“The idea that all phenomena in the world possess subjective inner natures must be distinguished from the egocentric concepts of anthropomorphism (attributing human qualities to nonhuman forms of life), animism (humans attributing living soul to inanimate objects and natural phenomena), and personification (attributing personal characteristics to phenomena in the world). Rather, the idea that all beings are ensouled, in and of themselves, locates the spark in the entity, outside of personal human psychic ownership. In this wider view the human experience exists in a field of psychic relationships, one among the many.” – Jungian Psychology and the World Unconscious, Stephen Aizenstat
Our next Thrive: Eco Grief and Anxiety Circle is Monday, October 17th – Meeting on Zoom from 6-7:30pm PST. Find the link in our bio or directly on our website.
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