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Psyche's Pearls

James Hollis is perhaps my favorite living author in the Jungian lineage. His book The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife, (1993) begins with the basic foundational concepts of archetypal psychology, the complexes. 1,119 more words

Mentoring Men

Mockingjay or Joan of Arc?

As I wandered out of the theater, I was disappointed and confused. The story was set in a military complex under ground, like a cave. The spiral staircases were a boring and dull setting for what promised to be an exciting sequel. 822 more words



Matthew McConaughey’s suburb acting makes Interstellar a success. His facial expressions are crucial as the pilot of humanity’s last chance to survive the future dust bowl choking the life out of our species. 471 more words


On the edge of the abyss

Two dead sun dance trees. The moon’s infinity shines at night, while the light of consciousness illuminates the foreground. Two trees grow green out of the strange ground of white and blue flowers. 759 more words


Where have all the children gone?

Indigenous cultures put a high value on their children, because the children carry their culture into the future. Civilization, on the other hand, sees children differently. 688 more words