Jenna Lilla limns the path of soul in the work of Carl Jung.
Life energy moves through all living things. A seed sprouts, growing and becoming a tree, blossoming and bearing fruit. As long as the tree is healthy and without disease its … Continue reading
In India, “the loving and terrible mother” is the paradoxical Kali. (Carl Jung, CW 9i, para 158)
“Then there are what might be termed mothers in a figurative sense. To this category belongs the goddess, and especially the Mother of God, the Virgin, and Sophia. Mythology offers … Continue reading
“As mythology shows, one of the peculiarities of the Great Mother is that she frequently appears paired with her male counterpart.” (Carl Jung, CW 9i, para 193)