Tag Archives: Carl Jung

WHY IS NON-CONFORMITY YOUR GREATEST ASSET IN THESE STRANGE TIMES?

By Dylan Charles Source: Waking Times Have you noticed that in most of the great works of dystopian science fiction and cinema there’s a recurring theme of mass conformity to uncomfortably rigid and enforced social norms? There’s always an impenetrable … Continue reading

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THE WAY OF THE MASTER: LIFE AS APPRENTICESHIP

By Gary Z McGee Source: Waking Times “It is the height of selfishness to merely consume what others create and to retreat into a shell of limited goals and immediate pleasures. Alienating yourself from your inclinations can only lead to … Continue reading

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REVISIONING JUNG’S IDEA OF SYNCHRONICITY

By Paul Levy Source: Waking Times Synchronicity is considered to be one of the most important ideas emerging out of the twentieth century. Jung coined the term synchronicity to describe a category of experience that defied and had an altogether … Continue reading

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WE ARE ALL BEING COOKED IN THE SOUP TOGETHER

By Paul Levy Source: Waking Times One of the recurring thought-forms that I hear repeated everywhere during these apocalyptic times is, “We are all in this together.” It is ironic that “we are all in this together,” and yet, our … Continue reading

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The Philosophy of Westworld

By Jeremy D. Johnson Source: Omni Michael Crichton wrote and directed Westworld for the big screen in 1973. That same decade, in 1976, an adjunct professor named Julian Jaynes made the bestseller list with a surprising title: The Origins of … Continue reading

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Pulling the Cosmic Trigger: The Contact Experiences of Philip K Dick & Robert Anton Wilson

Editor’s note: On this 87th anniversary of the birth of Philip K. Dick (December 16, 1928 – March 2, 1982), enjoy a deep dive into some of the more paranormal aspects of his life and how they relate to experiences … Continue reading

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Shadows & Light: Understanding Our Archetypal Nature

By Gary S. Bobroff Source: Reality Sandwich “I thought of Jung as a noetic archeologist, [he] provided maps of the unconscious.” – Terence McKenna Most of us imagine that we know ourselves pretty well. But like a periscope that thinks it’s … Continue reading

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