How, literally, does #Inspiration happen at La Muse? - La Muse http://lamuseinn.com/how-literally-does-inspiration-happen-at-la-muse/?utm_content=buffer271ad&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #retreat

How, literally, does #Inspiration happen at La Muse? - La Muse http://lamuseinn.com/how-literally-does-inspiration-happen-at-la-muse/?utm_content=buffer271ad&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #retreat

"Knowledge of the Idea of the absolute ethical order depends entirely on the establishment of perfect adequacy between intuition and concept, because the Idea itself is nothing other than the identity of the two. But if this identity is to be actually known, it must be thought as a made adequacy."  Hegel

"Knowledge of the Idea of the absolute ethical order depends entirely on the establishment of perfect adequacy between intuition and concept, because the Idea itself is nothing other than the identity of the two. But if this identity is to be actually known, it must be thought as a made adequacy." Hegel

Jean Tatlock, M.D., Robert Oppenheimer's Communist love interest who committed suicide in 1944.

Jean Tatlock, M.D., Robert Oppenheimer's Communist love interest who committed suicide in 1944.

“I am not one of those who neglect the body in order to make of it a sacrificial offering for the soul, since my soul would thoroughly dislike being served in such a fashion.”

Rilke on the Symbiosis Between the Body and the Soul

“I am not one of those who neglect the body in order to make of it a sacrificial offering for the soul, since my soul would thoroughly dislike being served in such a fashion.”

Another way I put it is: in the first half of life the prevailing question is, “what does the world want of me”? To answer this question ego and social development are obligatory. However, in the second half of life, the question is, “what does the soul (Greek psyche) want of me”? Whoever does not address this question, submit the ego to transcendent claim, will be brought unwilling to it sooner or later. - James Hollis PhD, Jungian Analyst

Another way I put it is: in the first half of life the prevailing question is, “what does the world want of me”? To answer this question ego and social development are obligatory. However, in the second half of life, the question is, “what does the soul (Greek psyche) want of me”? Whoever does not address this question, submit the ego to transcendent claim, will be brought unwilling to it sooner or later. - James Hollis PhD, Jungian Analyst

"Philosophy always requires something more, requires the eternal, the true, in contrast to which even the fullest existence as such is but a happy moment."  Kierkegaard

"Philosophy always requires something more, requires the eternal, the true, in contrast to which even the fullest existence as such is but a happy moment." Kierkegaard

Carl Jung on birth, life and death.

Carl Jung on birth, life and death.

On June the great psychologist Carl Gustav Jung died at his villa at Küsnacht, on the shore of Lake Zurich, Switzerland. He was 86 years old. Jung viewed death as a fulfillment, rather than a negation, of life.

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