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Jung, Introversion, and Self-Acceptance

“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” –  C. G. Jung While Carl Jung was mentioned briefly in my undergraduate psychology courses, my first real contact with Jung’s theories came many years after that. In…

New Name

There is nothing so desirable As to inhabit what is Real The search, it finds me, Moves me and breathes me. We can never really know The actual truth of another, In dark corners of our fears… But for the innocence of our brother. And yet all I have seen,…

Goddess Notes I: Enter Kali, Hindu Mother of Creation and Destruction

“Kali’s boon is freedom, the freedom of the child to revel in the moment, and is won only after confrontation or acceptance of death.” - David Kinsley “Kali is the greatest friend you could have because she is dark enough to absorb darkness…the unknowns, the evil, this goddess can contain…

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)…

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