Alchemy is as much psychological as it is scientific. The Union of opposites, the yin and yang, YOGIC philosophy and ideals, all relate to a balancing to create equanimity in mind, body and spirit. Being human is an intimate journey, and touch and sexuality are vital for our beings to grow, develop, learn and pass … Continue reading Alchemy & Psychology #3
Below is more symbolism related to ancient Alchemy and it's significance within the world around us, and the universe. Enjoy ❤ ~~~*~~~ Alchemy symbols "(Great Work)" - Sun - Symbol: Gold Crescent Moon - Symbol:- Silver Time and Date Venus - Symbol: Copper Mars - Symbol: Iron Space Facts Jupiter - Symbol: Tin Mercury - … Continue reading Alchemy, Part II
Webster's dictionary defines alchemy as: "any seemingly magical process of transmuting ordinary materials into something of true merit." The roots of alchemy can be traced back to Egypt. The word alchemy may be derived from the Arabic "al kimiya" meaning "the magical craft of the black country." Ancient Egyptians were master metalworkers and believed that … Continue reading Introduction to Alchemy
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The moon and sun are distant lovers, to meet only distantly, opposite from one another. Though neither can be beside one another, one can not be without the other. The sun is the light of the moon, the moon is the other half of the sun; together they are a balancing act of creation. The moon with no sun is only a dark, cold, desolate land, and the sun with no moon to shine light upon is only a fiery ball of unpredictability, always spreading non-stop heat; he only would be a violent ball of destructive heat without his moon to shine on. But there are those rare occasions, when moon and sun come into alignment, and when that happens a night sweeps the landscape, as if there is a dawn within the night.
Let our bodies be an example of this. Our body is the moon, our lover is…
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This is the third post that appears to be developing into the “Shadow Self” series. Below C. G. Jung speaks about the conscious (ego) and unconscious (shadow self, archetypes) parts of our psyches and how the collide (clash) to form dualism or polarity. C. G. Jung speaks about symbolism, wholeness of the self through the mandala, and the dualism between … Continue reading Shadow Self Part 3: Clash of the Opposites