Our penchant for breaching natural boundaries has produced the astounding technological advances we now enjoy. It has likewise led us …
Author: Alisa Ruddell
Christians have a long tradition of discussing human appetites—for corporeal things like food, sex, and comfort, as well as for incorporeal things …
As a child growing up in the evangelical church of the ‘80s and ‘90s, I heard plenty about the “end times.”
Read part three. Why You Can Thank Medieval Nominalism for Your Modern Neuroses Your problems aren’t just your problems, and they won’t be solved overnight, … Read More ›
Read part two. Of All Evil I Deem You Capable Jung said each of us must possess the utmost possible knowledge of our own wholeness, … Read More ›
Read part one. A Tale of Two Elephants: Metaphors for the Unconscious Because you are a hybrid creature, a mixture of the mortal dust of … Read More ›
Jung believed that dream symbols had the value of parables. He said that dreams do not conceal, but rather teach in the best way they know how — not in words but in images.
“Each of us literally chooses, by his way of attending to things, what sort of universe he shall appear to himself to inhabit.” William James … Read More ›
A few years ago, suffering and death took a sledgehammer to my neat little map of reality.