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 [[aker:​Religion|Σ]] §40 "​Whereas in the Church the increasing differentiation of ritual and dogma alienated consciousness from its natural roots in the unconscious,​ alchemy and astrology were ceaselessly engaged in preserving the bridge to nature, i.e., to the unconscious psyche, from decay. ​ Astrology led the conscious mind back agains and again to the knowledge of Heimarmene, that is, the dependence of character and destiny on certain moments in time; alchemy afforded numerous "​hooks"​ for the projection of those archetypes which could not be fitted smoothly in the Christian process." ​ <fc green>​Jung defines Heimarmene in §456 as = fate, natural necessity.\\ Heimarmene seems to be quite important in the Gnostic texts. ​ In particular the Pistis Sophia. ​ Where we are held to the fates = Heimarmene as a determining fact in our lives we need the Fiery intelligence = the holy spirit, to help us see the light, enlightenment,​ otherwise we are bound to our fates, the stars (Astrology). ​ Heimarmene implies a freedom of will that must be activated by the holy spirit, the light presence = Jesus Christ. ​ According to tradition logos is the activating principle, the word of God.\\ ​   [[http://​www.sophian.org/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​t=104|sophia.org]] I really like this as for one it means quite a lot to me in my awakening to God having come through a rational, logos of teaching during my time at St Pauls in Stellenbosch. ​ Also, it bears to the dialogue of Christ and Nicodemus, John 3 v16-21 where Christ talks of returning to the light as opposed to living in darkness - the darkness where your stars (Heimarmene) govern your fate, the archetypes being the stars. ​ We need to get to know the archetypes in the darkness and return them to the light to understand them through the light of Christ.</​fc>​ [[aker:​Religion|Σ]] §40 "​Whereas in the Church the increasing differentiation of ritual and dogma alienated consciousness from its natural roots in the unconscious,​ alchemy and astrology were ceaselessly engaged in preserving the bridge to nature, i.e., to the unconscious psyche, from decay. ​ Astrology led the conscious mind back agains and again to the knowledge of Heimarmene, that is, the dependence of character and destiny on certain moments in time; alchemy afforded numerous "​hooks"​ for the projection of those archetypes which could not be fitted smoothly in the Christian process." ​ <fc green>​Jung defines Heimarmene in §456 as = fate, natural necessity.\\ Heimarmene seems to be quite important in the Gnostic texts. ​ In particular the Pistis Sophia. ​ Where we are held to the fates = Heimarmene as a determining fact in our lives we need the Fiery intelligence = the holy spirit, to help us see the light, enlightenment,​ otherwise we are bound to our fates, the stars (Astrology). ​ Heimarmene implies a freedom of will that must be activated by the holy spirit, the light presence = Jesus Christ. ​ According to tradition logos is the activating principle, the word of God.\\ ​   [[http://​www.sophian.org/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​t=104|sophia.org]] I really like this as for one it means quite a lot to me in my awakening to God having come through a rational, logos of teaching during my time at St Pauls in Stellenbosch. ​ Also, it bears to the dialogue of Christ and Nicodemus, John 3 v16-21 where Christ talks of returning to the light as opposed to living in darkness - the darkness where your stars (Heimarmene) govern your fate, the archetypes being the stars. ​ We need to get to know the archetypes in the darkness and return them to the light to understand them through the light of Christ.</​fc>​
  
-[[aker:Alchemy|Δ]] §113 "It may be superfluous to point out here... He is in fact an unconscious exponent of the autonomous psyche and its development,​ just like the Medieval alchemist or the classical neoplatonist. ​ Hence one could say, with a grain of salt, that history could be constructed just as easily from one's own unconscious as from the actual texts."​+[[:alchemy|Δ]] §113 "It may be superfluous to point out here... He is in fact an unconscious exponent of the autonomous psyche and its development,​ just like the Medieval alchemist or the classical neoplatonist. ​ Hence one could say, with a grain of salt, that history could be constructed just as easily from one's own unconscious as from the actual texts."​
  
  
 §201 "​...but as the fourth function is taboo, it only rises to "about the third or fourth."​ This happens not to the dreamer alone but to many others as well, who must all wait like him until the fourth function can be accepted."​ §201 "​...but as the fourth function is taboo, it only rises to "about the third or fourth."​ This happens not to the dreamer alone but to many others as well, who must all wait like him until the fourth function can be accepted."​
  
-<fc green>​Jung is talking here in reference to a dream. The idea of 3 to 4 is difficult, the symbolism here being the integration of the fourth inferior function. von Franz speaks of this in her book [[aker:books_and_literature:​redemption_motifs_in_fairytales|Redemption Motifs in Fairytales]]</​fc>​+<fc green>​Jung is talking here in reference to a dream. The idea of 3 to 4 is difficult, the symbolism here being the integration of the fourth inferior function. von Franz speaks of this in her book [[books_and_literature:​redemption_motifs_in_fairytales|Redemption Motifs in Fairytales]]</​fc>​
  
 <fc red>​******</​fc>​ §462 "At the end of the sublimation there germinates through the mediation of the spirit, a shining white soul which flies to heaven with the spirit. ​ This is clearly and manifestly the stone."​ <fc red>​******</​fc>​ §462 "At the end of the sublimation there germinates through the mediation of the spirit, a shining white soul which flies to heaven with the spirit. ​ This is clearly and manifestly the stone."​