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by Manly P. Hall
While the mind and emotions are burdened with the tremendous pressures resulting from external experiences ill digested within the personality, it is impossible to achieve the state of internal quietude which is necessary before the eye of the soul can be opened. What the soul requires primarily is a complete relaxation of the self from all intensities, pressures, remembrances, and all occurrences by which the inner life is disturbed. It is often quite possible to mentally achieve a cleansing of the life, but if the emotional pressures are not also regenerated, the achievement is not complete. What we need, therefore, for the development of the inner faculty of sight is a perfect quietude of the mind, the emotions, and the body itself.
This quietude comes in various ways—some by way of acceptance. Experiences we have rebelled against can be transformed into acceptances. We can forget the circumstances and remember only the lessons that we learned. We can in many cases analyze, if we wish, how the most difficult happenings in our lives have been the most beneficial in terms of internal growth.
One by one we need to transform every negative emotion into a positive spiritual acceptance of experiences. We have to, therefore, enter what has been sometimes referred to as a continual remembering of the Divine. It is not a particular prayer at a particular time, but it is to live forever in the presence of the Divine Purpose for things. The essential foundation of this gives rise to what we call mysticism. Mysticism is actually the heart doctrine. It is the individual growing not by expanding the mental faculties but using these faculties primarily to sustain the quietude of the heart.
The heart, because of its intense inner nature, has always been considered a symbol of love. It has been associated with natural affections, with gentleness, kindness, consideration, forgiveness, and for practically all purposes it is a symbol of complete internal peace. Peace is not in this case the result of an escape or of rejecting the difficulties of life. With the opening of the third eye, peace is the realization that we are forever in the presence of divine peace. Peace is not something we have to invent or struggle after. Rather, it is a state of natural existence when we have made peace with ourselves, when we have achieved a natural sympathy and a proper union of the parts and fragments of the personality which are so often in continuous conflict—the gradual sustaining of internal humility, a quiet acceptance of life, a desire to grow through service, a realization that we are all servants and grow most rapidly when serving the causes for life’s experiences.
The simplest form of these services is that we take the symbolic aspect and serve the normal boundaries of relationship such as family and intimate associates and expand our desire for service out of the natural environment with which we are familiar into the great environment which is dominated by the Divine Love which serves all things great and small, every form of life being benefited thereby. As we grow we become servants of this internal light and seek in every way at our command to serve the Divine Purpose and in this way permit the Divine Purpose to flow unimpeded through
our own natures.
~Excerpted from Manly P Hall Lecture #271 – “The Third Eye in the Soul.”
Modern Man in Search of a Soul
by C.G. Jung
Considered by many to be one of the most important books in the field of psychology, Modern Man in Search of a Soul is a comprehensive introduction to the thought of Carl Gustav Jung. In this book, Jung examines some of the most contested and crucial areas in the field of analytical psychology, including dream analysis, the primitive unconscious, and the relationship between psychology and religion. Additionally, Jung looks at the differences between his theories and those of Sigmund Freud, providing a valuable basis for anyone interested in the fundamentals of psychoanalysis.
Depth Psychology Alliance vision is to make Depth Psychology universally accessible and to foster meaningful insight into the human psyche and the collective soul. Integral to this vision is the spirit of service. We aspire to serve as a source of warmth, replenishment, and interconnectivity in the ongoing process of tending to soul.
Depth Psychology Alliance mission is to serve all individuals and organizations who are passionate about the power of Depth Psychology; to cultivate a dynamic global gathering place for EXPOSURE to as well as the EXPLORATION and EXCHANGE of 1) the ideas, principles and practices of the various depth psychologies, 2) new and existing resources, while at the same time 3) encouraging opportunities to connect and dialogue with like minded others.
Hermes as The Guide of Souls and New Beginnings
Nancy Swift Furlotti
Sampling the beauty and the breadth and depth of this new website, Hermes comes to mind as the perfect embodiment of its energy and force behind it. He is that winged god who brings his caduceus, the staff entwined with two snakes, to bear on the unexplored opposites in our psyche, mediating and acting as messenger in the empty spaces that need light. The snakes represent poison and healing. As the Guide of Souls he conjures up the new creation. He is an androgynous god, representing the archetypal energy of challenge and change; the energizing force that sets off our curiosity and our imagination that entices us onto our inner journey of self-exploration.
How do we know this Hermes? He plays outside the boundaries, poking us to think beyond our safe ordered lives. He is of the underworld, born in a cave, comfortable traveling between the inner and outer of our lives. Hermes is the bridging element in between, the god of the middle and empty spaces, the crossroads where four-cornered herms are raised in his honor. He is the journeyman we run into on our path of life. Meeting and finding through luck or theft are related to his connection to happiness and fortune, accidental happenings. As the thief on the path, he is a skilled highwayman and flattering deceiver who prowls in the dark, as in one’s dreams or nightmares. Love and riches are two themes Hermes sings about. Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory, is a favorite along with her daughters, the Muses. He is connected to the Fates as well. Through them, the deep and eternal nature of life is remembered as the cosmic ground of all existence.
Through his prodding, thievery, and trickery Hermes guides the process of individuation. This is a Jungian term referring to our inner soul’s journey that is unique to each one of us. On this path, we move away from established collective dictates of how to be, how to act, how to feel and instead find our own way. It is a movement from persona to soul. Our personalities are a mix of opposites and multiplicities containing both masculine and feminine, for example. The goal of individuation is to become conscious of these many pairs of opposites, resulting in the experience of transcending the old and welcoming in the new attitude, new behavior, or new symbol that is born from within. This is the essence of change that occurs over and over again in our lives leading us towards wholeness and a greater sense of fulfillment.
For a man the soul is feminine, whereas for a woman the soul is masculine. Because of these counter-valences, we tend to project these opposing inner parts of ourselves onto our real life partners, resulting in the many conflicts and confusions we experience in our relationships. It is here the soup gets stirred. As the fire of Hermes turns up the flame, we are in for change. Woe to the person who ignores Hermes! If you fight the call or merely ignore it, the fire will blow out and you will be left in a regressed, inflexible life. If his beaconing is not heeded, the need for change can end up in symptoms of conflict and depression, anxiety, or somatic illnesses. This invisible god is quite determined, so it behooves us all to listen with our inner ear for his murmurings leading us to our soul and to the deep ground of our being.