Category Archives: C. G. Jung

Art Before Breakfast

Today I heard an interview with author Danny Gregory that charmed and captivated me. He has just published a book: “Art Before Breakfast: A Zillion Ways To Be More Creative, No Matter How Busy You are” (I have no proprietary … Continue reading

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About Face IV

 “For by his face straight, shall you know his heart.” Shakespeare, Richard III  “The face is the soul of the body.” ~ Wittgenstein As I continue the exploration of Face, Beauty, and Soul, I thought I’d zero in on how … Continue reading

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PrettyPorn: Living The Instagram Life

Did you know that Instagram is now touted to be the new Facebook? (!) I found a most provocative piece in the NY Times (of all places), written by financial planner Carl Richards. Now I must confess, my news reading … Continue reading

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The Unfolding Story…

“Daily we unfold our stories into the world– some of them consciously constructed, some of them arising of their own accord. Stories run through us from our ancestors, from our culture, from our environment. There are stories we tell ourselves, … Continue reading

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A Memory Museum

“The only history you can really know is your own.  The only art I am truly an expert on I’ve  experienced firsthand.  As a critic, I am partly research analyst, comparing and evaluating new data. But I’m also a curator … Continue reading

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Hele On!

I am in the process of moving to a new office space. My fifth, in private practice. As an intern, I began in a professional office suite in an historical building on a Hawaii bay front in Hilo.    The … Continue reading

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Shadow Child

The tyranny of the past is never greater than when we do not recall.” ~James Hollis   On this lovely spring morning, with Robins dancing about, it seems like torture to muse about the Shadow.  Sigh.  But as Jung taught, … Continue reading

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About Face III

I was going to title this post:  From the Neck Up. Does the face say it all? Would you trust your face to Dr. Brandt? A New York Times article claims that many people do. As many as 30 patients … Continue reading

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Woman Without a Past

In my very first post, Priming the Pump,  I wrote about Source, or the Wellspring from which creativity and life flows…and my beloved Wilsonia. My family of origin, through trauma and tragedy lost all photographs and memorabilia.  It was, in … Continue reading

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About Face II

“I want to grow old without facelifts. They take the life out of a face, the character. I want to have the courage to be loyal to the face I’ve made.” Marilyn Monroe And the discussion continues… and the exploration of … Continue reading

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