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I shall wear no crowns and win no glory. I am the fire that burns against the cold, the light that brings the dawn, the horn that wakes the sleepers, the shield that guards the realms of souls.
― George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
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8 hours ago
If you have a dream, don’t just sit there.
Gather courage to believe that you can succeed and leave no stone unturned to make it a reality.
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11 hours ago
The debt we owe to the play of imagination
- Carl Jung
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"I am certain of nothing but of the holiness of the Heart's affections and the truth of Imagination - What the imagination seizes as Beauty must be truth - whether it existed before or not - for I have the same idea of all our passions as of love: they are all, in their sublime, creative of essential beauty." ~John Keats
22 hours ago
Animal dreams can refund our sense of participation in embodied life. They can show us where we have gone astray--as when we seem to fall into disharmony with a particular animal. They can also remind us of instincts and powers we already possess or could bring into being if only we would trust our animal-like nature. Animal dreams seem to communicate something from the ancient vestiges of our functioning on earth - all the head knowledge in the world can't match the sheer vibrancy and power of our own animal. Or, as Jung once said: "The instincts are a far better protection than all the intellectual wisdom in the world."
Carl Jung on “White Animals.”
Participant: White animals are those animals that don’t live in the daylight, that are always underground. This clearly points toward the unconscious.
Professor Jung: Which animals are white?
Participant: The white horse in folklore, fairy tales, and myths...
Such animals also exist in reality.
The Proteus in the karst caves is white, for example, because it needs no color.
Participant: Worms and cockchafer grubs are white, too.
Professor Jung: Yes, all intestinal worms, tapeworms, and the like,
and in general many animals that live in the dark, are white.
These are animals that symbolize the unconscious, the source just coming out of the womb of the earth.
This is one of the reasons why the boa in our dream is white.
But then it is not completely white, but has black crosses.
This indicates that it is not just a cave tapeworm, but that its white color has still another meaning, derived from the contrast with black.
What does “white snake” mean in a positive sense? Where does it appear?
Participant: In fairy tales.
Professor Jung: How does it appear in fairy tales?
Participant: Doesn’t it have something to do with divination and premonition?
It is, of course, the magic serpent; it reveals a secret, and usually appears with a little golden crown on her head to indicate that it is the queen serpent— a doctor snake. It brings wisdom and revelation, it knows about the secret treasure and the secret path.
It is a helpful animal.
Thus the white color is also a favorable color, obviously a color of enlightenment.
Participant: In old dream books, white animals are also favorable.
Which corresponds with the fact that black animals are unfavorable.
Now there are black crosses on the snake. What does that mean?
Participant: The unification of the opposites, of white and black.
So the snake is of a contradictory nature: white on the one hand, black on the other.
If we call to mind that the snake represents the cerebrospinal nervous system, it follows that a symbol of this other, uncanny, contradiction and strangeness is expressed by
A psychical content is expressed through it.
The snake is not just a natural animal, but also a mythological animal.
It not only stands for instinct, but also has a symbolic quality.
We must not forget that sexuality is not just sexuality, but also a psychical experience.
It has a psychical quality; it is somehow symbolic and magic.
It never appears in its essence as such, therefore, but is always also a strange psychical state at the same time.
- Carl Jung,
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Forgive like an onion ....
Forgiving practice is like peeling an onion, you have to do over and over again many times to achieve freedom...
Each time we visualize the person in front of us and forgive, we peel off a layer of hatred from our soul and we keep doing the forgiveness until we can achieve true freedom!
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Difficult without empathy or sings of admit or regret honestly
When people criticize you, they are very often critical of themselves. When they pooh pooh your ideas and put them down, it is themselves they are unhappy and insecure with. Shine your light, follow your dreams and know that your road is the one that was meant for you. Be true to yourself and know, the most important thing is to be happy with what you do as long as you know it’s right. ... See MoreSee Less