Monthly Archives: April 2016

Unchangeable faith of womanhood.

Today was my fourth birthday and people from the village gathered in front of our house. That day was the day of the lotus flower that came from the moon. The guests brought presents for me. When the moon lightened … Continue reading

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The World’s Oldest Papyrus and What It Can Tell Us About the Great Pyramids

Ancient Egyptians leveraged a massive shipping, mining and farming economy to propel their civilization forward Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.smithsonianmag.com See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action

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Perfection, Or Who’s the Purest of Them All?

“When one tries desperately to be good and wonderful and perfect, then all the more the shadow develops a definite will to be black and evil and destructive. Sourced through Scoop.it from: archetypeinaction.com by Dr. Jean Raffa See on Scoop.it … Continue reading

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The Greatest Country in the World

There is little doubt that The United States of America is suffering from a major neurosis on a colossal scale. Given the horrors of the Election 2016 process, it is obvious to all but the brain dead and little children … Continue reading

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Weaver of Words

As each drama unfolds in spellbinding raptures, words capture their audience. I’m paying close attention to the re-stitching of my canvas, carefully selecting my words as poets do. Sourced through Scoop.it from: archetypeinaction.com by Deborah Gregory See on Scoop.it – … Continue reading

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“Sweet Bean” and “Fireworks Wednesday”: Lost and Found

Two current films from Asia provide heartfelt, instructive pictures of relationships in the twenty-first century. No matter where we live, the lessons of life surround us. But will we learn . . . or lose. Sourced through Scoop.it from: archetypeinaction.com … Continue reading

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Five Archetypes of Organisations

An alternative way to think about organisations and their archetypes depends on the way the core resources are allocated, i.e. internally or externally. There are five archetypes of organisations that can be identified if we classify them based on the … Continue reading

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L: Loss and Capacity for Change

It seems unthinkable to link loss and change. But it is one of those peculiar paradoxes we reflect on when we undergo our dark night of the soul and are scathed. Yet somehow, somehow, an emergence from it can happen … Continue reading

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Fear of Women Without Guilt

We are in the midst of a transition. The old patriarchal world, which I call analog, is a world in which Newton mechanics have prevailed, through the invention of fire, and the first and second industrial revolutions. In this old … Continue reading

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Election 2016: Is There an Adult in the Room?

“Here we follow, quite naturally, the principle of non-resistance to all superior forces, up to a certain individual limit, beyond which the most peaceful citizen becomes a bloody revolutionary.” Sourced through Scoop.it from: archetypeinaction.com by Skip Conover See on Scoop.it … Continue reading

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