by Michael Erlewine
...These outer planets are Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto, and the three together have been called the following: Out-of-Body Planets, Transcendental Planets, Metaphysical Planets, After-Death Planets, Planets of the Unconscious, Spiritual Planets, Impersonal Planets, Psychic Planets, and other names. Why these names? What are these outer planets all about?...
Editor's Note: You won't want to miss this part for Michael's Shamanistic description of the first Saturn Return as "a major initiation" ~ then catch up by entering Astro Shamanism in the search function above and selecting astrology from the drop down menu.
by Mary Alice Long, PhD
Analytical psychology at its core emphasizes the process of individuation, a life-long process of transformation. Each of us is unique and called to grow in maturity through a process of psychic integration. How can we explore and expand our creativity in the process of individuating?...
Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Seattle based Jungian therapist provides poetry and prompts to expand creativity and the process of self-discovery.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Marina Mosina-Frazier, CFMW
One of the first tools Access ConsciousnessTM teaches is “Light and Heavy.”
We ask a question or read the energy of a situation and ask: “Does this feel light or heavy to me?”
Editor's Note: Success, skill and competency in energy medicine all rest on a foundation of self-senstivity, self-trust and psychic self-protection, feeling safe to explore. Rudolf Steiner said to teach children new ideas first thru polarities. This applies equally for encouraging adults to reawaken long-unused perceptions. Light~heavy, warm~cool, upward~downward and loud~soft are good percepts to "listen" for when encountering something new. Which pair of these is easiest for you to perceive inside?
by Steffany Barton, RN
In a rut. Stuck. Hit a wall. Plateau.
Lost your groove.
We’ve all had moments when we feel stifled, out of sorts, psychically frumpy and physically lumpy. We want stability, but too often, the habits that seem to pacify imprison us with invisible walls of stagnation. Crippled by routine, our life force, our creativity and vitality, wane...
Intuition & Symbols
by Glenn Perry, PhD
In the 1930's, Dane Rudhyar began to reformulate modern astrology in terms of Jung's analytical psychology. He especially focused on Jung's idea that the psyche was a dynamic compound of opposing forces in equilibrium, and that the psyche was intrinsically motivated to evolve in the direction of psychic wholeness, a process Jung called individuation. Jung believed that the process of personality transformation was innate, or teleologically motivated...
Editor's Note: In Part 3 of Glenn Perry’s “The birth of Psychological Astrology” we have a fascinating look at the origins of what most of us practicing and using astrology believe today. Dane Rudhyar, known as the father of Humanistic Astrology was one of the great thinkers of all time... See Part 1 and Part 2.
by Eden Kozlowski
ATH Co-Editor of Meditation
I am staring out of my rainy, kitchen window in Ohio awaiting my phone call with intuitive Paul Selig. Several weeks prior, a friend and connection of Paul’s had recommended I arrange a session primarily because of my daughter with special needs. That area, apparently, is one of his “specialties...
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: I wanted to share my experience with you. And, for those of you with children with special needs... there are other ways to understand and connect with them deeply... even if it is through someone who doesn't even "know" them.
by Harriet Beinfield and Efram Korngold
How can we adjust our psychic and body rhythm to suit the season? What happens within us is mirrored by the natural world around us. During the frost of winter, plants submerge their lifeblood into their roots, animals thicken their hides, and ponds harden into ice. Movement slows, as matter and energy concentrate...
by Robert Bruce
There was a time when I was so sensitive and insecure about my energetic and psychic safety that I was constantly monitoring what was happening around me...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Robert Bruce teaches us in this article how to create an energy firewall so that we can protect our sacred space and selves from negative energy and influences. He breathes his life experience into the saying "Your energy flows where your attention goes."
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