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Archetype: Medusa

Medusa

Archetype: Medusa – The Personification of Anger and Revanchist Retribution “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.” ~Mark Twain Medusa, along with her sisters, Euryale and Stheno were daughters of the Titans of the Sea, Porcys and Ceto. The Medusa (Algol) was the ... Read More »

Archetype: Perseus

Perseus-and-Andromeda-the-olympians

The Personification of Courage “Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”  ~Anais Nin Acrisius, king of Argos, was the father of Danaë, a beautiful girl, but was disappointed not to have a male child. When he consulted the oracle about the absence of a male heir, he received information that he  never would produce a son, but in ... Read More »

The Mechanics of Archetypal Experiences of the Collective Consciousness

Astrological Archetypes

Astrological Archetypes and Myths Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. ~Carl Gustav Jung According to Carl Jung, the Greek gods and all the myths that surround them are archetypal symbols that pertain to our collective unconscious.  In other words, they are the deep motivational ... Read More »

The State of Mind and the Immune System

The State of Mind and the Immune System

“The kingdom of heaven in not a place but a state of mind.” ~ John Burroughs The state of mind and the immune system’s effectiveness are directly related.  It is proven by science that a negative mental state has the power to weaken the T-lymphocytes[1] in the immune system and cause suffering. This is what happens when a person is ... Read More »

Thales of Miletus: Nine Answers of a Wiseman

Thales_HumanityHealing

Thales of Miletus (1) was born in Thebes in the year 625 BC and died in Athens, 547 BC, at age 78.  He was a Greek philosopher, founder of the Ionian school and he was considered to be one of the Seven Sages of Greece. Mathematician, astronomer, and great thinker, Thales toured Egypt, where he conducted studies and was directly ... Read More »

Emptiness and the Shore Beyond – Part II

The Shore Beyond

Note: Please first read and watch the video Emptiness and the Shore Beyond – Part I The Essence of the Heart Sutra is centered on the phrase “The form is nothing but emptiness, and emptiness is nothing but form”. All things are empty – this includes our psychic qualities, our thoughts, feelings, sensations, perceptions, our body and all the reality ... Read More »

Emptiness and the Shore Beyond – Part I

Emptiness and the Shore Beyond

“Emptiness is bound to bloom, like hundreds of grasses blossoming.” ~Eihei Dogen, Sky Flowers The Sunyata, the Emptiness, which is at the center of the Buddhist doctrine, is often not adequately understood. It is not a pessimistic or fatalistic doctrine, invented by an unhappy mind. It is the total and deep experience of a very healthy state of consciousness. We ... Read More »

Prayer of an Anonymous Abbess

Prayer for old age

“Prayer of an Anonymous Abbess” Lord, thou knowest better than myself that I am growing older and will soon be old. Keep me from becoming too talkative, and especially from the unfortunate habit of thinking that I must say something on every subject and at every opportunity. Release me from the idea that I must straighten out other peoples’ affairs. ... Read More »

The Esoteric Significance of the Cerebellum II

Alta Major Chakra

Note: This article is reserved for Members of the University. To join, please visit Membership Spiritual Anatomy The five senses are also expressions of our human powers. We use them constantly and generally accept that they obey only mechanical physical laws. But as our physical bodies in the womb were built upon the manifesting astral body, it is understandable that ... Read More »

The Esoteric Significance of the Cerebellum I

Brain-sections

According to the new Gnosis Movement, the Cerebellum is the “Heart of the Esoteric Man”. The brain itself is called the anterior brain and cerebellum is the posterior brain, or hindbrain, or the intuitive brain. It has such importance that there are many mystic techniques to activate this power center.  In the cerebellum reside the main connections that networks the ... Read More »

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