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Have you ever felt a Kundalini?

In the Chakra Bible by Patricia Mercier, there is this fascinating reference to Carl Jung and the Spiritual Orgasm, which is called a Kundalini. As we come to the end of our Logical Smart series around Spiritual Intelligence (and preparing some great stuff for the next theme of Self-Awareness), this felt like the perfect tie in. 584 more words

Spiritual Intelligence

How Do I Love?

Recently, I have been struggling with separating my will and God’s will when it comes to love. For the first time in my life, I truly felt as though I was IN LOVE with another person and it turned out to not be quite true. 533 more words

Carl Jung: The Unconscious & The Function of Religion

Sea of Faith was a six-part documentary television series, produced by the BBC and first screened in 1984.  Presented by English philosopher and theologian Don Cupitt, the series explored the interface between the history of Christianity and critical thought through the lens of scientific advances, political atheism and societal secularisation. 383 more words



The MBTI is a personality type test designed to help people understand their own psychological processes. The psychological types were originally created by Carl Jung, but were expanded upon by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katherine Briggs. 308 more words

Carl Jung

Does the culture you live in shape how people go crazy?

Does the culture you live in shape how poeple go crazy?

By Susannah Cahalan

August 31, 2014 | 1:00am

Modal Trigger

Madness is universal.

Globally, rates of schizophrenia, for example, have remained constant over the past 50 years, affecting on average one out of every 285 people. 1,295 more words

Joseph Campbell

Setting Things Straight

Here’s The Angry Hourglass’s most recent photo prompt.

Freud destroyed me, and turned me into someone I am not. Made me repulsive and worthy of contempt. 353 more words

Creative Writing

Challenges Yield Personal Power

Toltecs say that the quality of “strength” is yielded by facing challenges in the North quadrant of MEST (akin to a scientific “medicine wheel”).

“Challenges” always have the following quality: they seem like an unfair and excessive evil at first. 235 more words

Stopping The World