories, Dreams and Reflections

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Another Vector of Contemporary Cultural Intrapsychic Polarization

Just the other day, I seem to have taken a photograph in our garden of a UFO no bigger than a marble. So if Hillary Clinton is running for president, why is she talking about UFOs? Part of the answer … Continue reading

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Typological Shifting

I recently did a short version free MBTI. It showed by Feeling function slipping into Thinking by 1%. In addition, my Extroversion was barely captured–so it would seem. However, I am an extroverted feeling type. The tendency to separate the opposites … Continue reading

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The Strong Voice

Anne Baring The Dream of the Cosmos: online | Amazon The Real Challenge of Our Times: The Need for a New Worldview Neither do men put new wine into old bottles; else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, … Continue reading

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Inner Situation

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