The Psychology of Astrology

“I can only gaze with wonder and awe at the depths and heights of our psychic nature. Its non-spatial universe conceals an untold abundance of images which have accumulated over millions of years of living development and become fixed in the organism… And these images are not pale shadows, but tremendously powerful psychic factors… BesideContinue reading “The Psychology of Astrology”

The Psychology of Angels

Angels have fascinated human consciousness since the beginning of time. The angel is a recurring archetype within many civilisations, and is present in religion, literature, philosophy, and esotericism, as well as in art, movies and games. The word angel derives from the Greek angelos, which is the default translation of the Biblical Hebrew term mal’ākhContinue reading “The Psychology of Angels”

The Psychology of The Wise Old Man (Sage)

The Wise Old Man or Sage is an archetype that is recognised by almost everyone, be it in stories, games, movies, or everyday life. In myth he is often shown as one living in isolation, meditating and living a simple life deep in a forest, in the mountains, or in other uninhabited places. Introduction TheContinue reading “The Psychology of The Wise Old Man (Sage)”

The Quest for the Holy Grail (The Self)

The Holy Grail has fascinated the Western consciousness for a long time. It is a treasure that serves an important motif in Arthurian legend, which flourished from the 12th to the 16th century, and belongs to the so-called Matter of Britain, associated with Great Britain and the legendary King Arthur, who presided over the knightsContinue reading “The Quest for the Holy Grail (The Self)”

The Psychology of Fairy Tales

Fairy tales occupy a special place in our lives as early as childhood. Bedtime stories is a tradition that goes back to an ancient way of life, where people would, after a hard day of work, light up the hearth, and gather around the fire as night was approaching, when everyone had eaten and wereContinue reading “The Psychology of Fairy Tales”

The Psychology of The Devil

God and the Devil, are the two fundamental patterns of human existence. The path of light: good, truth, beauty, life, heaven, and salvation, and the path of darkness: evil, deception, betrayal, rebellion, negation of life, hell, and damnation. Introduction The reality of evil is a source of deep and uncanny fascination. In fact, it seemsContinue reading “The Psychology of The Devil”

The Psychology of The Fool

The fool is one of the most relatable, intriguing and recurring figures in the world. There have been fools who have caused surprise and laughter since time immemorial. We worship folly by seeing it in people and in the world and by willingly displaying it in ourselves. It is one of the timeless archetypes, whichContinue reading “The Psychology of The Fool”

The Psychology of Personality Types (Know Yourself)

We all have a particular personality type, and at the same time, we are all unique. To partake in the journey of discovering who we truly are, it is necessary for us to know our true and authentic personality. The quest to know ourselves allows us to better understand the complexity and intricacies of theContinue reading “The Psychology of Personality Types (Know Yourself)”

The Psychology of The Wounded Healer

One must be wounded to become a healer. Many people, however, experience suffering and do not become healers; practically everyone could become a healer if it depended only on the experience of suffering. It is only by overcoming suffering and having been wounded that one may become a healer. We have to follow the wayContinue reading “The Psychology of The Wounded Healer”

The Psychology of The Man-Child (Puer Aeternus)

The term puer aeternus is Latin for eternal boy. It is mentioned for the first time in the Metamorphoses, written by the Roman poet Ovid. The child god Iacchus is praised in his role in the Eleusinian mysteries, initiations related to Greek goddesses, and the most famous of the secret religious rites of ancient Greece.Continue reading “The Psychology of The Man-Child (Puer Aeternus)”