In this groundbreaking work, author John Giannini offers an in-depth and often philosophical and autobiographical exploration of psychological type that seeks to reconcile type and archetype in Jung's original and subsequent works.
Author: John L. Giannini
Publisher: Center for Applications of
In this groundbreaking work, author John Giannini offers an in-depth and often philosophical and autobiographical exploration of psychological type that seeks to reconcile type and archetype in Jung's original and subsequent works. Developing the larger implications of the functional couplings is one of Giannini's main objectives in Compass of the Soul. He posits that the couplings are the four archetypal modalities through which the Soul perceives and judges the outer and the inner worlds. These couplings, he writes, "constitute the four directions of the type mandala, or, borrowing Jung's term, the Compass of the Soul."
52 Ways Intuition Can Guide You to the Life of Your Dreams Lynn A. Robinson.
my mouth? On the one hand, I knew I had to go to the interview; on the other
hand, I wished that it were anyone other than me being interviewed. I prepared
Author: Lynn A. Robinson
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
If you're ready to strengthen your connection to the wise part of you that always has your best interest at heart, you simply need to follow the practical path that Lynn offers in the book. --Cheryl Richardson, author of Stand Up for Your Life This is the book that will point you in the direction of a new life--the life of your dreams. In Compass of the Soul, Lynn Robinson leads you on a journey of discovery to a life that's full of joy and purpose. She shows you how to tap into your own intuition to reveal the endless possibilities of the life you were meant to live. Each of the 52 chapters contains a motivational quote, an intuition exercise, and a thought-provoking question that you can answer in an intuition journal. The chapters are easy to read and full of practical, down-to-earth advice about how to tune in to what Lynn describes as your inner success coach. You will learn how to: * Take small steps to create positive changes in your spiritual, personal, and financial life. * Use your thoughts, beliefs, and expectations to change your life. * Find freedom from debt, worry, and fear. * Discover your purpose in life. Do one chapter a week, read the whole book all at once, or pick and choose the areas you want to concentrate on first. More than simply paying attention to your intuition, living an intuitive life means acting on the wisdom you receive. Make the opening of this book the first act in creating the life of your dreams.
Ultimate Reality in its manifest, finely differentiated form had been there all along,
right before my eyes. Now, in a moment of pure grace, it caught and held my rapt
attention. A deeper and more immediate world revealed itself to all my senses ...
Author: Joan Borysenko
Why are we here? Are we fulfilling life's purpose? What is evolutionary intelligence trying to express through us? In this time of global change and uncertainty, of spiritual indirection, people are asking these age-old questions with renewed curiosity. There's a thirst for meaning and purpose - a dawning realization that happiness isn't a commodity that can be bought with a gold card. Fulfillment and joy arise naturally from the capacity to be present to life as it's unfolding and to listen for - and discern - the best possibilities in any situation, which inform enlightened, compassionate action. Joan and Gordon's hope is that Your Soul's Compass will help you move beyond limited ways of knowing, and open up the vast evolutionary intelligence needed to make the leap toward fuller self-realization in your own life and in the world.
for the greater good; for my teacher's work, et cetera. Then I got into the habit of
asking for grace and guidance when I was writing or preparing a workshop. I tend
to be a perfectionist, and when it wasn't ... living a life. 124 Your Soul's Compass.
Author: Joan Z. Borysenko, Ph.D.
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
In this time of global change and uncertainty, of spiritual indirection, Americans are asking these age-old questions with renewed curiosity. There’s a thirst for meaning and purpose—a dawning realization that happiness isn’t a commodity that can be bought with a gold card. Fulfillment and joy arise naturally from creative and compassionate action-- from the understanding that all life is interconnected and guided by a higher intelligence. Our personal choices make a difference, and when they are spiritually inspired even the smallest action serves a larger whole. Sacred texts ranging from the Torah to the New Testament, the Tao Te Ching to the Buddhist scriptures, the Vedantas to the Koran, speak of making life-enhancing choices where a force greater than the individual flows through us and informs our thoughts and actions. In this book we’ll focus on the three classic aspects of living such a spiritually guided life: (1) alignment: maintaining a direct and personal connection to the Source of our Being; (2) discernment: distinguishing the movement of Spirit in our lives from our own wants, fears and social conditioning; and (3) action: making our best, most inspired contribution to the evolution of life.