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Is it possible that we each have our own personal Divine Twin? by Susan Gifford

I recently re-read several books written by Jeffrey Raff, a Jungian analyst with a deep interest in spiritual alchemy.  Raff has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Union Graduate School and a diploma from the C.G. 1,043 more words


Take a Walk on the Wild Side — and let me tell you what this is all about


/ˈwikid’/ – evil or morally wrong; intended to or capable of causing harm to someone or something.

I am by no means a perfect person.

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The classic Hourglass Figure : so IN now. Not since the early 1900s. A surprising & welcome comeback, I think.

Modern Media and Social Perception: A Changing Landscape

When using social media and modern technology, we are able to re-visit many past events that in the past would have been confined to the archives of memory. 514 more words


Not a volunteer in dreams 

Previously I discussed how Jung thought (probably based on evidence at the time) that dreams were a Involentry state. I can’t find any evidence to say he changed from this view. 295 more words

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