Easter Reflection: Who else than the Messiah Himself can be born in a grave?

My Good Friday reflection concluded with the parable of the mad man that was written by Frederic Nietzsche back in 1882. The parable is about a man who is perceived mad by the onlookers as he goes around announcing that God is dead. The parable gained incredible popularity in 1960s. Several newspapers and magazines, including… Read More Easter Reflection: Who else than the Messiah Himself can be born in a grave?

Could it be the case that Freud is the original unconscious source behind Jung’s exploration of the collective unconscious?

    Jung “was a brilliant scholar tenaciously engaged in the human sciences, comparative religion, philosophy, cultural anthropology, mythology, theosophy, and the mystical traditions of East and West.”[1] Jung’s deep engagement with a wide range of topics, much like Freud, makes him one of the major figures of the twentieth century.   The take-up of… Read More Could it be the case that Freud is the original unconscious source behind Jung’s exploration of the collective unconscious?