Mandorla Consciousness: Part II
There is a time for everything. The dualism that gave rise to our evolving ego and developing Christ potential has become our worst enemy: the anti- Christ. And as long as we repress unwanted parts of ourselves and project them onto others—whether these be our compulsive instincts, dangerous emotions, or frightening aspects of our masculine and feminine sides—we will struggle through the darkness of confusion and the world will be a dangerous place.
Reblogged this on Joy's Creative Space and commented:
this is a wonderful message of process for our creative process love your written work
Many thanks! I’m glad you find it useful.
So much here spoke to me Jeanie, and I have got to come back when I have more time. Just wanted to send hugs and thanks in the meantime.
SO, here’s some hugs and thanks!
Thank you, Amanda. And I have one more post on creativity coming up next week. Maybe two more, depending on whether I gain more insights as I re-read what I’ve written so far! This is a big subject, and so much of it is unknown. So I’m having lots of fun exploring. Here’s some hugs and thanks back to you!
Wonderful series here, on creativity – a nice raw, bold honesty about the psyche.
Was reminded to come back and see what you’re writing about these days, cause I saw you are one of the presenters at the IASD conference – great news! Gosh, I’d love to hear you speak…. Who knows… 🙂
Hi Katalina, Thank you for checking in and letting me know you found this series meaningful! I love your “raw, bold honesty” observation. There’ll be more of that in tomorrow’s post!
Yes, I’m very honored to be the Friday night keynoter for the IASD conference in Virginia Beach this year. I hope you can make it. I won’t be attending the whole conference so if you are there for my talk, please do come up and say “Hi” afterwards. I’d love to meet you in person after all this time of connecting through words!