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Finding Your Spiritual Self At The Edge Of Crater Lake

Carl Jung wrote that "to be "normal" is the ideal aim for the unsuccessful."  Normalcy, in other words, is to live a life of mediocrity. He was further of the belief that such averageness could render the distinctive yearning for personal wholeness dormant. Many individuals seeking spiritual wholeness turn to traveling as…

The Goddess Notes III: Artemis (Diana), Goddess Of The Wild Things

Self-Portrait as Artemis It wasn’t long before I rose into the silk of my night-robes and swilled the stars and the beetles back into sweetness—even my fingernails carry my likeness, and I smudge the marrow of myself into light. I whisper street- car, ardor, midnight into the ears of the…

Carl Jung and Having a Spiritual Awakening

For the modern individual, life is complex, and many people are not finding enough time to nurture their mental wellbeing. Embracing your spiritual side is an important part of this. In a survey, 37% of Americans described themselves as being “spiritual, but not religious.” How did Carl Jung feel that awakening human…

Carl Jung and the Journey Through Life

We are living in an ageing population, with the “baby boom” generation now entering their elderly years. The census has estimated that by 2050, the number of seniors will have risen to 80 million. That equates to 1 in every 5 American Citizens being elderly. We will all become part of…

Goddess Notes II – Creating with Silk and Song: Learning from the power of Spider Woman

“In the beginning, there was the dark purple light at the dawn of being. Spider Woman spun a line to form the east, west, north, and south. Breath entered man at the time of the yellow light. At the time of the red light, man proudly faced his creator. Spider…

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