Tag: Gaia

Ancient Mysticism: When the Gods were Goddesses

“The Goddess does not rule the world; She is the world. Manifested in each of us, She can be known internally by every individual,...

The Inverted Tree and the Mystery of Reversed Kundalini

“We are composed of agonies not polarities.” ~ James Hillman The Inverted tree (arbor inversa), rooted in the heavens and flourishing earthward, is an archetypal...

Animus Rising: The Power of Shakti Birthing Shiva

“The Hindus say that without Shakti, the personified feminine life force, Shiva, who encompasses the masculine ability to act, becomes a corpse. She is...

How to Heal the Mother Wound

“I wanna be free, so free, Like a flower and a bee, Like a bird in a tree, Like a dolphin in the sea. Pachamama, I’m coming home To...

Eco-moral Tribalism for Progressive Sustainability

Progressive sustainability, as opposed to progressive unsustainability, is a challenging prospect. Perhaps the only thing more challenging is figuring out how to live in...

Aggrandized Ego, Alienated Soul: Contesting the Atrophy of Instinct in an Age of Anxiety

“Civilized man is in danger of losing all contact with the world of instinct –a danger that is still further increased by his living...

Saving Gaia: Disassembling the Man-machine

"Nature has neither core nor skin: she’s both at once outside and in." – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Wild nature and human nature are...

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5 Zen Koans that Will Open Your Mind

“Out of nowhere, the mind comes forth.” ~ The...

Understanding the Third, Fourth and Fifth Dimensional Reality

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Sexual Intimacy and Its Connection with Aural Energy

“If everything goes well & sex is natural &...

Why do We Fear Death?

“A man who thinks that death is the enemy...

What the Mayan Zodiac Signs Speak about Your Personality

“Mayan Astrology offers a perspective on human existence not...

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The 8 Pillars of Joy: A Path to Inner Peace

Each one of us has the ability to write our own story, and our heart and mind are the main characters in it. When...