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Ol’ Boogeyman Still Comin’ To Getcha?

BoogeymanIn my line of work there is often an unhealthy obsession with the concept of evil. It appears we are simply not able to rid ourselves of this ‘thing’ we seem to have for the boogeyman (here in my country known as the tokoloshe).

Just the other day I was listening to a radio psychic scaring the living daylights out of his unsuspecting caller. She just wanted some career advice, but instead he was hell-bent on convincing her that her home was infested with evil entities. His charming co-host also jumped in to offer some old-wives’ cures for getting rid of all the demonic forces. Truth be told, the only disturbance I was picking up on was the fact that the poor, freaked out woman would not be getting much sleep for weeks!

Now, don’t get me wrong. The struggle between good and evil is very, very real. It is a fundamental component of the human condition. It is also the basis of all Creation. It stems from the duality found in every important aspect of our expanding Universe: dark versus light, life versus death, night versus day. Light needs the presence of darkness to be truly visible and meaningful.

 

A belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness –  Joseph Conrad

 

The co-existence of good and evil is also the basis for an inner conflict that each of us have to resolve in this lifetime. It is part of the reason why we are here. Both good and evil therefore do serve a purpose in the greater scheme of things. No doubt about that. But blaming the spiritual realm for the darkness of men is my idea of heresy and blasphemy.

Our morbid fascination with all things dark is as old as the hills, but it is still very much de rigueur. Just the fact that psychics and mediums are today still being accused of doing the devil’s work is sufficient proof in itself. In many religious circles ‘fire and brimstone’ remains the height of fashion. Not to mention the latest 2012 doomsday prophecies, conspiracy theories and apocalyptic visions of evil forces, undercover aliens and secret societies; all hype eagerly spread by fear-mongers, spin doctors and social entrepreneurs.

But those are the most obvious kinds of evil mania. What truly amazes me about our obsession with all things evil is that it is not something you only find in traditional churches or conservative circles. No, some truly gifted, spiritually aware and highly intuitive people, with whom I share many beliefs and blessings, are also fanatic about finding evil spirits, curses and dark entities under their beds, inside their closets …and deep-down in the purses and wallets of their clients.

 

The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance – Socrates

 

Yesterday a wonderful client called me, devastated and in tears. She had been persuaded by a well-meaning friend to “try out” another psychic she knows of… just for fun. The self-proclaimed ’spiritual advisor’ had a field day predicting doom and gloom for her current relationship and warned her that another woman was doing magick to steal her man away. She also offered to do spell work for her to fix the problem, to the tune of $400! Meanwhile my client’s love life is perfectly on track and they are in fact a very happy couple. How dare someone mess with the lives of others out of sheer greed? It truly disgusts me. May God have mercy on her soul.

It is deeply disappointing that many who share in the collective consciousness appear to be obsessing about evil entities and dark forces all of the time. In fact, they are so busy doing this that they hardly have any time or energy left to be co-creators in our spiritual evolution. They seem to miss the point that evil is about regression, destruction and reversing into the past. Evil is the antithesis of creation and expansion, and they seem to forget that what they focus on, sadly, does become their reality.

The good versus evil ‘battle’ has been waged one way or another since the dawn of civilization. It is an ancient archetype that is one of the most recognizable themes in literature and the arts. Let’s face it; ‘good guys versus bad guys’ is the stuff that bestsellers and box office hits are made of.

 

Eternal good is eternal becoming or eternally moving forward to greater life. Eternal evil is to cease becoming and “to be” that which was in the past – JJ Dewey

 

I guess it therefore comes as no surprise that some spiritual seekers are forever obsessing about the evil they fear may be creeping up on them. One only has to tune in to a few podcasts, or watch the latest online videos, to witness the spiritual community’s fixation on everything evil. Indeed, fundamentalism is not only found among the religious and the dogmatic. Some of the ‘spiritually enlightened’ and ‘intuitively evolved’ seem to insist on clinging to medieval concepts and out-dated superstitions.

Instead of being fully devoted to unconditional love, kindness, generosity, selflessness and the greater good, much energy, time and money is being spent every day fighting evil entities and keeping the ‘darkness’ and its ‘extremely powerful forces’ at bay. Potions, spells and candles are actually the very products that keep scam psychics and fake mediums in business. All this while the true battle of Armageddon is being fought right here under our noses, in the streets in front of our houses.

There is no dominating source of evil, because if there was, we would not exist, nature would not exist and neither would the Universe. It is counter-productive to assign so much influence and power to something that is in fact just vast emptiness, non-entity and anti-matter.

 

To rid ourselves of our shadows – who we are – we must step into either total light or total darkness. Goodness and evil – Jeremy P. Johnson

 

I have often said, and will say it again, if you want to know true evil just switch on the evening news. If you are curious to see the real face of Satan, you will find him lurking on the cover of celebrity magazines, in newspapers and on political campaign posters. The battle between good and evil is not being fought in the spiritual realm. Spirit knows no anger, envy, fear, violence or hatred. The real war is happening in mundane places, like the television set in your parlor or at your child’s school.

If you want to find demons, shadow people or anti-Christs, look for them in our educational institutions, communities, churches and governments. If you truly want to find evil incarnate, seek it among the school bullies in our midst, those who drive their peers to suicide or post vile online jokes about their deaths.

Stop hunting ghosts, witches, psychic vampires and energy thieves, and rather expose the narcissists among us who dominate, dictate and destroy so many relationships, families, careers and lives – devoid of empathy and compassion. Search also the boardrooms, public offices and parliaments. There you will find among our leaders and kings many ego-maniacs who abuse their power, corrupt their economy and violate the basic human rights of their people, while they wage senseless wars on their critics and each other.

 

It is a man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways – Buddha

 

Evil, darkness, threat and fear are not spiritual forces… they are the evil creations of man. JJ Dewey writes that “all forces, powers, and energies are neither good nor evil in themselves. They are completely neutral, but only become good or evil when they are intelligently directed.” He also states that “all energies and creations vibrating in their pure state are good.” And that is the whole point. Focusing so much of our thoughts, feelings and intentions on evil, instead of that which is good, is counter-productive and contrary to our Divine Purpose. We are here to serve each other and grow, expand and become, not to cast an exaggerated, ominous shadow over all that is potentially good in the world.

The spiritual realm is much like the natural world. It is in essence breathtakingly perfect, completely harmonious and utterly flawless. I have yet to meet an evil animal or discover a satanic plant. The only evil I have ever witnessed among plants and animals are the scars left on them by the inhumane, dark deeds of men. It is certainly not the devil who is trashing the environment, abusing the animal kingdom or trampling the hearts of loving women and breaking the spirits of brave men.

The Divine Light that you and I come from, and will return to one day, knows no evil and does not recognize the power of these shadows that some so willingly fear and follow. Believing in the supremacy of evil entities and dark beings implies that we all come from a spiritual place of imperfection. It suggests that the Divine Source is somehow diseased, that Creation is riddled with flaws and falsehoods that dwell among us. And, worst of all, that we are so far superior in our human state that we alone are capable of fixing this broken, dysfunctional or chaotic spiritual mess.

 

The reason our definition of good and evil changes over the ages is because our capacity to understand and experience freedom changes – JJ Dewey

 

I realize that for some it must be fun to indulge in this paranormal soap opera, but most of us simply don’t have the time, or the inclination. We know we have much work to do, gifts to offer, blessings to share. We are the Wounded Healers, the Empaths, the Shamans, the Indigo Children, the Starseeds, and the Lightworkers. We speak to the Angels, listen to our Spirit Guides and trust in the guidance of our Ancestors, Ascended Masters and Loved Ones. We fight true evil by saving the planet and healing humanity, by drying one tear at a time.

We have no need for spells, talismans or obsessive-compulsive psychic defenses, for we are surrounded by the everlasting and indestructible shields of Love, Peace and Harmony. The phenomenal power of our Spiritual Heritage surges through our being every moment of every day. We are illuminated by the Divine; there is much Light around us.

The spiritual evolution of mankind is our ultimate aim, our Divine duty. As we continue to expand the Universe, this dazzling, bright Light we carry will continue to emanate from us with much Glory. And we know that there shall come a time when there will be no more evil among men. And we shall know that all is Good.

© 2010 Anthon St Maarten

Ol’ Boogeyman Still Comin’ To Getcha?

In my line of work there is often an unhealthy obsession with the concept of evil. It appears we are simply not able to rid ourselves of this ‘thing’ we seem to have for the boogeyman (here in my country known as the tokoloshe).

Just the other day I was listening to a radio psychic scaring the living daylights out of his unsuspecting caller. She just wanted some career advice, but instead he was hell-bent on convincing her that her home was infested with evil entities. His charming co-host also jumped in to offer some old-wives’ cures for getting rid of all the demonic forces. Truth be told, the only disturbance I was picking up on was the fact that the poor, freaked out woman would not be getting much sleep for weeks!

Now, don’t get me wrong. The struggle between good and evil is very, very real. It is a fundamental component of the human condition. It is also the basis of all Creation. It stems from the duality found in every important aspect of our expanding Universe: dark versus light, life versus death, night versus day. Light needs the presence of darkness to be truly visible and meaningful.

 

A belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness –  Joseph Conrad

 

The co-existence of good and evil is also the basis for an inner conflict that each of us have to resolve in this lifetime. It is part of the reason why we are here. Both good and evil therefore do serve a purpose in the greater scheme of things. No doubt about that. But blaming the spiritual realm for the darkness of men is my idea of heresy and blasphemy.

Our morbid fascination with all things dark is as old as the hills, but it is still very much de rigueur. Just the fact that psychics and mediums are today still being accused of doing the devil’s work is sufficient proof in itself. In many religious circles ‘fire and brimstone’ remains the height of fashion. Not to mention the latest 2012 doomsday prophecies, conspiracy theories and apocalyptic visions of evil forces, undercover aliens and secret societies; all hype eagerly spread by fear-mongers, spin doctors and social entrepreneurs.

But those are the most obvious kinds of evil mania. What truly amazes me about our obsession with all things evil is that it is not something you only find in traditional churches or conservative circles. No, some truly gifted, spiritually aware and highly intuitive people, with whom I share many beliefs and blessings, are also fanatic about finding evil spirits, curses and dark entities under their beds, inside their closets …and deep-down in the purses and wallets of their clients.

 

The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance – Socrates

 

Yesterday a wonderful client called me, devastated and in tears. She had been persuaded by a well-meaning friend to “try out” another psychic she knows of… just for fun. The self-proclaimed ’spiritual advisor’ had a field day predicting doom and gloom for her current relationship and warned her that another woman was doing magick to steal her man away. She also offered to do spell work for her to fix the problem, to the tune of $400! Meanwhile my client’s love life is perfectly on track and they are in fact a very happy couple. How dare someone mess with the lives of others out of sheer greed? It truly disgusts me. May God have mercy on her soul.

It is deeply disappointing that many who share in the collective consciousness appear to be obsessing about evil entities and dark forces all of the time. In fact, they are so busy doing this that they hardly have any time or energy left to be co-creators in our spiritual evolution. They seem to miss the point that evil is about regression, destruction and reversing into the past. Evil is the antithesis of creation and expansion, and they seem to forget that what they focus on, sadly, does become their reality.

The good versus evil ‘battle’ has been waged one way or another since the dawn of civilization. It is an ancient archetype that is one of the most recognizable themes in literature and the arts. Let’s face it; ‘good guys versus bad guys’ is the stuff that bestsellers and box office hits are made of.

 

Eternal good is eternal becoming or eternally moving forward to greater life. Eternal evil is to cease becoming and “to be” that which was in the past – JJ Dewey

 

I guess it therefore comes as no surprise that some spiritual seekers are forever obsessing about the evil they fear may be creeping up on them. One only has to tune in to a few podcasts, or watch the latest online videos, to witness the spiritual community’s fixation on everything evil. Indeed, fundamentalism is not only found among the religious and the dogmatic. Some of the ‘spiritually enlightened’ and ‘intuitively evolved’ seem to insist on clinging to medieval concepts and out-dated superstitions.

Instead of being fully devoted to unconditional love, kindness, generosity, selflessness and the greater good, much energy, time and money is being spent every day fighting evil entities and keeping the ‘darkness’ and its ‘extremely powerful forces’ at bay. Potions, spells and candles are actually the very products that keep scam psychics and fake mediums in business. All this while the true battle of Armageddon is being fought right here under our noses, in the streets in front of our houses.

There is no dominating source of evil, because if there was, we would not exist, nature would not exist and neither would the Universe. It is counter-productive to assign so much influence and power to something that is in fact just vast emptiness, non-entity and anti-matter.

 

To rid ourselves of our shadows – who we are – we must step into either total light or total darkness. Goodness and evil – Jeremy P. Johnson

 

I have often said, and will say it again, if you want to know true evil just switch on the evening news. If you are curious to see the real face of Satan, you will find him lurking on the cover of celebrity magazines, in newspapers and on political campaign posters. The battle between good and evil is not being fought in the spiritual realm. Spirit knows no anger, envy, fear, violence or hatred. The real war is happening in mundane places, like the television set in your parlor or at your child’s school.

If you want to find demons, shadow people or anti-Christs, look for them in our educational institutions, communities, churches and governments. If you truly want to find evil incarnate, seek it among the school bullies in our midst, those who drive their peers to suicide or post vile online jokes about their deaths.

Stop hunting ghosts, witches, psychic vampires and energy thieves, and rather expose the narcissists among us who dominate, dictate and destroy so many relationships, families, careers and lives – devoid of empathy and compassion. Search also the boardrooms, public offices and parliaments. There you will find among our leaders and kings many ego-maniacs who abuse their power, corrupt their economy and violate the basic human rights of their people, while they wage senseless wars on their critics and each other.

 

It is a man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways – Buddha

 

Evil, darkness, threat and fear are not spiritual forces… they are the evil creations of man. JJ Dewey writes that “all forces, powers, and energies are neither good nor evil in themselves. They are completely neutral, but only become good or evil when they are intelligently directed.” He also states that “all energies and creations vibrating in their pure state are good.” And that is the whole point. Focusing so much of our thoughts, feelings and intentions on evil, instead of that which is good, is counter-productive and contrary to our Divine Purpose. We are here to serve each other and grow, expand and become, not to cast an exaggerated, ominous shadow over all that is potentially good in the world.

The spiritual realm is much like the natural world. It is in essence breathtakingly perfect, completely harmonious and utterly flawless. I have yet to meet an evil animal or discover a satanic plant. The only evil I have ever witnessed among plants and animals are the scars left on them by the inhumane, dark deeds of men. It is certainly not the devil who is trashing the environment, abusing the animal kingdom or trampling the hearts of loving women and breaking the spirits of brave men.

The Divine Light that you and I come from, and will return to one day, knows no evil and does not recognize the power of these shadows that some so willingly fear and follow. Believing in the supremacy of evil entities and dark beings implies that we all come from a spiritual place of imperfection. It suggests that the Divine Source is somehow diseased, that Creation is riddled with flaws and falsehoods that dwell among us. And, worst of all, that we are so far superior in our human state that we alone are capable of fixing this broken, dysfunctional or chaotic spiritual mess.

 

The reason our definition of good and evil changes over the ages is because our capacity to understand and experience freedom changes – JJ Dewey

 

I realize that for some it must be fun to indulge in this paranormal soap opera, but most of us simply don’t have the time, or the inclination. We know we have much work to do, gifts to offer, blessings to share. We are the Wounded Healers, the Empaths, the Shamans, the Indigo Children, the Starseeds, and the Lightworkers. We speak to the Angels, listen to our Spirit Guides and trust in the guidance of our Ancestors, Ascended Masters and Loved Ones. We fight true evil by saving the planet and healing humanity, by drying one tear at a time.

We have no need for spells, talismans or obsessive-compulsive psychic defenses, for we are surrounded by the everlasting and indestructible shields of Love, Peace and Harmony. The phenomenal power of our Spiritual Heritage surges through our being every moment of every day. We are illuminated by the Divine; there is much Light around us.

The spiritual evolution of mankind is our ultimate aim, our Divine duty. As we continue to expand the Universe, this dazzling, bright Light we carry will continue to emanate from us with much Glory. And we know that there shall come a time when there will be no more evil among men. And we shall know that all is Good.

© 2010 Anthon St Maarten

The Battle of Hastings

Yesterday a swarm of sturdy re-enactors gathered at Hastings, in England, on the very field where the battle was fought in 1066. The last Saxon king of England, Harold, died there, and William, Duke of Normandy, became king.

And suddenly the whole country had to learn medieval French.  All the existing power structures were changed and handed over to French nobles, and England would never be the same again. The Saxons were, effectively, frozen out of everything.

The upshot was that England became a ‘modern’ country; the English language absorbed the French language and became unimaginably rich and varied, and an ancient way of life died out forever. Paganism was out, for instance.

In case you think that these re-enactors are just a bunch of 350 louts who would do anything for a punch-up I have a surprise for you. Many of the carefully costumed ‘warriors’ marshaled yesterday were in fact women, not all of them young, and they knew they were part of a ritual. It was a ritual that acknowledged the way things must change, and it sanctioned the alterations that would come. In so doing they affirmed the hand-over, for better and for worse.

All Saviors disappoint: That’s their role

This week’s cover for the ‘New Yorker’ shows four cartoon frames.  A small figure walks towards us.  As it gets closer we see that it’s Obama, walking on water.  The final frame shows a surprised Obama as one leg disappears beneath the surface.

Very witty.  Some people really felt that, like Jesus, Obama could walk on water.  Now he’s suffered some set-backs. We grin.

But the metaphor has a deeper level.  All Saviors, including Jesus, disappointed their followers (think about the crucifixion and you’ll see what I mean). And that is the whole point.

Saviors are not here to do everything for us.  They arrive and ask us if we want to be part of the solution (‘Together We Can’) — and then we have to get on with saving our own lives.

So I’ll say to those disenchanted voters, did you even try to be part of the solution?  Really?  Or did you simply hand over a broken country to a new president and say, ‘Here, fix this mess’ ?  Frankly, you wouldn’t treat your car mechanic that way.  Why would you be less patient with your president?

The savior’s task is not to save you, but to get you to save yourself. 

So – are you up for it? After all, we can always choose to remain as Orphans. It’s our choice.

A guide on the journey: HERMES

 

 

 

In ancient Greece, travelers prayed to be accompanied by the  Messenger God, Hermes. Hermes gifts of communication, quick thinking, inventiveness, friendliness, and even a little larceny all help travelers. Contemporary men (and women), whose  occupations literally take them on the road, may know only this part of the archetype. But for those who also see life as a spiritual journey, Hermes is know as the Guide of Souls.

This Hermes, the Guide of Souls, speaks thought Joseph Campbell, when he advises us to “follow the bliss”. This Hermes is Yoda in Star Wars, the wise, gentle, ancient being who helped Luke Skywalker master his own fears and not  be taken in by illusions. This Hermes is Jung writing about the archetypes of the collective unconscious, bringing this whole inner world into intellectual awareness. This Hermes bridges worlds with his understanding, and brings word to us of the realm of the soul. He knows that the soul exists after death. He travels between the underworld and the highest places in the sky world, and knows the terrain in between.  This Hermes can discern the purity of an experience, just as the substance mercury will only bond with precious metals. He is a guide on the path to individuation who helps us know what is personally authentic, and supports our potential for growth and wholeness. When we listen to this Hermes, we recognize the truth of what he says.

Since Hermes, the Guide of Souls, is an archetype, it is part of each of us, potentially available to everyone, especially when we contemplate where we are on our journey, and go inward to get our bearings. Hermes is called by a variety of names. With spiritual outlook sometimes call Hermes the “inner guide” or “inner voice” In the psychiatric literature, Hermes is another name for “the inner self helper”.

Hermes help us to reconnect with cut-off parts of ourselves. To heal and make whole takes “remembering”. To do this, we must go downward or inward to find the pieces and bring them back to light. This is the task of Hermes.

It was Hermes who brought Persephone out the underworld, it was he who rescued the infant Dionysus, who was the dismembered god, and it is this archetype in us that can bring the repressed feminine or the divine child in each of us into consciousness. Thus his task is not only to find what was personally repressed, but also to resurrect archetypes that have been culturally buried.

As deities, Hermes and Hestia, Goddess of the Hearth, were paired together as part of the structure of the home; a herm or stone pillar representing Hermes stood at the doorway of each house; within and at the center of the household was Hestia’s hearth. These two deities, one as guardian and guide, the other as the source of warmth and illumination, symbolize aspects of the archetype of the Self.

 

Aphrodite, creativity and communication

Aphrodite consciousness is present in all creative work, including that done in solitude. The "relationship" dialogue is then between the person and the work, from which something new emerges. For example, observe the process when painter is engaged  with paint and canvas. And absorbed interchange occurs: the artist reacts or is receptive to the creative accidents of paint and brush: initiates actively with bold stroke, nuance, and color; and then, seeing what happens, responds. It is an interaction; spontaneity combines with developed skill. It is an interplay between artist and canvas, and as a result something is created that never before existed.

Moreover, while the painter focusses on the detail in front, also holds and awareness of the whole canvas in consciousness. At times, she steps back and objectively sees what she has been subjectively involved in creating. She is absorbed, involved- and also detached and objective. In both good communication and creative process, there is an interaction. Conversation, for example, can be banal, meaningless, wounding, or it can can be an art form, as spontaneous, moving, and wonderful as musical improvisation or jazz sessions, when the soul takes the flight in the momentum with the music and soars to rhapsodic heights one moment, and touches a deep chord next. The interaction is spontaneous in form, yet its substance may be deep and moving. The conversants feel excitement and discovery as each in turn sparks a response in the other. They mutually experience Aphrodite consciousness, which provides the energy field for communication or creativity to happen. Where the music will flow and the conversation will evolve, is not known at the start, or planned to. Discovery- the birth of something new.

Whenever Aphrodite consciousness is present, energy is generated; lovers glow with well-being and heightened energy conversation sparkles, synchronistic thoughts and feelings. When two beings truly meet each other, both receive energy from the encounter and feel more vitality than before, regardless of the content- Work becomes invigorating rather than draining. Absorbed by whom we are with, or by what we are doing, we lose track of time- a characteristic that Aphrodite shares with Hestia.

To make a dream come true, one must have a dream, believe in it, and work toward it.

Aphrodite, communion in love

"That Beautiful Taurus Bull girl. Her signs planetary symbol is; the Mirror of Aphrodite".

Aphrodite, Goddess of love and beauty represents; magic and process of power of transformation that she, alone had in Greek Mythology.  Aphrodite was an awesome presence who caused mortals and deities (with the exception of the 3 virgin goddess, immaculate mind) to fall in love and conceive new life. For Pygmalion, she turned a statue into a living woman. She inspired poetry and persuasive speech, and symbolizes the transformative and creative power of love.
 

Aphrodite, representing desire as symbol, was never victimized and did not suffer. In all her relationships the feelings of desire were mutual; she was never a victim of anyone’s unwanted passion for her. She valued emotional experience with others more than either independence from others (which motivated the virgin goddesses), or permanent bonds to others (which characterized the vulnerable goddesses). 
Aphrodite, relationships are important but not as long-term commitments to other people, once you manifested a desire, you move to another desire. Your limelight moves from one point of attention to another. Aphrodite seeks to consummate relationships and generate new life. This archetype may be expressed through physical intercourse or through a creative process. What she seeks she focus on what she is personally meaningful to her; others can not divert her from her goal. And in that what she values is solely subjective and cannot be measured in terms of achievement or recognition, Aphrodite is (paradoxically) most similar to anonymous, Hestia -who in the surface is the goddess most unlike Aphrodite. Appearances are deceitful.
 

Whomever or whatever Aphrodite imbues with beauty is irresistible. A magnetic attraction results, "chemistry" happens between the two, and they desire union above all else. They feel the powerful urge to get closer, to have intercourse, to consummate- or "know" the other, which was the biblical term. While this drive may be purely sexual, the impulse is often deeper, representing  an urge that is both psychological and spiritual. Intercourse is synonymous with communication or communion, consummation may speak of an urge toward completion or perfection, union is to join together as one, and to know and be known is what Aphrodite generates. If this desire leads to psychological, emotional, or spiritual spheres.

When Aphrodite influences a relationship, her effect is not limited to the romantic or sexual. Platonic love, soul connection, deep friendship, rapport, and empathic understanding all are expression of love. Whenever growth is generated a vision supported, potential developed, a spark of creativity encouraged – as can happen in mentoring, counselling, parenting, directing, teaching, editing, and doing psychotherapy and analysis – then Aphrodite is  there, affecting both people involved. 

We have to remember her focused consciousness as a limelight.

Although many of her stories can be of pure desire and many ended as tragedies, they are all choices and examples that show us the way to perfection-ate and shape our thoughts seeded by Mars. We shall never forget that in a non clear intention their conception was Deimos (terror) and Phebos (Fear).

In perfect communion we can manifest  and bask in beautiful Harmonia (harmony).

 

War and Peace

Dear Friends,

On September 20th, 2005 I and James Hillman are going to engage in a dialogue entitled War and Peace at Emory University in Atlanta.

This dialogue will be filmed and most probably be aired on public television. James Hillman is the author of the Soul

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