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February 7, 2015

"Unless you can make the products of your reverie manifest themselves in real life you're still just a lonely street urchin wandering cold and barefoot through Paris."  

Holly Esch (2015, depthpsychology.com)

 

Yes, over time, one is called to eventuall...

January 1, 2015

 

The question of conscious masculine embodiment for me is juicy, tricky, slippery, reminding me of summer days when I, a free and active eight year old, stooped, toes close to the pond’s edge, hands cupped underneath the water’s surface, not moving,...

August 15, 2014

You may notice that as I answer this question about “psyche,” the Greek word for soul, I personify her. I do this because her intention toward the well-being of all of us is like that of a beloved friend, and yet I do know that psyche is an inner dyn...

July 24, 2014

We know much about psyche’s images from the groundbreaking work of imaginal psychologist Mary Watkins.  She says, “The psyche reveals herself in the form of images, for that is her experience.  If we wish to befriend her, to love her, we must take gr...

May 27, 2014

As a first definition of the imaginal realm, I’ll borrow from Iranologist and scholar Henry Corbin (1997) who said that the imaginal realm is a subtle world, which exists in a field between matter and mind. Additionally, psychiatrist Carl Jung and ar...

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