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Book Review: Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung

“To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed; and suddenly we realize how uncommonly difficult the discovery of individuality is” 1 - C.G. Jung Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung provides an introduction to Jung's in an easy-to-understand format. “Jungian psychology is something that we do,”…

Interview with Dennis Slattery: Exploring Your Personal Myth

While much is said about the soul’s wisdom and capacity for creativity, it is important to remember that “archetypes always have a shadow,” Dennis Slattery said. As a teacher and a mythologist, he’s seen how vital it is to be aware that the soul also has the capacity for foolishness…

Interview with Michael Meade: Connecting with the Inner Truth of the Soul in Troubling Times

“If you’re in touch with your soul, you’re worth as much as the world—that was the old idea. The individual soul is in touch with the soul of the world. So, no change at the individual level of the soul, no change at the level of the world.” – Michael…

Diane Hamilton on the Creative Play of Opposites

Diane Musho Hamilton is a gifted mediator, facilitator, and teacher of Zen and Integral Spirituality. In her late 20s and early 30s, she trained to become a professional mediator. "My professional life was really structured around working with people in conflict. Whenever you are working conflicts, you’re encounter sets of…

A Jungian Perspective on Death

Ironic, but one of the most intimate acts of our body is death. So beautiful appeared my death—knowing who then I would kiss, I died a thousand times before I died. “Die before you die,” said the Prophet Muhammad. Have wings that feared ever touched the Sun? I was born…

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