Anne Baring Dream of the Cosmos: 4 Intriguing Questions

“I must learn that the dregs of my thoughts, my dreams, are the speech of my soul. I must carry them in my heart, and go back and forth over them in my mind, like the words of the person dearest to me” Carl Jung Red Book
Anne Baring Dream of the Cosmos: Question #1

If the Cosmos is a living unity, what would it be dreaming about?

Anne Baring, author of Dream of the Cosmos, starts the Mindfunda interview by telling us the dream that started it all. She had a very profound dream about Shekinah (I wrote about Shekinah in this earlier post). This dream made Anne aware that everything in the universe is connected.

ANNE BARING DREAM OF THE COSMOS: QUESTION #2

What is femininity?

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In my interview as well as in Dream of the Cosmos Anne redefines femininity. It is not about seductiveness and fertility. It is about the connection with the soul. An inner connection to honour your awareness of soul.

ANNE BARING DREAM OF THE COSMOS: QUESTION #3

How do I connect with the soul?

Anne touches upon Buddha and Jesus as people being in touch with the Soul. They wanted to convince people of the inter-connectedness we all share. The Kabbalah is a tradition that plays an important role in the Dream of the Cosmos. Its ancient wisdom reveals so much about our universe and its hidden laws.

 

ANNE BARING DREAM OF THE COSMOS: QUESTION #4

How do we feel this connectedness, when we are in pain?

In a mythological perspective Dream of the Cosmos talks about the pain the myth of the fall has caused. How it encouraged misogyny, the hatred for women. It was a false perception that has been haunting the world since the Neolithic time.

Anne talks about how quantum science confirms the insights she reveals in Dream of the Cosmos. About how she feels about the tragedy of Germanwings. About sin being a trauma inflicted in childhood. About how we need the dark side of our personality because dark matter is the biggest creative force in the universe.

ANNE BARING DREAM OF THE COSMOS: Questions For You

Watch my 4-chapter video interview with author Anne Baring about ‘Dream of the Cosmos’  to find out how this book will change your life for the better.

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Anne Baring, author and Jungian analyst, wrote her magnum opus: ‘Dream of the Cosmos’ in 2013. Click on the picture to buy it:

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‘Dream of the Cosmos – a quest for the soul ‘ by Anne Baring

 

 

I have an excellent Mythology Course you can follow online: Mindfunda Mythology

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Dream of the Cosmos interview

Mindfunda proudley presents the first Mindfunda Skype Meeting! On April 02 2015 I will present my interview with Anne Baring.

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Anne Baring

 

Anne Baring (www.annebaring.com), author and Jungian analyst, wrote her magnum opus The Dream of the Cosmos in 2013.

The book is the story about living in a Western culture that has lost the connection to a deeper reality and how this affects all our lives. She belongs to a new organization called Rising Women, Rising World Rising Women, Rising World that is calling on women everywhere to come together to create a world that works for all.
Other books Anne Baring has written as co-author with others are: The Myth of the GoddessEvolution of an ImageThe Mystic VisionThe Divine Feminine, and Soul Power: An Agenda for a Conscious Humanity. Her children’s book, The Birds Who Flew Beyond Time, has been honored with a Nautilus Gold Award for 2011.
We will be talking about dreams, intuition and how everything in the cosmos seems to be connected. We are all part of this cosmos. Our bodies are constructed from the same material that cosmos originated from. How can you interpret that connectiveness looking at your life-story? How can you feel connected through the friends you make? the stories you read? and even in the arguments you engage in? Anne Baring used ancient knowledge to write about a new vision for a way of living we need now more then ever.
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