Category Archives: consciousness

The 12 Jungian Personality Archetypes: Which Ones Are You?

The human mind is complex. With the help of neuroscientists, modern psychology is still trying to work out how the mind and consciousness works. But we don’t seem to be any closer to understanding than Sigmund Freud or Carl G. Jung.

Jungian archetypes

Jung’s theories have largely been dismissed as pseudo-philosophy because of their mystical nature. He agreed with ancient wisdom that said there is only the one True Self. Until we discover that Truth, we have a split personality disorder.

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The Symbolic Meaning of Bells

Bells have a deep symbolic meaning that is associated with the mind and the expansion of consciousness. You have to do some digging to reach that conclusion of course. Well, you don’t because I’ve done all the graft for you.

Bells are symbolic of super consciousness
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The Symbolic Meaning of the Vesica Piscis

Let’s dive straight into this: it’s fish related.

Vesica Piscis
A Christian saint emerging from the womb of the Cosmic Mother

The Vesica Piscis represents balance and creation. But as I will demonstrate in this article it has a deeper meaning – that creation is the result of consciousness. Perfect creation requires a balance of male and female energies. Continue reading The Symbolic Meaning of the Vesica Piscis

The Deeper Symbolic Meaning of Ganesh – That Hindu God You Kinda Know

Lord Ganesh is arguably the most recognisable of all the Hindu Gods. The distinguishable elephant head is a dead give-away, even if you can’t always remember his name…

…how many times have you caught yourself saying, “Oh, that’s that Hindu God, what’s his chops…?”

Or is that just me!

Hindu God Ganesh
Ganesh: The Remover of Obstacles..and a little bit more

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Love = Consciousness = Love

There are many ironies in the world, and the following quote by Napoleon Bonaparte is one of them: a tyrant talking about love.

You expand your consciousness when you learn to understand yourself. When you learn to love yourself, you love other people with far greater purpose. Make love, not war. So what and who was behind Napoleon’s reign of destruction if he knew about the need to embrace love?

Perhaps he just didn’t love enough.

The extent of your consciousness is limited only by your ability to love

When you love yourself, you know yourself and knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.

 

The Symbolic Meaning of the Adityas God, Aryaman

In the Rig Vedas, Aryaman is named as one of the 33 important gods. On that basis alone, it is worth looking into the esoteric symbolism surrounding the ancient deity to determine what lessons modern man can learn from ancient civilisations.

Finding balance in life

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