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The Goddess Notes: Blog Series Introduction

“We are volcanoes. When women offer our experience as our truth, as human truth, all the maps change. There are new mountains.” - Ursula Le Guin Inanna (Ishtar) This is the first in a series of posts honoring Goddess myths. Of course, it’s inspired in part by the rising assertion…

Choosing Truth and Goodness: A Jungian Perspective

Freedom and reason make us men. Take these away, what are we then? Mere animals, and just as well the beasts may think of heav'n or hell. May we no more our pow'rs abuse, But ways of truth and goodness choose. (“Know This, That Ev'ry Soul Is Free,” LDS Hymns)…

Forest Seeds, End of Year Contemplation

“You know that the seed is inside the horse-chestnut tree; and inside the seed there are the blossoms of the tree, and the      chestnuts, and the shade. So inside the human body there is the seed, and inside the seed      there is the human body again.” ~ Kabir  (1440-1518) The…

What Jungian Questions Could You Ask a Psychic?

Many more people seek the help of psychics than we realize and the reasons are manifold. Some may be at a crossroads in their life, while others may need help with an impending decision, or have recently lost a loved one. Carl Jung himself attended seances many times in his lifetime. In…

Restructuring Family Myths: Remembering Dr. Salvador Minuchin

“My mother was a braid of black smoke. She bore me swaddled over the burning cities. The sky was a vast and windy place for a child to play. We met many others who were just like us. They were trying to put on their overcoats with arms made of…

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