Becoming the Vessel

In reviewing last week's session of the Jung Platform's class on James Hillman's book, Alchemical Psychology, I want to reflect more on the place and nature of the vessel in the work. Hillman says: "You are the laboratory; you are the vessel and the stuff going through the cooking.  So, too, the fire is an invisible …

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I Fall to Pieces

I have recently discovered the ideas of David Bohm, a theoretical physicist who also had an interest in the social implications of how thought and language can lead us to perceive falsely, a fragmented world that is in reality whole.  From Wiki: "Bohm was alarmed by what he considered an increasing imbalance of not only man and …

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