Upon waking this morning, I welcomed my perceived ‘demons’ in in a way I never have before. Before this morning when I welcomed in my ‘demons’, or representations of my Shadow Self, I was ‘doing it’ because I thought ‘I should’. 144 more words
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Don Quixote and Sancho Panza set out to search for Dulcinea and experience a number of adventures. While these adventures will seem like failures to a three-dimensional, complex man, to the two-dimensional man there is always a reason because the fantasy is his inner reality. 489 more words
I will call this first part a dream, but it happened in the half world between sleep and wakefulness, after a series of other dreams which also dealt with themes of inadequacy and self hurt. 1,452 more words
The two-dimensional man.
According to Jungian analyst Robert Johnson, Don Quixote is a “near-perfect representation of two-dimensional man—the simple peasant man.”
For those unfamiliar with the tale, Miguel Cervantes, when he was in his 50s in the early 17th century, wrote the novel while living in squalor in a single room. 536 more words
Referring to the modern transpersonal and gestalt psicology, the dark Halloween Archetypes can help us to connect with our subconscious, our jungian shadow, our fear and the most undiscoveder part of ourself, to achieve a more serene and balanced life. 841 more words