Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Cross of the Understanding and Projection

After several years of observing his patients, Carl Jung noticed there were four basic functions of consciousness. Everyone has these four ways of processing, but some are developed to greater or lesser degrees.  The individual’s reliance on, or preference for, … Continue reading

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Therapy: Healing the Psyche

Originally posted on Ancient Whiteagle Wisdom:
The labyrinth is an excellent spatial representation which depicts the process of healing the psyche.  I revisited this awareness when I read  Edward C. Whitmont’s chapter on Therapy (1969,1991) in The Symbolic Quest: Basic…

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The Symbol of the Christmas Tree

Have you ever noticed when you re-read a book that new gems are found, where you didn’t see them the first time?  I have been re-reading Marie-Louise von Franz’ books on the interpretation of fairy tales, turning down corners and … Continue reading

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The Treasure Hard to Attain

Within much of the spiritual literature of the new age is an attempt to use or manipulate spiritual laws for the Ego’s purposes.  We are told that the secret law of attraction will bring us prosperity, wealth, health, love, and … Continue reading

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