Blog: Jungian Reflections

 Blog: Jungian Reflections

Blog: Jungian
Reflections

The Season of Light

The Season of Light

Today is the first Sunday in Advent, also known as, the Season of Light.  The word advent means coming. As we move toward the winter solstice, the day of least sunlight, the ritual of advent gives us hope for the coming of additional light. We burn candles to show...

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“Not My Circus; Not My Monkey”

“Not My Circus; Not My Monkey”

We live in community. We are taught to be helpers, problem solvers, good neighbors, partners, and parents. However, there is a line between helping and interfering. A wise friend shared her favorite quote, “Not my circus, not my monkey.” But, where is that elusive...

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The Soul’s GPS

The Soul’s GPS

Feeling Lost? There are navigational tools available to find the treasure map that is your soul’s journey. When we find ourselves lost, no motivation, no clear direction, we need to trust our inner wisdom to lead where our individual souls wish to go. Part of that...

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Individuation Play List

Individuation Play List

I have begun collecting songs to include in what I have titled an Individuation Play List. These songs contain lyrics that encourage me on my individuation journey — my growth in consciousness, meaning, my spiritual path of love of self. Songs touch us because they...

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Seasons Of Change

Seasons Of Change

“To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose…”  Ecclesiastes  3:2  Sitting here on my cozy bed, having coffee, and looking westward out our bedroom window, the view is beautiful. This fall in Asheville has been spectacular. But winter is approaching,...

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The Symbolic Life – Ruling Your Inner Kingdom

The Symbolic Life – Ruling Your Inner Kingdom

Carl Jung challenged us to live a symbolic life, a life of meaning. If we are to accept the challenge of living a symbolic life, we must gain understanding of the essence and mystery of symbols, their importance in our individual and collective lives, and ways to...

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