Carl Jung and The Course – Part 2

by Frank Dobner

This is the second part of a two part series on Carl Jung and A Course in Miracles. I have a long history in spending time with both Jung and the Course. I hope this helps you understand some connections that you may have with either one or the other.

The Collective Unconscious

Having read The Course now for many years, one of the questions that I always asked and still do is, that if this is just a dream, then why does everyone else have a shared experience of the world? In answer to this timeless question, Jung popularized the concept of the collective unconscious. In addition to the personal unconscious (or inaccessible) aspect of your own life, Jung states that we share a common set of unconscious experience which is not of your own. The collective unconscious can only be inherited. Thus it is entirely possibly to experience collapsed dimensions of time and space through this inheritance. Read More...
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Run {Insert Your Name Here} Run!! – My musings on the subject of action in our daily lives

by Colin Gonsalves

The last few weeks I've been contemplating about the role action plays in achieving our desires.
Subsequently, I searched through books and CDs by Abraham-Hicks on this subject. The
following is the distillation of my understanding.

Before coming into this physical existence we had a triad of intentions for this world. They were
to experience:
1) Freedom
2) Growth
3) Joy

In order for our higher selves to experience the above we decided to come into this physical
existence. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Huh? Why did I choose to leave the
comforts of the spirit world to come to this chaos?” Think of it this way. I could describe to you
what it feels like to skydive or I could describe to you what an ice-cream tastes like but you
would never know what it really feels or tastes like until you yourself have tried it. Spiritual
beings are unable to feel, and in order to experience and create, our spiritual counterpart
decided to come into the physical realm. Whenever you listen to an Abraham-Hicks workshop
you will usually hear them say “You (we) are leading edge creators"
Checkout this brilliant video:
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Carl Jung and The Course – Part 1

by Frank Dobner

Introduction

There are literally thousands of spiritual, intellectual and physical ways to remember your pure being. “A Course in Miracles” is but one of them. One unique aspect of The Course, is its orientation to look within and contemplate drastic shifts in mind back to the natural state of love. It is what distinguishes The Course from many other attempts at the truth.

Carl Jung (Swiss psychiatrist, 1875 – 1961) was also an individual that had the same inclination to look inward, apply consciousness and even act if necessary. He actually stated – “that inner events always set the course for outward events that came my way.” Jung’s work and life situation resulted from asking some internal powerful questions from his youth, that he answered for our benefit throughout his adult life. The essence of The Course, is to find yourself in everything and everyone else. This is essentially what Jung’s whole life was about. His life and work is not only fascinating, but dramatic and brave also Read More...
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Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #3

by Dan Doviddio

Frank Dobner and I talk about ‘A Course In Miracles’

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Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #3 with Frank Dobner
Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #3
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Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #2

by Dan Doviddio


I talk to Denise Van Vliet about Runda 3. Runda 3 is Denise’s interpretation of how our conscious, subconscious and Higher Self work together. This is very informative and I hope you give it a listen.

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Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast 10-6-2010
Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #2

Or go to iTunes here

Here is Denise’s Runda 3 illustration.
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You can read Denise’s article here
and at the Runda 3 Website

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