Posts Categorized: Jung

THE WEB IN THE SEA: Jung, Sophia, and the Geometry of the Soul

Posted by & filed under Alice Howell, Archetypes, Iona, Jung, Sacred Geometry, Sophia, Web in the Sea.

by Alice O. Howell (Today’s PRIZE GIVEAWAYis a Paperback of Alice’s Book. Leave a COMMENT to enter. See details below) Tweet Share Andrew Cort’s Mini-Review: Filled with warmth and wisdom (“Sophia”), as well as insights from Jung and her own extraordinary personal insights, The Web in the Sea by Alice O. Howell unravels the inner meaning…
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Gods, Goddesses, Archetypes, and Synchronicity

Posted by & filed under Archetypes, Astrology, Carol Leigh Rice, Christ Archetype, Goddesses, Gods, I Ching, Joseph Campbell, Jung, mythology, Plato, Silk Road Visions, Synchronicity, Tarot.

by Carol Leigh Rice, M.A. Gods and Goddesses * Living Templates The ancient Greeks, and Plato especially, were aware long before Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell that the Archetypes were much more than symbolic components of moralizing stories. Whether as the Forms or Gods and Goddesses (he used both terms), Plato understood the Archetypes to…
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Tomorrow Begins a Series of Guest Blogs: A Dedication

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogs, Gurdjieff, interfaith, Jala ad-Din Rumi, Jung, Richard Trapnell, Shamanism, Surobindo, Unity, World Religions, World traditions.

Tomorrow, August 8th, we begin a series of Guest Blogs on Religious and Spiritual Traditions from around the world, with an emphasis on Unity and Friendship amongst different peoples and different faiths. The first post discusses the mystical Sufi poet Rumi. Subsequent posts cover such topics as Buddhism, Islam, the Kabbalah, Jung, Sri Aurobindo, Esoteric Christianity,…
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