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A Girl Named Charlie: Death and the Maiden in Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt

Though I’d never claim to be a film buff, I’ve watched quite a few film noir movies in my time, and no one quite does noir like Alfred Hitchcock, Sam Spade and the Maltese Falcon be damned.  2,640 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Tip of the iceberg

Alice quietly took a path..
and never stopped walking, wondering, “Why just the tip…see the whole. We are not parts, dissociated.”

Growing up we become broken… 94 more words



Many will know Elektra, the superheroine of films, comics, and computer games. Forget her! I’m thinking of the original Elektra, of Greek mythology fame. She was the daughter of Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra and thus a princess of Argos. 637 more words


Week Four- The Creative Psyche

The reading this week was “The Jung Reader” by David Tracey, pages 137-150. This section explored Carl Jung’s theory of archetypes, and also included studies of cultures, religions and history of ideas. 543 more words



You are unworthy.
This is the voice in my head,
this voice kills my soul.

Kindness, compassion
Please find your way to my heart. 44 more words


Archetypal Alchemy

Carl Jung’s recognition of the value of encountering unconscious archetypical aspects of Self through active imagination leads to his understanding that this is a process leading to the “integration” of archetypal energies within the overall, individual identity of one’s Self. 664 more words

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