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Carl Jung and Jungians, anything Jung related, including Marie Louise Von Franz, Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, Robert Moore, Freud and others. Symbols, archetypes, myths, dreams, etc.
Awakening is something that is difficult to define because it’s characterized more by what is missing rather than what is gained. One might say that it describes a realization of Truth recognized beyond the need for belief.
While there are as many descriptions as there are perspectives, most agree that they fall short of the realization itself—a recognition so profound that it shakes the very bedrock of one’s understanding of the world and oneself.
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This is a place where mental health professionals and students can share and discuss topics related to psychotherapy. We encourage discussion of therapeutic techniques, information related to careers in therapy, and dissection of case studies. We invite links that contribute to this subreddit; such links may include information related to practice, therapeutic approaches, and new research.
A psychonaut is a person who experiences intentionally induced altered states of consciousness and claims to use the experience to investigate his or her mind, and possibly address spiritual questions, through direct experience.
The holofractographic unified field theory, as developed by Nassim Haramein and physicists at the Resonance Science Foundation & Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics.
This theory explores the fractal, holographic nature of the structure of space and thus, how the totality of all is within each piece - unifying physics and solving quantum gravity.