Monthly Archives: June 2015

Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson Missed an Entire Universe

Science has entirely failed us in understanding the reality of the human psyche. Large portions of the scientific community dismiss it out of hand, without in any way comprehending its importance. Sadly, Dr. Carl Sagan and Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson … Continue reading

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Why I Seldom Teach The Hero’s Journey Anymore — And What I Teach Instead

Campbell believed that all myths the world over told one story. Borrowing a word from James Joyce, he called this one story the Monomyth. The Monomyth is the Hero’s Journey. What in the end does the Hero’s Journey offer people … Continue reading

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So thrilled about the second webinar… – Depth Psychology Alliance | Facebook

Post by DepthPsychology. So thrilled about the second webinar today for Jung, Alchemy, and the Tree of Life with my colleague and friend, the amazing Eva Rider, M.A., M.F.T….. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.facebook.com See on Scoop.it – Archetype in … Continue reading

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Lilith, First Wife of Adam

I’ll be writing a series on Lilith, the Dark Feminine, once a week. This myth still has its affects and effects in the contemporary lives of both men and women. It is necessary to bring Lilith out of the shadows, … Continue reading

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Eve, Part One

I imagine Eve languishing against the Tree where she always took her leisure, in reverie. That particular Tree with its bountiful, glossy, red-ripe apples of which G.d had expressly forbidden eating. She herself felt that way sometimes, sensual, ripe, luscious. … Continue reading

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Lilith as Serpent and Symbol of Transformation

Can Lilith as serpent be a viewed as a harbinger of change and as symbol for transformation? Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.archetypeinaction.com Part of a cycle of 5 essays on Lilith, Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden. See … Continue reading

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Lilith in Exile

Lilith (first wife of Adam in the Garden of Eden according to the Midrash – see previous post) was banished to the depths of the Red Sea to be never seen or heard of again. In one fell swoop, all … Continue reading

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Lilith, First Wife of Adam

I’ll be writing a series on Lilith, the Dark Feminine, once a week. This myth still has its affects and effects in the contemporary lives of both men and women. It is necessary to bring Lilith out of the shadows, … Continue reading

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Eve, Part Two

Eve lifted the veil from Adam’s eyes – a courageous and intuitive act in her search for the beginning knowledge of opposites – Good and Evil – a knowledge necessary for higher consciousness. She may have had a momentary illusion … Continue reading

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The Unhappy Hero Part 2: What Is Happiness

Where the business of happiness is concerned Daniel L Gilbert, a professor of psychology at Harvard, reveals two new and interesting elements regarding one’s individual sense for happiness: most of us are abysmally unable to predict what it is that … Continue reading

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