Tag Archive | C.G. Jung

2018: Integrating the shadow for the collective

2018: Integrating the shadow for the collective


Dearest readers, 2018 is a year where the presence of the shadow in society will be unavoidable. Chaos, violence, crime, people being offended, the eruption of sex scandals, political intrigues, and abuses against people, animals, and the planet will explode exponentially. These eruptions which are already quite visible are increasing so that humanity can integrate […]

Condensing parallel universes: the road back to Self


Dearest readers, I have this image in my mind that I am going to paint, and I will describe it here with words. The energy field around our bodies which is the vehicle by which we can travel to all dimensions, called by some the merkabah, by others a torus, is fragmented, deactivated or weakened […]

What do Buddha, Jesus, and C.G. Jung have in common?


Dear readers, I’ve written about how co-dependency is encouraged in our culture and relationships, so much so that most people don’t even notice how their relationship to self and to the world is permeated by drama and the inability to face one’s own shadows and pain honestly. Numbed by overwork, entertainment, and countless distractions, we […]

Bringing Meaning, Art and Symbolic Language Back into Architecture & Daily Life


Museum of Contemporary Art, Nice, France Hello readers, Although we are all bombarded in most parts of the world with a constant barrage of images and messages from advertisers and media, the Fine Arts have taken a long leave of absence from our living rooms, abdicating the places of business that we frequent on a daily business. The […]

Mirror, Mirror: On Relationship


Double self-portrait as child and adult from Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook Project 2012 Mirror, mirror on the wall, do you read me at all? A man who works as a therapist and couples counselor told me that “we don’t need people, but we do need relationships”.  It sounds like a self-defeating statement, until you start […]