Tag Archives: Rudolf Otto

The Reality of Dreams in Henry Fuseli’s Art

Henry Fuseli’s paintings fire up the soul. What is special about this eighteenth-century artist is that he never painted from “nature” but rather he chose to cast his eye inwards and look for inspiration in the fiery depths of his … Continue reading

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The Sublime Silence of Stonehenge

“Pile of Stone-henge! so proud to hint yet keep Thy secrets, thou that lov’st to stand and hear The Plain resounding to the whirlwind’s sweep, Inmate of lonesome Nature’s endless year.” William Wordsworth’s , “Guilt and sorrow; or incidents upon … 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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