Tag Archives: instincts

Symbolism of the Labyrinth

The myth of Minotaur tells the story of greed and tyranny, which led Minos to deny a sacrificial bull to Poseidon. The angry god punished the king by making his wife fall in love with the bull. The fruit of … Continue reading

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Fate: A Jungian Perspective

My fate cries out, And makes each petty artery in this body As hardy as the Nemean lion’s nerve. Shakespeare, Hamlet The following article is greatly inspired by Liz Greene’s book The Astrology of Fate. I have yet to find … Continue reading

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