Externally or Internally Unified?

“Convincing people that “we’re all one” is done to make the masses easier to manipulate, and to herd them like sheep. However, our true power comes when we unify our fragmented and traumatized aspects of Self within, to become a whole person, intimate in relationship to Self. Such a unified being is unable to be herded or manipulated, and expresses their individual thought apart from the mass unconscious of the herd. Unconscious, enmeshed, and enslaved […]
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Dark Night of the Senses, or Dark Night of the Soul?

There is much confusion and misinformation about the “Dark Night of the Soul”, which is the fourth step out of five in the process of the Divine Marriage. Many people confuse step two, “Dark Night of the Senses”, with the “Dark Night of the Soul” though, where those who experience step two believe that they have “arrived” when they reach step three, which is the “illumination” phase. In step two’s Dark Night of the Senses, we lose […]
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Joss Whedon, Firefly, Serenity, and the Communitarian Agenda

Those who have taken the time to watch the television series Firefly, by Joss Whedon, a short lived spaghetti western and science fiction mash up, will tell you that its cancellation was one of the worst choices ever by a network.  The premise, characters,  story arc, creativity, dry wit, and humor, made Firefly, and its follow up theatrical release Serenity, endearing to new viewers, established fans, and critics alike.  His other projects, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, […]
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Nature, Nurture, and Our Three Minds

Is it nature or nurture that contributes most to who we are when we grow up?  Let’s explore this debate from a unity consciousness perspective… “Nature versus nurture” is a psychology term related to whether heredity or the environment most impacts human psychological development (behavior, habits, intelligence, personality, sexuality, aggressive tendencies, and so on).~Google This is typical dualistic thinking, where an either/or option is presented, however, in reality it is actually nature AND nurture that […]
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The Seven Sermons to the Dead

Carl Jung is a pioneer in reviving the concepts of Gnostic awakening and sacred sexuality, having brought concepts such as individuation, synchronicity, the collective unconscious, archetypes, extroversion and introversion, shadow work, and more. He did this profound work not only on his own, but with help from his wife Emma Jung, his lovers Sabina Spielrein and Toni Wolff, and his spirit guide Philemon. The foundation of his later work was originally written in six black diaries, […]
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Shadow Quotes

As you may already know, we place a lot of focus on exploring our shadow side in the Hive, as we feel it holds the key to unlocking our ultimate sensual, financial, and relational potential in life. Because of this, we thought we’d pass along our favorite quotes on the shadow, that most dastardly aspect of ourselves that we wish we could conceal, but once gazed upon fully, allows us to transform into a magnificent […]
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Do you Receive an Oscar for Awakening?

>>It is understatement in the extreme to say that spiritual opening is not necessarily a benign, nice, neat, or comfortable process. Initially we may flirt with spiritual opening, doing some meditation practices, reading spiritual or metaphysical literature, trying out different teachers and teachings, perhaps hoping that our spiritual experiences will make us happier or more successful, but when we go, or are compelled to go, beyond spiritual dilettantism and cultism, reaching the point where we […]
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To Transcend Yourself Be Yourself

“Many equate spiritual awakening and liberation with somehow moving beyond selfhood, but my deepest intuition about this is that the more deeply we ARE our uniquely individuated self, the closer we are to fully awakening to who and what we truly are. In short, to transcend yourself be yourself.” ~Robert Augustus Masters
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Individuation or Consciousness Soup?

“We’ve got a radically different view of unity consciousness, one that has permeated all of our writings for the past several years, where individuation of the Self from out of the muddied waters of duality consciousness results in complete individuality and uniqueness, and not less. We call the unity concept of the duality paradigm “consciousness soup”, which is an enmeshed mass of beings who have given up their individuality to a collective “we” and hierarchy—it’s […]
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Increase the Effectiveness of Self-Awareness with a Feedback Device

This article is best viewed when in “Full Screen” mode, click the icon at the bottom right hand side of the Scribd embed of the article to achieve this. Increase the Effectiveness of Growth with a Feedback Device by Nathan Martin & Aline Van Meer   More on the “Feedback Device” between the Source and the Mirror, called here as us and the vacuum. He also discusses how it is “within” and “without” when worked […]
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Individuation Is Unity

“Full individuation of Self, the apex of individuality, is unity consciousness, as it is the height of unique Self-expression. Unity is not losing yourself into a mass blob of consciousness, it is individuating your Self from it.” ~Nathan & Aline
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Embrace Your Shadow Side

This is really important to understand, especially in Tantra, as many people use Tantra as a spiritualized excuse to jump into selfish gratification, rather than an opportunity to understand their sexual motivations, to then transform them into something more powerful. * * * * * When we say “embrace your shadow side”, we are not encouraging you to indulge yourself with an orgy of selfish gratification, but rather we are encouraging a compassionate and intimate […]
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Being Unique Makes us One

Being unique, not the same, is what makes us One. Coming together for a cause or patriotism is a lower form of unity, it is enmeshing (uniting) through the same pain, to end the perceived source of the pain (somewhere out there)…higher unity is working together as unique functions, each doing their own unique thing to support the greater whole to promote peace, love, and joy. “Nature is busy creating absolutely unique individuals, whereas culture […]
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Co-creating with God

Just as the masculine and feminine are two unique functions and were never meant to compete or dominate one another, God and Creation are also two unique puzzle pieces that are meant to fit together to complete each other, not to compete or dominate one another. In unity consciousness, the masculine and feminine co-create together as two unique puzzle pieces that flow harmoniously as One, and similarly, the Heavenly realm, God, and the Manifested realm, […]
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Individuation Breaks a Person Free

“Individuation breaks a person free from societal sameness and conditioning and into their own unique and special functions within the greater societal whole. This is much like the different unique parts and functions within a tree — the roots, trunk, branches, and leaves are all unique functions; one is not exalted, better, or dominant over another, but they are all one through the support that they synergistically give to each other within the overall tree […]
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Profound Reflection is Needed

“To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed; and suddenly we realize how uncommonly difficult the discovery of individuality in fact is.” ~ Carl Jung “The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious” (1928). In CW 7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. P. 242
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Individuation, Enmeshment, & Oneness

Many spiritual adherents and teachers believe in equality and sameness as unity, unfortunately, we feel that it is a misconception of our human psychology and the awakening process; we are not meant to be the same as each other, but individual and unique in relationship to one another. The more “unique” or “individual” a person is, the less they compete or attempt fairness with others, accepting life as it is in the present moment. Carl […]
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