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Returning Soul to Astrology

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I would contend that soul's absence denotes a loss of depth, meaning, and attachment. In a society driven by disposable consumerism, we have lost a deep understanding of lack, of doing without, of making do, of abstinence, celibacy, solitude, restraint, and limitation. Americans tend toward expansive, growth-oriented, manic, Jupiterian lifestyles and leave no place for Saturnine melancholia. In an effort to increase the levity and leisure in our lives, we have neglected the gravity of existence. We move restlessly about, disposing of dwellings, vehicles, relationships, possessions; changing our beliefs, families, and lifestyles as easily as changing undergarments; and pursuing the fantasy of growth and progress.

 

We are by no means materialists as some would clamor, but rather we are spiritists who have little or no appreciation for the material world, while believing in the abstraction or idea of things with no attachment to the things themselves. We live in counterfeit and artifice... (click title for more)


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A refreshing look at  meaning of gravity and materialism. The qualities of Saturn that help us to steer through limitation and obstacles. When the road narrows, the path reveals itself as the only one. This is of evident in our process of aging, revealing Saturn's profound role as teacher. As we shed what is uneccessary in our lives, we discover the true gold on the other side of Saturn.

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Carl Jung: As Freud says, dream-analysis is the via regia to the unconscious.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: There is a terrible spiritual famine in our world,

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Carl Jung: We are the object of the dream, not its maker.

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Carl Jung on “What is the myth you are living?”

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It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

Emerging trends in psychotherapy are now beginning to point beyond the traumas of the individual to include traumatic events in the family and social history as a part of the whole picture. Tragedies varying in type and intensity—such as abandonment, suicide and war, or the early death of a child, parent, or sibling—can send shock waves of distress cascading from one generation to the next.


Recent developments in the fields of cellular biology, neurobiology, epigenetics, and developmental psychology underscore the importance of exploring at least three generations of family history in order to understand the mechanism behind patterns of trauma and suffering that repeat.


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Carl Jung: That is like the magic use of the sacred symbols.

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Gender and Soul Wound.

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The psychopathology that attends the loss of the Great Mother seems to be different for boys and girls. I will tease these differences out by comparing two fairytales, the ‘Wild Swans’ …

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These two fairy tales so closely reflect the mythology of the dream journey and its perils, pitfalls, and miracles.

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Dancing in the Flames | Documentary - Marion Woodman

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Documentary on Dancing in the Flames is a brilliant and intimate documentary into the life of Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman.


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Dancing in the Flames is a brilliant and intimate documentary into the life of Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman, who is known for her ground breaking work as a teacher and author on feminine psychology and addiction. We are taken into a metaphoric representation of the unconscious imagery that Marion discusses so passionately and, in doing so, are invited to examine our own lives. Brilliant mystic and author Andrew Harvey interviews Marion as she explains the mysteries of her soul’s journey and reveals a series of psychological ‘deaths’ and ‘rebirths’ that have formed the consciousness into which she has evolved. The film presents a philosophy of dynamic opposites, the bridging of seeming contradictions. Life and death, love and grief, courage and submission are not at loggerheads for her—they’re part of a harmonious whole. By embracing these opposites we come into the totality of human experience.

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Posting again...a beautiful documentary on the life of Marion Woodman directed by Adam Reid. Interviewed by Andrew Harvey and added bonus interviews with the late great Ross Woodman.

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How Dreams Helped Human Spirituality And Religion Evolve

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A scientist and theologian finds that vivid, memorable “big dreams” are universally human.

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Laura M. Smith's curator insight, March 22, 11:19 PM
"Dreaming in some ways is what helps humans be humans, in terms of being creative, flexible, adaptive problem-solvers." www.archetypaldreamworks.com
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Carl Jung: The experience of Tao can happen at any time.

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The Fool's Journey Archetypal Patterns in Tarot on the Road to Individuation with Eva Rider M.A.

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Carl Jung: The fact is that if one tries beyond one’s capacity to be perfect, the shadow descends into hell and becomes the devil.

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The Fool's Journey Archetypal Patterns in Tarot on the Road to Individuation with Eva Rider M.A.

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Carl Jung on “Longing” Anthology

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If you prove receptive to this "call of the wild," the longing for fulfilment will quicken the sterile wilderness of your soul as rain quickens the dry earth. ~Carl Jung, CW 14, Para 190.
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How Dreams Can Enhance Your Creative Abilities

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Dreams can bring new creative ideas into one's conscious awareness and working with dreams as part one's daily mindfulness practice also expands one's thinking to allow greater creativity overall. This story tells of one specific dream experienc

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Looking for creative inspiration? Look no further than last night's dream... www.archetypaldreamworks.com
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Carl Jung: Man “possesses” many things which he has never acquired but has inherited from his ancestors.

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Heart - Stairway to Heaven (Live at Kennedy Center Honors) [FULL VERSION]

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Carl Jung: Individuation is not an intensification of consciousness, it is very much more.

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Carl Jung: Alchemy, with its wealth of symbols, gives us an insight into an endeavour of the human mind...

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Scientists Discover People Who Are Awake Can Influence Dreams Of Sleeping People Using Telepathy

Scientists Discover People Who Are Awake Can Influence Dreams Of Sleeping People Using Telepathy | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Dream telepathy suggests that human beings have the ability to communicate telepathically with another person while they are dreaming. This isn’t a new concept, scientific interest in telepathy dates back to the fathers of the psychoanalytic movement. Freud, for example, looked at the implications of telepathy on psychoanalytic thought. He also considered dream telepathy, or the telepathic […]

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“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla

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"Trauma, Death, and the Archetype of Hope" by Paul DeBlassie III

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The experience, during intense crisis or trauma, of the soul leaving the body, observing from above the tragedy or horror, is not uncommon, especially when associated with what psychoanalytic trauma theorists have termed disintegration anxiety (cf. Kohut, 1977).

 

Often experienced as a type of psychic dying and death, so terrifying is this disintegration anxiety that Kohut (1984) noted, “The attempt to describe disintegration anxiety is the attempt to describe the indescribable” (p. 16). Such disintegration and soul loss can be experienced as a death of facets of self if trauma is of sufficient duration and intensity. Despair and emptiness often accompany such dissociative soul loss. Overwhelming perceptions that the mind is not and never will be well come into sharp focus.

 

In the presence of unbearable psychic anxiety caused by childhood trauma....(CLICK the TITLE to read the full article)


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Disintegration Trauma - named and examined - What is it and how does it manifest?

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Once the trauma defense is organized, all relations with the outer world are ‘screened’ by the self-care system. What was intended to be a defense against further trauma becomes a major resistance to all unguarded spontaneous expression of self in the world. The person survives but cannot live creatively. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/trauma-death-and-the-archetype-of-hope-by-paul-deblassie-iii/#sthash.JwFUye6u.dpuf
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Carl Jung on “Yourself” – Anthology

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Carl Jung: Anything experienced outside of the body has the quality of being without body;...

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Creative Minds in Dialogue: the Relationship between C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann - Pacifica Graduate Institute

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Celebrating 40 years of excellence. An innovative, employee-owned graduate school offering masters and doctoral programs in the fields of psychology and the humanities.

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Creative Minds in Dialogue: the Relationship between C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann Symposium will feature internationally acclaimed speakers, including Riccardo Bernardini, Lionel Corbett, Nancy Furlotti, Ann Lammers, Lance Owens, Rina Porat, Susan Rowland, Erel Shalit, Evan Lansing Smith, Murray Stein and Steve Zemmelman. 

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Fear of Women Without Guilt

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We are in the midst of a transition. The old patriarchal world, which I call analog, is a world in which Newton mechanics have prevailed, through the invention of fire, and the first and second industrial revolutions. In this old world, nations were constructed within the framework of social orders that were subjugated by religions and diverse ideologies.
Except for the matriarchal order, which is buried in the depths of history, all the old world orders have one common factor: men, who compose half of the world’s population, do not share power with women, who make up the other half of the world. Women have been governed through being silenced, oppressed and forced into passivity. This treatment, in spite of some exceptions, has never changed. I wonder why it is so.

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