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Book: Luna Love

Here’s a sneak peek of my new book that I am working on called “Luna Love”. It is a personal perspective of the ‘orca archetype’ that I have encountered in my dreams. 43 more words

The Subtextual Symbolism is Strong With This One, or Why I’m Hooked on Supernatural

There’s something deeply alluring about the long-form of most of our modern television narratives. Spending hours getting to know characters and exploring the world they populate is intensely satisfying, and so much of the output that is now readily available is about quality storytelling, catering to us – the audience – as we’ve grown used to ever more intricately crafted and densely populated series. 2,042 more words

Narrative Structure

Jungian Genealogy

At the red flower’s center, my self.

Secrets of matter and spirit edging petals.

The meaning of these events? Immortal souls

tell me the dead are not gone – 30 more words


The Flashforward: Psychic Projection Of Our Shadow Selves

You might be wondering what I mean when I say ‘flashforward’ so let me explain.

You know a flashback? That characteristic, often dramatic plot device, especially prevalent in crime films or thrillers. 780 more words

Mental Health

The State of the Reader: 2/12/20

<–The State of the Reader: 1/29/20         The State of the Reader: 2/26/20–>

A biweekly post updated every other Wednesday detailing my current reading projects and what new titles I’ve added to my to-read list.  474 more words

BTS and The Law of Attraction

Hear me out! I know with a title like that it would make anyone who is annoyed with hearing about BTS, Kpop or Koreans, in general, want to not read this. 560 more words

Law Of Attraction


“Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible. 304 more words