By M Nora Klaver
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Perhaps the greatest advocate of the wisdom of archetypes was Carl Jung, the renowned twentieth century psychologist. Jung examined archetypes extensively and theorized that they represent not only recognizable images, but also a shared human psyche. “The collective unconscious—so far as we can say anything at all about it—appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its real exponents. ” If true, then archetypes instruct us at a very basic level about our own humanity.
It creates an environment of triﬂing fear within our minds. It 34 . . . . . Chapter 2 Why We Don’t Ask—Really 35 convinces us that asking for help will lead to a relinquishing of personal power while forcing us to give in to the will of others. All the lies we tell ourselves about lack of control keep us from the hidden truth: Surrender is a blessing. What if instead of exerting control, we just let go? What if we accepted the very thing our egos tell us to fear? What if we embraced surrender?
Call ......... others and their needs. This universal rule is of great value, yet we can temper our use of it. Applied without care, the Law of Reciprocity could make our lives one tit-for-tat transaction after another. You do for me and I’ll do for you. How cold! How mechanized! Adhering strictly to this law, would we begin tallying debits of need and credits of support? My very good friend Vivian and I decided to drop this transactional way of assisting one another. We came to this decision during a shared vacation.