Tag Archives: C. G. Jung

Religion & Spirituality: Institutional Worship vs. Divine Intimacy (1/2)

 Religion and Spirituality What does it profit, my brethren, if a man says he has faith but has not works? Can his faith save him? If a brother or sister is ill-clad and in lack of daily food, and one … Continue reading

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The Eternal Placebo: Faith, Ideology & Collective Consciousness (Part 2)

Placebos, Ideology and Collective Consciousness .  . . . we may say that groups of people, societies, and cultures have a collective mind, and therefore also possess a collective consciousness … As individuals we participate in these collective patterns, are influenced by … Continue reading

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Old Age: Autumn of Our Body, Springtime of Our Soul

Old Age Wisdom The abbot Daniel used to say, “Even as the body flourishes, so does the soul become withered: and when the body is withered, then does the soul put forth leaves.” [Sayings of the Desert Fathers]. The autumn of … Continue reading

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