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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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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Sameness is Not Harmonious

“Sameness is not harmonious or in unity, but is instead a lack of Self-awareness of your own specific, honed, and unique gifts in life. However, harmony is the many unique gifts coming together to support one another as a unit; which is Oneness.” ~Nathan & Aline Excerpt take from the article “Individuation, Enmeshment, & Oneness”: http://divinepollination.com/individuation-enmeshment-oneness/
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