Tag Archives: Liz Greene

Thinking of Love

 This malady which Swann’s love had become had so proliferated, was so closely interwoven with all his habits, with all his actions, with his thoughts, his health, his sleep, his life, even with what he hoped for after his death, … Continue reading

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Fair as the Moon, Clear as the Sun and Terrible as an Army with Banners

Marc Chagall, Song of Songs II The title today comes from The Song of Songs. I think these words are are a beautiful expression of the power and the essence of the sacred feminine. I am still smitten by The … 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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The Secret Speech of the Soul

Blendon Reed Campbell, Dancing Nymphs   The language of myth is still, as ever, the secret speech of the inarticulate human soul; and if one has learned to listen to this speech with the heart, then it is not surprising … Continue reading

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