…and in the end

"The love you take is equal to the love you make." Lennon/McCartney These thoughts touch upon my belief about beliefs; the nature of belief, and aim at peering into what, rather than how, or why, we have and hold them, near and dear to our hearts, as endings are sometimes necessary ideas along the way. Along with …

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The Unveiling

Perhaps we moderns no longer see ourselves as living under the influence of myths or belief systems. Whatever their source, they no longer serve us because any belief we subscribe to does not necessarily come to us through the culture of our familiars. More than any other period in history, we have become fractionalized as …

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Alchemical Psychology – the Introduction

In my previous posts on James Hillman's book, Alchemical Psychology, I wrote briefly about the relationship between the colors of the alchemy and their correlation through the stages of the soul's journey as one begins a work of a psychological nature. The links to those posts can be found on the Index page of this blog. After …

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Keeping the Change

While it's accurate for me to say that I write for sanity and to clarify for myself ideas and experiences while engaging others who may have similar desires and needs, I can't pretend to understand fully why particular ideas and perspectives fascinate me and repeatedly hold claim to my time and energy. I only know …

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First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is.

I have always been a believer in one thing or another. As a child, the idea of God was incomprehensible. What, or who, were people talking about? I can recall mercilessly teasing a catholic friend, that it must be awful to have to follow the rules of the Pope. No doubt that taunt had its roots in my parents …

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