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Why the world went wild for King Tut - Telegraph

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The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 sparked a global frenzy for ancient Egypt – and not just for archaeological reasons, says Alastair Sooke


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Carl Jung: “I know from my practice what it takes to drive even the simplest, most obvious truth into people.”

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sphinx and her Riddle”.-

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sphinx and her Riddle”:
“Oedipus and the Sphinx” by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1808).

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The origins of the ancient Coptic Church of Egypt - Ancient Origins

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The Coptic Church of Egypt is the earliest Christian church in the world, going back to around 42 AD.

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Carl Jung on the Process of interpreting Children’s Dreams.

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Carl Jung on Old People, Death, Soul.

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There i am! :D

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The Edge of the Universe

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“Western reality has no prerogative or supremacy over other brands. It may be the present operating system for modernity on Earth, but its roots are no more rooted, its arising no more fundamental or absolute.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung's Letter to Father Victor White

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Carl Jung on “Recurring Dreams” and “Retrogressive Birth."

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Yes, we have to conclude that there is an inner constellation that did not change over the years. 

When a dream recurs so frequently, I usually refrain from searching for the specific motives.  love it!

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10 Most Popular FREE Paranormal Romance Books

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Looking for some paranormal romance to curl up with on a chilly November night? Here's a list of the 10 Most Popular Free Paranormal Romance Books on Kindle right now.

 


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Once you've read your fill of paranormal romance, please leave your recommendations for other readers in the comments section below!

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Carl Jung on Mary Mellon's dream of the "Two Jungs."

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Why in hell is Man unable to grow up? 

The Lord of this world is surely the Devil. 

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Carl Jung on Nietzsche, Zarathustra and the “Will to Truth.”

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oh yes! i must have closer look at this tomorrow, with a awaked brain!!  

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Depth Insights » Jung in the Garden of Eden: A Myth of the Transformation of Consciousness by Arthur George, J.D

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The biblical story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (Genesis Chapters 2-3) is foundational to our Western culture and has influenced the upbringing and psychology of all of us, whether we realize it or not. Mythologists as well as many biblical scholars recognize the story as being in the genre of myth, which makes it appropriate to analyze it from the perspective of depth psychology, among other approaches.

 

Indeed, as Joseph Campbell concluded, “This story yields its meaning only to a psychological interpretation” (2001, p. 50). Further, Carl Jung (CW 9.2, para. 230) had already written that “cosmogonic myths are, at bottom, symbols for the coming of consciousness.” But the literature about the Eden story taking such a psychological approach is scant, largely due to traditional and problematic gaps and tensions between academic disciplines....

 

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Carl Jung: “And it was Brigitta of Sweden who helped me to gain insight.”

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Egypts favourite winter tourist spot since centuries: Aswan. With old pictures of Aswan.

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With winter finally here, we invite you to discover the history of Egypts most popular winter resorts

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Soul Spelunker » Animaterialism and the Unus Mundus

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The true goal is to move beyond the lapis to the Unus Mundus. This is where our salvation truly lies. In reality, the labor of the alchemist produces a “materialization of the spirit,” according to Jung, elevating “the body into proximity with the spirit while at the same time drawing the spirit down into matter. By sublimating matter he concretized spirit” (Jung 535). This melding of spirit and matter is brought about by a third element, which, in my mind, must be the human soul united with the World Soul. Jung claims this is the synthesis of conscious with unconscious, and is something totally non-rational.  The best we can do is speak in paradoxes of this reality.

 

 


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Die Wiedergebuhrt as a Practice of Imaginal Renaissance in the Work of Jacob Böhme

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In what follows, I offer some preliminary notes on approaching Böhme’s work as a theory for practice by way of an analysis of his notion of “rebirth” (die Wiedergebuhrt).

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Carl Jung "...art can no more be fashioned from concepts than from the Pythagorean theorem."

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Soul Spelunker » A Daimonic Revival

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The great quest of thinkers for over two thousand years has been to fulfill the maxim made popular by Plato through the words of Socrates, “Gnothi seauton,” or “Know Thyself.” It was inscribed in the portico at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. It has inspired many philosophers, seers, mystics, and various other thinkers ever since. But what does it really mean? Better yet, what does it mean for us in the twenty-first century? With his method of “active imagination,” I believe Carl Jung gave us an excellent and very practical way to follow the admonition of Socrates. If you are not familiar with active imagination, you may read my article entitled, Active Imagination: the Bridge to the Unconscious, for background information.

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Recent Luxor discoveries include tomb inside Ramesseum - Ancient Egypt - Heritage - Ahram Online

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Tomb of royal wife and several bronze statuettes discovered by French archaeologists


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Carl Jung and “I can only hope and wish that no one becomes "Jungian."

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So honest and humble! 

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Carl Jung and “…the dream is a pure product of the prenatal psyche…”

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i want to dream... just like!

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AKHENATON: The Rebel Pharaoh (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY)

AKHENATON: The Rebel Pharaoh (ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) This epic series explores the lives of some of Egypt's greatest rulers: Ramses the Great, py...

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Carl Jung and “A renewal of religious beliefs has no form at present..."


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thanks God! 

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Carl Jung and “Actually you shouldn't want to have visions…”

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Psyche, Eros, and Aphrodite: The Beauty/Soul Connection - Myth and More

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The myth of Psyche (the word psyche means “soul” in Greek), Cupid, her invisible lover (Eros in Greek), and Cupid’s mother, the goddess of beauty and love, Venus (Aphrodite in Greek), illustrates how deeply Beauty, Soul, and Love are interrelated.

 

This relationship can show up in a modern context of the spa experience.  The many spa treatments readily available might be presumed to be merely pampering and possibly even decadent. However, if approached in the right frame of mind, they have the potential to touch us deeply and nurture the soul.

 

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The story of “The Invisible Lover” is a chapter from the greater work of The Metamorphoses (also known as... (Click title for more)...


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