Recipe of the One Man

[mks_dropcap style=”letter” size=”48″ bg_color=”#ffffff” txt_color=”#000000″]A[/mks_dropcap]n appropriate question regarding the Self is simply this:  is it found or is it built?  And in keeping in form with unconscious dynamics, we begin to glimpse that the answer is not an either/or, but a both/and.   For the past few years I have been meditating on a passage … Continue reading “Recipe of the One Man”

Weapons of Shame

As we live in community, shadow energies have the tendency to establish repetitive patterns that create hierarchical orders and at a most basic level, establish alliances and enemies. Often these behaviors manifest unconsciously in casual interactions, most especially when conversation centers on a third that is not present. Without wanting to sound preachy (the word … Continue reading “Weapons of Shame”

Sacred Terror

Jungian psychoanalysis aims at bringing about not only an adjustment to the client’s attitudes, but a whole new stance. As Charlie Arthur pointed out yesterday, “The suitably trained analyst helps the patient to bring conscious and unconscious together and so arrive at a new attitude.’ (Carl Jung) This process brings us face to face with … Continue reading “Sacred Terror”