The All Seeing Eye, and How to Defeat It

This was an article that Aline and I wrote back in October of 2014 on our Scribd page, but I wanted to post it here again, because it is still pertinent, especially in regards to envy.  The “All Seeing Eye” is above all envious of beauty, and devours it thinking that it will make itself happy, abundant, and fulfilled. “Nothing is more valuable to the evil one than his eye, […] Read more »

Rights vs Privileges – The NFL Protests: Taking a Knee & Bowing

Do the employees of a private corporation, such as the National Football League (NFL – which holds their player’s rights), who are privileged to play American football at the professional level, have the right to free speech at their employer’s offices (stadiums)? What is the nature of rights and privileges, and what is their difference? There is an argument, such as when Facebook, YouTube, or Google censors people, that since […] Read more »

Carl Jung and the Shadow: Integrating the Hidden Power of Your Dark Side

“The shadow, when it is realized, is the source of renewal…When there is an impasse, and sterile time in our lives—despite an adequate ego development—we must look to the dark, hitherto unacceptable side which has been at our conscious disposal.” ~Edward Whitmont Learn how to do shadow work for yourself, easily and effortlessly, HERE. Read more »

Carl Jung, the Shadow, and the Dangers of Psychological Projection

“The sad truth is that man’s real life consists of a complex of inexorable opposites—day and night, birth and death, happiness and misery, good and evil. We are not even sure that one will prevail over the other, that good will overcome evil, or joy defeat pain. Life is a battleground. It always has been, and always will be.” (Carl Jung, Approaching the Unconscious) “Of the many metaphors used to […] Read more »

How Mob Mentality Gets Worse Online

This is a great video that describes the psychology of the herd/mob.  Nietzsche went to great lengths about the matter, as well as many great psychologists, including Carl Jung, who detailed the need to individuate (psychologically differentiate) oneself from out of the herd/mob, in order to become a unique and whole individual. What Jung called “Selfhood”, is what we as gray mystics would term reaching the “Divine Union” and the “Alchemical […] Read more »

Dr Jordan Peterson – Maps of Meaning – Full Course

Dr Jordan Peterson, a psychology professor at Toronto University, has a fascinating lecture (university course) online (linked below) called “Maps of Meaning” where he goes into the psychology of tyranny, and how each of us has the capacity to serve evil within us. It is in discovering this capacity before it happens that allows the individual to stave off the fate of performing evil against others. The course draws on […] Read more »

Carl Jung and The Achievement of Personality

In this video we examine a chapter from Carl Jung’s Collected Works in which he investigates the achievement of personality, describing it as: “the prototype of the only meaningful life, that is, of a life that strives for the individual realization of its own law.” ~Academy of Ideas How to Support the Academy of Ideas: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/academyofideas PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/academyofideas Carl Jung and The Shadow: https://gum.co/jung-shadow Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2kI9BuL Read more »

Are You the One?

Since I made my video on the Mandela Effect whistleblower, I’ve received an awful lot of people claiming to be the One mentioned in the video. Because of this trend, I decided to make a video exploring what and who the One actually is, and give myself a video to send as a reply to anybody else who claims to be the One. At the very least, I would safely […] Read more »

Joseph Campbell and the Myth of the Hero’s Journey

In this video the author’s explore the relationship between mythology and the unconscious, and look at the mono-myth Joseph Campbell called the myth of the hero’s journey. Joseph Campbell was also the mentor of George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars: Read more »

Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey Featuring Carl Jung & the Mythology of Star Wars

George Lucas and Star Wars was inspired by Joseph Campbell’s work “the Hero’s Journey”, while Joseph Campbell was inspired by Carl Jung’s psychological models. Carl Jung developed what we know as shadow work, which integrates the darkness and light into one within an individual. George Lucas was therefore in the mystical lineage of the man who pioneered the Gray Mystic’s (Jedi’s) path to emotional wholeness, balance, and mastery. Campbell’s ideas […] Read more »