path of Soul

reconnecting to the indivdual soul and world soul– through the spirit of Carl Jung

Struggle & the Elixir of Immortality

To live is to struggle. Whether we are rich or poor, beautiful or plain, famous or more humble, we will struggle. For struggle arises from within, a struggle of the … Continue reading

November 2, 2013 · 11 Comments

Our battle with sacred mother

For Carl Jung, the archetypal theme of the hero’s journey represents the transcendence of consciousness. He says: “ “The hero’s main feat is to overcome the monster of darkness: it … Continue reading

May 21, 2013

Kali: ‘the loving and terrible mother’

In India, “the loving and terrible mother” is the paradoxical Kali. (Carl Jung, CW 9i, para 158)

May 9, 2013

Carl Jung: Sophia

“man identifies with the son-lover on whom the grace of Sophia has descended, with a puer aeternus [eternal youth] a filius saPientiae [child of wisdom].” (Carl Jung, 9i, para. 194)

February 2, 2013

Carl Jung: Queen of Heaven

“The Christian “Queen of Heaven” has, obviously, shed all her Olympian qualities except for her brightness, goodness, and eternality; and even her human body, the thing most prone to gross … Continue reading

February 1, 2013

Carl Jung Mother Maya as the projection-making factor

In Aion, Carl Jung makes a reference to Maya. Queen Maya is the Mother of Buddha in the Buddhist tradition. In the Mahamaya tantra (Tantric Buddhism), Maya is the goddess … Continue reading

January 23, 2013 · 1 Comment

Carl Jung: Mary as earth covered by the blue tent of the sky

“Blue is the color of Mary’s celestial cloak; she is the earth covered by the blue tent of the sky…”(Carl Jung, CW 8, 1958, p. 87) “Mother of God… According … Continue reading

January 19, 2013

Mater Dei: Mother of God

Carl Jung speaks of the trinity as represented by water, air and fire. In religious symbolism the trinity is represented by the father, the son, and the holy spirit. “The … Continue reading

January 14, 2013 · 2 Comments

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