Shadow: accept your Own Dark Side. Feat. Alan Watts celebrating Jung.

If to enjoy even an enjoyable present we must have the assurance of a happy future, we are “crying for the moon.” We have no such assurance. The best predictions are still matters of probability rather than certainty, and to the best of our knowledge every one of us is going to suffer and die. If, then, we cannot live happily without an assured future, we are certainly not adapted to living in a finite world where, despite the best plans, accidents will happen, and where death comes at the end. Alan Watts Continue reading Shadow: accept your Own Dark Side. Feat. Alan Watts celebrating Jung.

Social Media vs Self Care. Good match!

Me too, I have been in and out Facebook, and MySpace, when it was the time for going social. People see you leaving and back, and again, they might be confused and wonder about our mental and social stability. They are right. The point is, … who cares? Do you miss something? Photo albums from your friends holiday vacations,  do they really mind about yours? What are you eating, at the restaurant, when you finally quitted attending restaurants can be so frustrating, right? Dating with someone pretty, because she is on the Facebook, posting sexy pictures, and she is adding … Continue reading Social Media vs Self Care. Good match!

The Warrior archetype.

The hero’s journey is first about taking a journey to find the treasure of your true Self. Some people, we say, have soul. They have loved, they have suffered, they have a deep sense of life’s meaning. Perhaps most important, they know who they are. Other people seem to have lost their souls. They may have material possessions – the right house, the right car, the right job, the right clothes; they may even have a stable family life and be religious. But inside themselves, they feel empty. Even when they go through the right motions, it is movement without … Continue reading The Warrior archetype.