I write about manifestation as an encounter in the world of something within that is calling for acceptance to enable us to grow towards wholeness.
Carl Jung wrote of the move into culture in the afternoon of life. I offer this post as an example where culture can facilitate spiritual growth.
- Give Yourself a Compassionate Hug Image by Digital Works on Pixabay I found that I was carrying a large bag of hurtful memories around with me. It would be opened up in quiet moments or when triggered by a new event. For some reason I never let them go, as though I could not;... Continue Reading →
Image by Leroy Skalstad from Pixabay I was gradually becoming aware that I was losing my way in the world. The career – I felt that I did not belong there anymore, the materialistic push - had lost its lustre, and the general onward trajectory - had run out of road. The accumulated ambitions starting... Continue Reading →
The early stage of my spiritual journey was packed with moral lessons. They came in dreams and life, sometimes reflecting back and forth through night and day. The importance of right behaviour, always appreciated, was dialled up. This was a dream I had at this time; The tribunal took place in a white room. I... Continue Reading →
This little girl comes to me in dreams. She was also seen by Carl Jung in his dreams and the dreams of his patients; he called her Puella (Spanish for a little girl). Without getting too tangled in mythological symbolism or her overexpression in adult psychology (in the woman whose character has never matured), I... Continue Reading →
The beauty of Sweet Honesty. (Image by Hans Braxmeier on Pixabay) Spiritual Doubt ‘Be certain of this, that to repress a doubt is to repress the spirit of truth;..’ in Thoughts on Life and Religion. Max Muller Spirituality has, for me, always been immersed in doubt. I was brought up an atheist until I could... Continue Reading →
Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay “Through therapeutic research, [Eugene Gendline] and his colleagues have indirectly opened an extraordinary doorway into the realm of spiritual awareness.” P Campbell, E McMahon in ‘Bio-spirituality, Focusing as a way to grow.’ I want to devote a post to Focusing because when I describe experiences coming from a “waking... Continue Reading →
Image by ipicgr from Pixabay The last of my triplet of experiences, and one of overwhelming gravitas. A dream; I lived in a flat with a small dog, and it was time to take him a walk. As I opened the door, I heard footsteps coming up the stairs then along the corridor and I... Continue Reading →