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Our shadow qualities, they go nowhere without integration, they hang right there around the penumbra of experience and reach out in cooperation when it’s opportune. The public personality is the self emptied of those idiosyncratic flavours that brook no boundary, that which is chaotic and frightening to the Jehovian mind, who pours scorn on the organic and projects there only death and dangerous deiform femininity. 33 more words

Lyric Wax

Review of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

An overview of the MBTI

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality assessment that can either be administered by a certified professional, or through the MBTI website for a fee.  501 more words


Fiction: Ghosts of the Sith — Chapter 15

Things are heating up. This is the bloodiest thing I have ever written thus far.

Ghosts of the Sith — Chapter 15

Star Wars

Thoughts on The Tarot

I’ve never been a fan of astrology. Not for the purely scientific reasons but because it attempts to translate the universe on the large scale and narrow it to the small. 329 more words


Review | Answer to Job by Carl Jung

In Answer to Job, Jung examines God’s malevolent side (or, in Jungian terminology, His shadow), with the book of Job as a launching point.

This is a sophisticated and quite complex book. 245 more words


Nourishing life

This modern world of convenience has made it easy to fill our lives up with junk food, junk entertainment and junk activities – so easy to be busy and yet so hard to find time to listen to deep intuition, to be present with loved ones and with ourselves, and to deeply nourish ourselves in all areas of life. 544 more words


Fragments of Light: The Shaman

This must be the place. Tall and narrow and strange; a lighthouse far from sea.
(what is it there to guide?)
He will be waiting inside for me, on the second floor. 926 more words