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Carl Jung: We have here a question: "How is it that we create symbols in dreams? [Visions Seminar Lecture II]

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A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

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We have here a question: "How is it that we create symbols in dreams? How can we be sure that the interpretation is correct, especially when there are no associations?" That is, of course, a very practical and fundamental question. I had not taken it up here because I took it for granted that you understood the theory of dream analysis. We are by no means sure that dreams have symbolic meaning, and we don't know that the interpretation is correct, but we make the hypothesis that a dream means something. Suppose one has a case that presents a difficult problem and one has come to an impasse in the analysis, there are neurotic symptoms, one has tried hypnosis and other methods, but nothing works. Then where is the key to unlock that door?
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Jung reminds us time and again that we what we think the dream means is rarely so as the psyched seeks compensation and balance.
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The Anima Mundi in Matter – Soul Spelunker

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All matter in the universe is sprinkled with a sampling of the World Soul. It is hidden. Most do not know or realize it. The consensus of our culture is that matter is cold and dead. A literal mindset, one dominated by logic and the scientific method, cannot understand the idea of soul within matter. The literal mind would explain the azure sky-vault over our heads as being composed of various gases, but a gifted poet could bring tears to our eyes by describing it in language filled with soulful images

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T.S.Eliot and visual art

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Can T.S. Eliot’s poetic experiments be read alongside parallel developments in the visual arts? And how much have artists found inspiration in his writing?
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Meet Your Second Brain: The Gut - Mindful

Meet Your Second Brain: The Gut - Mindful | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
How what's going on in your gut could be affecting your brain.

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"The Gospel of Truth" [Jung Codex] - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

"The Gospel of Truth" [Jung Codex] - Carl Jung Depth Psychology | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
The gospel of truth is joy for those who have received from the father of truth the grace of knowing him by the power of the word, who has come from the fullness and who is in the thought and the mind of the father. This is the one who is called the savior, since…

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Leonard Cohen Burns, and We Burn with Him

Leonard Cohen Burns, and We Burn with Him | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
“God is a fire,” said Nikos Kazantzakis. “He burns and we burn with Him.” Art, passion, and Zen are fires too—burning the self, leaving ashes and essence.

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Betsy is most widely known as the feminine energy behind the hit film "What The Bleep Do We Know?!" (Writer, Director, Producer). Her newest film "Song o

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Soul Spelunker – The Land of Nowhere

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According to French philosopher and theologian, Henry Corbin, one of the best descriptions in Western thinking of what he calls the mundus imaginalis is given by the Swedish mystic, Emanuel Swedenborg. Corbin says, “One cannot but be struck by the concordance or convergence of the statements by the great Swedish visionary with those of Sohravardi, Ibn ‘Arabi, or Sadra Shirazi.”.

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Carl Jung on the importance of being Born

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"Hopelessly Obsessive Creative": Interview with Mab Graves

"Hopelessly Obsessive Creative": Interview with Mab Graves | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
Mab Graves creates wonderfully accessible fantasy worlds we are all drawn into and want to learn more about the woman who created them.
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A Deepening of Soul | Soul Spelunker

A Deepening of Soul | Soul Spelunker | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
One of the most crucial things we can do to further and deepen consciousness is to experience the world from different points on the circle of life. The whirling vortex of the maelstrom of soul requires that, if we are interested in inner development, we be willing to be spun in every direction until we reach the bottom. That is where transformation lies. Poe believed the bottom of his maelstrom was death.

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“Arrival”: In the Beginning Was the Word

“Arrival”: In the Beginning Was the Word | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
Have they come to help or hurt? Will we destroy them before they destroy us, or is it the other way around? Will you see the reference to Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five, or will you miss it completely? Who is playing the part of Billy Pilgrim here?

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ZEITGEIST: THE MOVIE | 2007 (HD)

"Zeitgeist: The Movie" is the first film which is directed and produced by Peter Joseph in 2007. *PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE* More information can be foun
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Nature Needs You – Soul Spelunker

Nature Needs You – Soul Spelunker | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
If we are to deal with our world’s psychopathology, we must not remain in a state of subjectivity, where we pray, meditate, and seek only our own personal psychological development. The Anima Mundi needs our prayers, our meditations, our imaginations, for She too must develop and individuate.

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Doorway to the Land of Nowhere – Soul Spelunker

Doorway to the Land of Nowhere – Soul Spelunker | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
Throughout history, many others have made the journey to the Land of Nowhere. Experiences of traveling through the mundus imaginalis are as old as mankind. Some believe we have been cut off from making the journey, since our current mode of consciousness makes light of imagination, equating it with what is unreal. But our mode of consciousness is changing. If it weren’t, there wouldn’t be so many of us open to this line of thought. If our minds were not open to such possibilities, I wouldn’t be writing this, and you wouldn’t be reading it. Many people and processes fail us in this temporal world, but we are now discussing eternal things that will not fail, an eternal land that we can travel to now. How do we get to such a wonderful place, which is really not a place, but a state of consciousness?

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Swinging: The Double Life of Anaïs Nin

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In 1937, Henry Miller predicted that the autobiographical oeuvre of Anaïs Nin would one day “take its place beside the revelations of St. Augustine, Petroniu
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The last da Vinci comes to auction at Christie’s | Christie's

The last da Vinci comes to auction at Christie’s | Christie's | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it

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Photography and Writing: Into the Heart of Traditional Cultures in Times of Global Change

Photography and Writing: Into the Heart of Traditional Cultures in Times of Global Change | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
An Interview with Writer and Photographer, Michael Benanav, M.A. A Guest Post by Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. After writing about his experiences with one of the world’s last working camel caravans in the Sahara desert, and penning a poignant story of how his own grandparents survived the Holocaust during World War II, Michael Benanav, a critically-acclaimed writer and photographer, has written Himalaya Bound: One Family's Quest to Save Their Animals and an Ancient Way of Life. In these compelling works, Benanav recounts how his travels in India with a tribe of nomadic water buffalo herders and elsewhere have led him to some astute observations about ecological crises, cultural differences, and archetypal themes of power.
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Religion and the Rebel, Part 4 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 4 - Soul Spelunker | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it
The Outsider has no desire for worldly fame and fortune. Those talented writers and artists who do seek such rewards are not Outsiders, and they are not concerned with becoming visionaries. The vision is all that matters to the Outsider. As I said in one of my earlier articles, the Outsider is very much a prophet. Wilson even admits “the Outsider is primarily a critic, and if a critic feels deeply enough about what he is criticizing, he becomes a prophet” (Outsider 224). One thing the Outsider feels very deeply about, and criticizes profusely, is avoiding the superficiality and shallowness that is required to really succeed in the worldly sense. There are too many games to play, too many masks to wear. One is required to be an artificial, subservient lackey, dancing to the tune of the money men. The Outsider wants authentic existence, a vision, not a sacrifice of his Being to the god of mammon.

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Creative Ideas and Passion

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"The presence of talent is not sufficient. Many people have more than one talent, and wonder what to do with them."
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Kelly Brogan on Our Creative Force for Transformation

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Creative expression can transform our painful reactions to situations, providing a renewed identity and a way to give voice to difficult feelings.

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The Earth has a Soul by Meredith Sabini: C.G. Jung on Nature, Technology & Modern Life

The Earth has a Soul by Meredith Sabini: C.G. Jung on Nature, Technology & Modern Life | The Earth Laughs in Flowers | Scoop.it

You may not associate such bold, earthy sentiments with Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung, but he was, in fact, deeply concerned over the loss of connection with nature. He considered natural life to be the “nourishing soil of the soul.” Who has time for a natural life these days? What would it look like if we did? Those of us destined to live through this turbulent period of history, the declining phase of Western civilization, could perhaps use a wise elder who stands slightly outside the modern world yet knows it well enough to offer guidance.
Jung shows the knowledge of an historian who understands how the dissociation from nature came about; he reaches out with the empathy of a healer who shares our plight; and he advises with the common sense of a country doctor how to...


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"Requiem for the American Dream": Wake Up Call!

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Archetype in Action™ Organization: Putting Archetype to Work for the Good of Society

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