Tagged with carl jung

“…the matrix of a mythopoeic imaginat…

“…the matrix of a mythopoeic imagination…has vanished from our rational age. Though such imagination is present everywhere, it is both tabooed and dreaded, so that it even appears to be a risky experiment or a questionable adventure to entrust oneself to the uncertain path that leads into the depths of the unconscious. It is a … Continue reading

Journey into the Red Book

It’s been a fascinating journey into the depths of the mind, and moreover a reconnection with the soul. If there is one thing I can say, very early on in my journey, it is that as much as we like to speak of Witness, and Mindfulness, and Contemplation, what we begin to discover is our … Continue reading

Excerpt from the Red Book, Liber Novus.

The spirit of this time would like to hear of use and value. I also thought this way, and my humanity still thinks this way. But that other spirit forces me nevertheless to speak, beyond justification, use and meaning. Filled with human pride and blinded by the presumptuous spirit of the times, I sought to … Continue reading