Category Archives: Being in the mystery

The week-long creative imagination set of lectures and workshops


I had an amazing experience at the week-long creative imagination set of lectures and workshops.  What has delayed me posting updates was that I developed a nasty bug at the end of the week (perhaps this was my body telling me something). My … Continue reading

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The alchemical process is only for those who are deemed spiritually adept masters?


I have had knowledge of the mysticism of the higher planes from a previous lecture which gave me the necessary insights into a basic understanding of myself, particularly the relationship between my essence (soul) and personality (temperament). Years ago, alchemy in … Continue reading

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Can life coaching be worthwhile?


There are a lot of people who swear by the benefits of life coaching and how life coaches can be their saviour. The stereo type is that life coaches are American and charge loads of cash to tell you the … Continue reading

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Immortality: some questions …….


Is it possible that with advances in technology future generations can cheat death? Is that desirable? Are we hardwired to believe in our own immortality? Do our religious traditions offer any relevant answers? Is the best yet to come or … Continue reading

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Archetypes


“What keeps happening?” – Michael Jacobs I am in the middle of a weekend course on archetypes. It is fascinating. Some observations: The truth will be revealed regardless of the costs.  How?  Through archetypes. Plato wrote about archetypes. Jung was … Continue reading

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Why transpersonal therapy?


Why transpersonal therapy?  Spiritual essence: Pay attention to your feelings. Why God? Feelings are more primary (basic) than thoughts. Not rage (survival) but interpersonal (spiritual) that is what is the theme that draws us. People anchor themselves to spiritual search. Although … Continue reading

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Jungian personality types part 2


Last night’s lecture was on Jungian personality typology part 2. Intuitive (extroverted) – These types can feel imprisoned and trapped and are lacking in commitment. Thinking and feeling (auxiliary functions) are repressed.  Fully repressed is sensation.  This type gives priority … Continue reading

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