Tag Archives: Carl Jung

Are the commandments always the same?

“The shoe Forks Lightening And Thunder From the Mountain While two hands full Of sentences, indeterminate in duration, Count them, One for each finger (But nothing for my toes) Come tumbling down Down, Down softly to float on undivided waters To fill our pillows And to make tickings in our ears. They need neither stone […]

The adolescent poet no longer

section one of the Hunched Man is concluded. The next blog will begin section two: the Painted Mirror

From the Hunched Man, page 3

my discover that we die

In the Garden

2/23/15 IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN ( quotes from The Harper Collins Study Bible, The New Revised Standard Version) The Genesis story and I have been having something of an intellectual wrestling match for quite a number of years. The question regards the purpose of the two Trees in the center of the garden. What […]

Rumination 2 (read the previous blog first)

the soul is another name for a particular configuration of creative energy

Rumination on energy, matter, and the soul

The material world is the temporary manifestation of universal and immortal energy.

Archetypes Can’t Tell Time

One way to understand the idea of “making a judgement” is to think about it as a choice that can be made in the gap between a stimulus and a response. It is, of course, the polar opposite of automatic, and its effectiveness is dependent upon the length of time available in that gap.  That […]