Secret Agent Man

  Possession The conceptual framing of one's experience into spatial designations of 'inner and outer,' 'self and other,' 'me and not me,' 'real and imaginary,' shape, categorize, which through the force of habit and time coagulates into an assumed identity referred to as 'me.' Inversely, out of all that remains, the discarded elements of raw experience become what is not …

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Syzygy

Next, in James Hillman's book, Anima, the Anatomy of a Personified Notion, he considers whether or not ego, understood here as the most dominant part of our conscious experience and the agent of our identity, is a syzygy of anima and animus. Fascinating idea that can best be considered within the context of western cultural consciousness. While …

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The Edge of the Universe

"Western reality has no prerogative or supremacy over other brands. It may be the present operating system for modernity on Earth, but its roots are no more rooted, its arising no more fundamental or absolute. No one species’s or planet’s deposition has primogeniture or is endorsed by the universe. The same claims are made implicitly by …

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There Are Places…

The modern prejudice of looking inward, creating ourselves, as if we were a project to work on and to fix, risks losing what is beyond self: the world and our place in it. Ever felt lost? Me too. Maybe it is just that we are misplaced or that we don't live in place because our …

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