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The Coffee Table Muse - Ponderings on our Ego and its Insanity! By Rev., Samantha Rayn Bachman
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“With all the ‘self-help’, ‘laws of how to’ and ‘you-can-do-it’ information out there - including how to "succeed-in-business" and take control of... More > your life, we are no better off - in fact, we have more depression, feelings of hopelessness and financial debt than ever. We are unhealthy, unhappy and way from our true potential as humans. We appear to be happy, yet we are dis-eased and suffer emotionally. Our happiness is brought about by the wants of our Ego. We never really know our self let alone connect fully with another. All our relationships are shallow and mostly Ego driven. We have surrounded ourselves with material things and knowledge, yet we still seek true happiness. We have lost our way; it is time to reclaim our life, our health, our spirit and our soul from the man made Hell we have created by living through our Ego. Time to ponder on all! Enjoy my Ponderings on the Ego and its insanity Love from me to you Samantha Rayn Bachman The Coffee Table Muse -The Soul with Attitude< Less
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Jung said that Modern Man was in search of a soul, although even he did not seem to be aware that not one but two souls have gone missing. The plight of Modern Woman is worse as she has also lost... More > touch with her feminine soul, Juno. Thumos is our forgotten soul which has been denied and repressed until re-discovered by the classical scholar Prof. R.B. Onians. Thumos is the soul of breath related to blood, the sacred soul of the fully alive body. It is the place where the ancient Greeks and Romans located their consciousness, the heart and lungs. When thinking happens around the heart, feeling and senses are bound together in a unity of consciousness. In spite of all our material wealth in our Western World culture the physical body is a servant to cerebral thinking and the body, unconscious of its own soul and unable to convey its distress, becomes ‘dis-eased’. How different would it be if we were once more thumo-sophos – wise from our own body?< Less