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Mar 16, 1999 06:38 AM
by Gerald Schueler
>>Jerry, I would question also, whether it is even possible to consciously perceive an archetypal symbol in action upon us, (whether from within or without) without personalizing it into a sign, by Jung's definition. >> Well, it is easier to see it in others than in oneself. But Jung did so, and said that we all should be able to do this. >>I don't believe that we have a conscious relationship with the archetypes but through such a personal interpretation. >> I agree that this is so for the vast majority of people. >>It's the understanding of the difference among any particular signs and the commonality of the underlying archetype that humanizes and breeds both brotherhood and compassion. Would you agree? Mark<< Agreed. Thanks Mark. Jerry S. -- THEOSOPHY WORLD -- Theosophical Talk -- email@example.com Letters to the Editor, and discussion of theosophical ideas and teachings. To subscribe or unsubscribe, send a message consisting of "subscribe" or "unsubscribe" to firstname.lastname@example.org.