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

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“To Thine Own Self Be True”; Finding Our Center in a Time of Transition

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Many of us are told that answers to our questions are to be found outside us. Whether they are parents, teachers or experts, we often seek someone other than ourselves to act as an authority. Yet, truth doesn’t exist outside ourselves and our quest encourages us to look within. In finding our purpose in life as a first step, we must pay more attention to what we enjoy and love doing. Learning to connect with our own creativity and claiming our own power is like remembering who we really are before we accept social and cultural expectations.

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Carl Jung: ...even the enlightened person remains what he is...

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Carl Jung Quotations 49

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Solitude vs Loneliness in the Second Half of Life

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None of us wants to be terribly lonely.  Yet, sometimes being on our own in solitude can be some of the most important times in our lives.  What actually makes the difference between loneliness and solitude?  
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None of us wants to be terribly lonely. Yet, sometimes being on our own in solitude can be some of the most important times in our lives. What actually makes the difference between loneliness and solitude?
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Carl Jung's Systema Munditotius - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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Art and science also belong to this spiritual realm, the first represented as a winged serpent and the second as a winged mouse (as hole-digging activity!).
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Art and science also belong to this spiritual realm, the first represented as a winged serpent and the second as a winged mouse (as hole-digging activity!).
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The Outsider's Guide to the Philosophy of Whitehead, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker

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. . . the mystery of ourselves is the particulate, finite and dissolving body and the intuition of the unseen wave like infinite spirit, the indwelling entelechy that creates the cohesion of the nexus of actual occasions that is the coordinated prehension of an organic system . . .4
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. . . the mystery of ourselves is the particulate, finite and dissolving body and the intuition of the unseen wave like infinite spirit, the indwelling entelechy that creates the cohesion of the nexus of actual occasions that is the coordinated prehension of an organic system . . .4
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Carl Jung Quotations 48

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It is quite impossible to conceive how "experience" in the widest sense, or, for that matter, anything psychic, could originate exclusively in the outside world. ~Carl Jung, CW 9i, Pages 101-102
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Carl Jung on “Ancestral” - Anthology

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If we became aware of the ancestral lives in us, we might disintegrate. An ancestor might take possession of us and ride us to death. ~Carl Jung, 1925 Seminar, Page 139
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Carl Jung: The organs are divided though close together, so there is the possibility of a conflict.

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Carl Jung: Astrologically the fish is deaf and dumb.

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Tyrannophobia – Amor Mundi – Medium

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The disgusting events in Charlottesville this weekend have the makings of an inflection point. The “Unite the Right” torch parade on Friday night and the planned but canceled rally in front of the…

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Keeping it in the family: why we pick the partners we do – Tamsin Saxton | Aeon Ideas

Keeping it in the family: why we pick the partners we do – Tamsin Saxton | Aeon Ideas | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The peacock’s dazzling tail feathers do not exist for them to carry out everyday activities such as eating or sleeping, but because their colourfulness is attractive to peahens: the more brilliant the feathers, the greater the chance the peacoc
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Ripples In Spacetime: From Einstein To LIGO And Beyond

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For a scientist, it’s hard to imagine anything more exciting than being the first to discover something new. A new behavior; a new law of nature; a new kind of energy; a new way of looking at the…
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Carl Jung: This allowed her to emerge from her schizophrenia.

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Carl Jung on "Answer to Job."

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The Greatest Civilisation Ever Forgotten? | History Today

The Greatest Civilisation Ever Forgotten? | History Today | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Perhaps the most famous statement about the Indus civilisation is the opening paragraph of an article in the Illustrated London News published in 1924 by John Marshall, director general of the Archaeological Survey of India: ‘Not often has it been given to archaeologists, as it was given to [Heinrich] Schliemann at Tiryns and Mycenae, or to [Aurel] Stein in the deserts of Turkestan, to light upon the remains of a long-forgotten civilisation. It looks, however, at this moment, as if we are on the threshold of such a discovery in the plains of the Indus.’ Subsequent Indus excavations certainly made an impression on the young Kenneth Clark. In Civilisation, Clark, while pondering the non-western beginnings of civilisation two-and-a-half millennia before the classical Greeks, observed in 1969: Three or four times in history man has made a leap forward that would have been unthinkable under ordinary evolutionary conditions. One such time was about the year 3000 BC, when quite suddenly civilisation appeared, not only in Egypt and Mesopotamia but also in the Indus Valley; another was in the sixth century BC, when there was not only the miracle of Ionia and Greece … but also in India a spiritual enlightenment that has perhaps never been equalled.
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Carl Jung on "Buddha" "Buddhism" - Anthology

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Nobody knows whether there is reincarnation, and equally one does not know that there is none.
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Nobody knows whether there is reincarnation, and equally one does not know that there is none.
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Introverts And Spirituality - In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database

Introverts And Spirituality - In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
by Gregg Prescott, M.S. Editor, In5D.com Why do introverts tend to be highly spiritual? Society dictates that we follow specific images projected by the main stream media, so why do introverts tend to rebel from these stereotypes? Introverts tend to look within for answers versus having the need for societal approval.  Often, extroverts will view …
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Archaeologists searching for 'chamber of secrets' in Khufu Pyramid: AFP - Egypt Independent

Archaeologists searching for 'chamber of secrets' in Khufu Pyramid: AFP - Egypt Independent | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Archaeologists claim they could be “very close” to locating a secret cavity located within the Great Pyramid of Giza, AFP reported earlier this month. A team of scientists have been working to identify the location of a hidden chamber buried within the ancient wonder of the world, adding that the existence of the space was first … Continued

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About Us – Mercurius Prize

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We are pleased to announce the creation of the Mercurius Prize for films that capture and express important elements of the spirit of Jungian psychology.
Jungian psychology has historically played a major cultural role in promoting the connection between psychology, creativity and the arts. Film, also known as “the seventh art,” has the unique feature of being able to unify stories, moving images, and music. In this respect, it has great potential for transmitting psychological knowledge, emotional sensitivity, and transformative messages to wide audiences and thus to expose a large segment of humanity to depth psychological values and perspectives.


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The question of karma is obscure to me... - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

The question of karma is obscure to me... - Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
"The question of karma is obscure to me, as is also the problem of personal rebirth or of the transmigration of souls. "With a free and open mind" I listen attentively to the Indian doctrine of rebirth, and look around in the world of my own experience to see whether somewhere and somehow there is…
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I do not know whether Karma creates the ego or the ego creates Karma. ~Carl Jung, Conversations with C.G. Jung, Page 43.
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Carl Jung: You have paid a salutary tribute to the earth with your illness.

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Bess Bolton: Memory of Toni Wolff

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How we learn to read another’s mind by looking into their eyes – Tobias Grossmann | Aeon Ideas

How we learn to read another’s mind by looking into their eyes – Tobias Grossmann | Aeon Ideas | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
All in all, the ability to read other minds develops early in human infancy, and is deeply influenced by cues from the eyes. The phenomenon requires no explicit, conceptual grasp of other minds, but rather relies on direct experience of others’ emotional and mental states. 
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All in all, the ability to read other minds develops early in human infancy, and is deeply influenced by cues from the eyes. The phenomenon requires no explicit, conceptual grasp of other minds, but rather relies on direct experience of others’ emotional and mental states.
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