Precognitive Dreaming During the Thirteen Holy Nights

Are you looking for an online event that will help you to upgrade your ability for precognitive dreaming? Steven Ernenwein tells about the Holy Nights and how these nights have predicted his future year. It’s fun, affordable, feel invited to join us

The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman

Book review of The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman. Danielle Dulsky asks us to look at our own stories and “tiny soulful treasures long-buried” for spiritual truth and to embrace our right to an authentic relationship with the sacred.

The Hidden Worlds: Book Review

The Hidden Worlds is an easy to read book aimed at teen readers about using shaman techniques to address environmental problems. The Hidden Worlds introduces power animals, the four elements and mutual dreaming to enter the hidden worlds of perception.

Dream Animals: Self and Planet

What can be possible meanings of animals in dreams? This blog contains an exploration into symbolism, our connection with our planet and our identity.

Trickster Archetype: An Exploration in Writing the Tale

The Trickster carries an enormous number of opposites and many of the adventures could be seen as arising from the tension that is found between these opposites. Let the Trickster inhabit the darker side of life, while we use that force, through his stories, to bring us to the good side of life. Let us have balance by leaving evil in the realm of the gods and keeping good in the realm of humanity.

Asian Journals: the Allegory of American Mythologist Joseph Campbell

This Mindfunda Book review is written by Misa Tsuruta, Ph.D. I have asked Misa, a Japanese psychologist,to write this review as she is very familiar with Western ways of thinking.Joseph Campbell, a Western man, was very familiar with the Eastern way of thinking. Usually we associate Campbell with the hero myth, but he was very aware […]

The Krampus and the Old, Dark Christmas: Roots and Rebirth of the Folkloric Devil

As a figure of ritual importance since the pre-Christian era, the Krampus is of archetypal significance. He lives in the cultural unconscious … and bidden or not, he will come.

How to Remember your Dreams

Today’s Guest Blog: Remembering Dreams  is written by Christian Gerike M.A, who teaches The Psychology of Dreams  at Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California. It is Part II of a two Part series about Sleeping and Dreaming. By clicking the link you can read Part I: Sleep Well, Remembering Dream.

The Redeeming Dark

In the month of December Mindfunda will publish a series of blogs about the descent. Today’s Guest blog, written by Elaine Mansfield, is about The Redeeming Dark. The first one was about depression as descent. In the second Guest blog, Jean Raffa explored Inanna’s descent as a personal myth. The third blog will focused on the common themes found the […]

Healing and Breakthroughs with Archetypes, Art, & Poetry

Sherry Puricelli from AwakeNDream explores healing through archetypes, tarot and poems and shares her ode to the mother goddess

Must an Artist Struggle?

Today’s Mindfunda is written by Brenda Ferrimani. Brenda began her artistic work in the 1980’s. She was President of the Berthoud Arts and Humanities Alliance, an organization dedicated to promote local artists and to provide art in public places. In 2000 she was invited to be the attending artist to the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. In 2007 […]

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