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Dog Burials Found in Egypt: Photos - Discovery News

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Dog Burials Found in Egypt: Photos Discovery News "It seems as if he were put into the pot, hind limbs first, then adjusted and the rest of the body pushed in so that he was curled around," Salima Ikram, professor of Egyptology at The American...

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Dog Burials Found in Egypt: Photos - Discovery News
Allie Lau's curator insight, January 17, 2014 1:29 AM

I find it interesting that the Egyptians cared so much about their dogs that they had burials for them too

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Owning Our Shadow Self | The Creative Mind

Owning Our Shadow Self | The Creative Mind | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
When we cut away our shadows, what remains seems manufactured and superficial. You see, shadows add depth. Any decent artist will tell you that.

The dark side of some people is destructive or violent, but for most people the hidden or disowned parts of ourselves can help us lead a fulfilling and creative life...


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Eva Rider's curator insight, June 6, 3:07 PM
the three dimensionality of shadow and the "bright" shadow
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Carl Jung on the decline of traditional values in India and China.

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The Multicolored Diary: Folklore Thursday: 7 Things You Need to Know About Hungarian Fairies

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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, August 27, 4:51 PM

What do you need to know about Hungarian fairies and the folklore about them? Well, for starters, they have their very own queen, Tündér Ilona. Read on to learn more.

Eva Rider's curator insight, August 28, 4:51 PM

Fascinating find... I grew up on Hungarian fairy tales and the land of the Tunder fairies is a designation I was not aware of.How lovely!

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Carl Jung's reply when A woman asks Dr. Jung why her child was born an imbecile.

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Carl Jung on Ethics

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Skip_Conover's curator insight, August 25, 1:33 PM

Make me wonder about the Shadow in our new generation of television shows, like "Blunt Talk" with Sir Patrick Stewart, and "Mr. Robot."  

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Carl Jung: “A complete life, unconditionally lived, is the work of the Holy Spirit.”

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In Search of Soul Purpose

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The concept of Soul Purpose can be of help in understanding that inexplicable aching, that deep impetus that can sweep many of us up in a kind of rapture that we have no words for, when we feel most alive and yet not quite content, not at home.

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Soul's Purpose and the Daimon

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Soul Spelunker » A Time of Transformation

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Has the epoch of soul already begun? Has the so-called Age of Aquarius commenced? Are we living in an era sort of like the idea of messianic secrecy where, what Scott Preston calls The Planetary Era, has already come into existence, but the fact is still hidden from the consciousness of the masses? Since the beginning of The Great War in 1914, events pointing to the birth of a new age have accelerated quickly. Since that time, we have seen the dreams of Modern Era (Age of Enlightenment) thinkers annihilated. No longer do we assert that extreme rationality and scientific progress can solve all of our problems. This view involved a linear idea of progress, where “advances in technology, science, and social organization can produce an improvement in the human condition” (The Idea of Progress, Wikipedia). We now know this to be false. It was a case of anthropocentric naivete, or just downright narcissism. The fact that we are now aware of our erroneous thinking leads us to conclude that, first, we are presumably more aware of the human condition, and second, due to this expanded awareness, a different era of collective consciousness has been inaugurated.

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Soul Spelunker » The New Consciousness

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The new consciousness that is emerging is, first of all, not a phenomenon we should view as yet another rung on what Saint John Climacus called the scala paradisi, or “ladder of divine ascent.” Western man is obsessed with climbing higher and higher, as in “climbing the corporate ladder, or “making it to the top.” In spiritual matters, the general consensus is that one draws closer to God if one ascends into the heavens. Why the preoccupation with an upward path? Why is heaven up and hell down? It is because we still view reality is terms of space, whether it is two-dimensional or three-dimensional. The West has been consumed with space since the advent of what Gebser calls the mental-rational mode of consciousness. One of the milestones of this obsession was when a human stepped out onto the lunar surface in 1969. The new consciousness will supersede spatial considerations. Three-dimensionality will be transcended to include the fourth dimension of time.

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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 22, 2:15 AM

We are caught in a wave together...the maelstrom of a new consciousness.

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Carl Jung: “Mythology as a vital psychic phenomenon is as necessary as it is unavoidable.”

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Anticipated Paranormal Romance is Re-released on Friday 13th

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ETERNAL TRACES is back on Friday 13th with a sexy makeover. This sweeping, action-packed IR paranormal romance is now available on Amazon Kindle and paperback.

 

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Shonda Brock's curator insight, June 13, 2014 10:24 AM

The sequel, ETERNAL BURNS, is scheduled for publishing in July,
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The sequel, ETERNAL BURNS, is scheduled for publishing in July,
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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The goal of psychological, as of biological, development is self-realization or individuation.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The goal of psychological, as of biological, development is self-realization or individuation. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it

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we are individuals... and there the Amazing fantasy begins!!

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10 Reasons Why People that Spend Time Alone Are More Successful

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Spending time alone and knowing your inner self can make you a more successful person in the long-run.

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and how i love it.. to be alone!! :D

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Should Teachers Use Twitter? This Flowchart Says Probably

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Should Teachers Use Twitter? This Flowchart Says Probably

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Lana from Gaza Artist's Gallery

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Amazing!

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8 Habits of Curious People

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We are born curious, but when answers are valued more than questions, we forget how to ask. Here's how to relearn an old habit.

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Soul Spelunker » Origin and Beginning

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I first became aware of the importance of the distinction while reading articles by Scott Preston at The Chrysalis. At least as long as I’ve been studying philosophy, I’ve understood the idea that time is simply a framework created by our minds to order our empirical experience. Time, as we normally understand it, is an illusion. Many are confused concerning a beginning as a moment in linear time, and the idea of origin. Most think they are synonymous, but they are definitely not. As Gebser says, “origin is ever-present.” It is not “linked with time.” A beginning is, on the other hand, linked with linear time. For example Isaac Newton entered this earthly life on January 4, 1643 at 1:38 AM. This was the moment Newton began his sojourn on Earth. This moment was not Newton’s origin, it was merely the beginning of his earthly life. Similarly, what scientists call the Big Bang is not the origin, but the beginning of this universe. They can attach an age to this event, which is about fourteen billion years ago. They cannot attach an age to the origin.

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Anima Rising

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“I’ve got a head full of quandary And a mighty, mighty thirst” Joni Mitchell “We think we can congratulate ourselves on having already reached such a pinnacle of clarity, imagining that we have left all these phantasmal gods far behind.

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Soul Spelunker » Time and the Soul

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The images we have of history come to us from many sources and experiences, past, present, and future. We usually think of history as occurring in the past, but, like soul, history is timeless. In reality, we live in the moment, in soul, as well as in history. The word, “history,” contains within itself, the word, “story.” It is also related etymologically to the idea of story, from the Greek word, historia. Just as the soul is an ongoing tale being told, so also is history a story that is being recorded continuously, eternally. In all actuality, what we normally think of as time is a product of our conscious awareness, which is presently mired in deficient mental-rational consciousness, according to Gebser’s terminology. When humanity makes the jump to integral awareness, we will experience timelessness. We get glimpses of it occasionally now. Then, however, it will be our normal, everyday experience. Our future history will roll like a wheel. It will be timeless, imaginative, and soulful. And we will not speak in terms of now and then, for all will be now.

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Soul Spelunker » The New Consciousness

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The new consciousness that is emerging is, first of all, not a phenomenon we should view as yet another rung on what Saint John Climacus called the scala paradisi, or “ladder of divine ascent.” Western man is obsessed with climbing higher and higher, as in “climbing the corporate ladder, or “making it to the top.” In spiritual matters, the general consensus is that one draws closer to God if one ascends into the heavens. Why the preoccupation with an upward path? Why is heaven up and hell down? It is because we still view reality is terms of space, whether it is two-dimensional or three-dimensional. The West has been consumed with space since the advent of what Gebser calls the mental-rational mode of consciousness. One of the milestones of this obsession was when a human stepped out onto the lunar surface in 1969. The new consciousness will supersede spatial considerations. Three-dimensionality will be transcended to include the fourth dimension of time.

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We are caught in a wave together...the maelstrom of a new consciousness.

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Carl Jung: "Even the saints cast a Shadow."

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: [T]here is in the unconscious an archetype of wholeness that manifests itself spontaneously in dreams...

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fassinating issue,,: the Unconsciousness!!

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Eva Rider's curator insight, June 13, 2014 2:49 PM

Wholeness then, arises from a synthesis and transformation of the opposites. Metaphor, symbol and image constitute the bridge.