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Jung's Active Imagination

“Active imagination is a certain way of meditating imaginatively, by which one may deliberately enter into contact with the unconscious and make a conscious connection with psychic phenomena.” 775 more words


My purification is soon to conclude and my Companion has moved in a bit closer, initiating communication with me in the evenings. There is a bit of a disconnect still ongoing and it was explained to me that I have shifted from a heart focus to a mind focus. 1,014 more words


He is Near {Anchor of Promise #15}

Anchor of Promise #15 God is Near When We Humble Ourselves.

James 4: 6-10

“But He gives more grace. Therefore He (God) says: God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble. 468 more words


Are You Caught in an Ego Trap?

If you watch, you will see a number of articles popping up dealing with some version of this issue: “does a great leader have to be something of a jerk?” 744 more words

Leadership Development

When Kindness Goes Unnoticed - By Alexa Doncsecz

It’s not about being the hero.

When I was a child, my age still in the single digits, my mom and I used to walk to the grocery store a few blocks down from our row home in Pennsylvania. 1,101 more words


A Slice of Humble Pie?

There are numerous components to egotism. There is condescension, exaggerated egos, pseudo-intellectuals and the omnipotent – Everybody has naturally formed a prejudice against you in some way. 222 more words