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Destiny Dreams

It seems strange to write about beginnings. Do they ever stop happening? I hope not. But I thought my midlife crisis was behind me. Then I woke up this morning and images from last night’s dream were there to meet me. 537 more words



Extrasă din cartea lui Romel Stăncioiu, „Stropi de înţelepciune”

Viaţa începe de la patruzeci de ani, până atunci, faci doar cercetare.

                            JUNG, Carl-Gustav (1875-1961)


Crushing the Global Psychological Epidemic: The Hero's Journey from Child to Adult

For a long time I have thought about this problem that affects every person in the developed world and only recently I am moving to explore that these new revelations are the cause for the greatest epidemic affecting the whole world. 1,065 more words


It, did. It had me.

“From the beginning I had a sense of destiny, as though my life was assigned to me by fate and had to be fulfilled. This gave me an inner security, and though I could never prove it to myself, it proved itself to me.  32 more words


Book Review: Art from Dreams by Susan Levin

“Instincts can malfunction
become defective, deficient, half-baked
There should be a recipe for motherhood
Exact measurement
The precise amount of ingredients
Or else sweets for no one”

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amandaseesdreams reblogged this on Dreamrly. and commented:

Please enjoy this book review from Jenna Lilla (a dedicated scholar of all things archetypal), championing the potential for transformation through art and dreams. I echo Jenna's sentiments in honoring men and women who choose to share the fruits of their soul-labors after integration, as Susan Levin does beautifully in her new book: Art from Dreams: My Journey in Collage, Assemblage, and Poetry.

Imaginal Appearances

The cup of coffee was in its place on the desk, this desk, where everything would happen. I was in my place too, seated, the sketchbook that I called my journal open in front of me, pen in hand, ready to write when the images and words arrived, which sooner or later they always did. 488 more words