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Goddesses, Saints & Sirens The Third Eve
Entries categorized as ‘Goddesses, Saints & Sirens’ .... giving the premium of the light. Categories: Goddesses, Saints & Sirens ...
Archetypes: What are They? « The Third Eve
I’ve written briefly in the past about archetypes, but it appears that ... myth, fairy tales, and esoteric teaching (Jung, Archetypes 4). ...
Adoption as Legal Kidnapping « The Third Eve
Jun 29, 2008 ... I hope it’s clear that I don’t regard all adoptions as “legal kidnappings”–only the ones that fit the sort of description of those I give. ...
Adoption as Legal Kidnapping « The Third Eve
Jun 29, 2008 ... I hope it’s clear that I don’t regard all adoptions as “legal kidnappings”–only the ones that fit the sort of description of those I give. ...
The Middle Passage: Quoting James Hollis « The Third Eve
Oct 20, 2007 ... I’ve recently read Jungian analyst James Hollis’s book, The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife. It is one of the best books ...
Tremors « The Third Eve
Oh, I know that middle of the night, sick to the stomach feeling. I had it last summer, over our finances. I’ve had it about the health of my children. ...
Wind Talkers « The Third Eve
Feb 25, 2009 ... I know, then, that I’m a wind talker. And I watch my conscious ego with a raised eyebrow, for I know she can be a cold bitch drinking tea ...
Ten Snoggable Literary Characters « The Third Eve
Veronica at Toddled Dredge is clever, funny, and smart. Among the list of posts she decided not ... I have to see the lists, (I’m over from Toddled Dredge). ...
The Writing Life: Quoting Annie Dillard « The Third Eve
The most surprising thing about Annie Dillard’s ideas as a writer is that she says ... During her writing career, she has averaged a book every three years, ...
Jung’s Model of the Psyche « The Third Eve
Jul 6, 2008 ... Here it will be useful to share Jung’s model of the psyche to facilitate understanding. One doesn’t see a label for the person’s physical ...
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