Can we confront all the dead and dark aspects within ourselves?

Can anything be made concrete and expressed in a creative way in a society that is, for the most part, asleep and unconscious of the deeper reality moving behind the scenes of day-to-day existence?

Most decidedly, for the dead, nothing holds any reality. Inner death is the antinomy of creativity.

Now, can I, can we transform ourselves so deeply and thoroughly as to awaken all the dormant and unconscious levels within?…Can we confront all the dead and dark aspects of ourselves?…Can we…?

Cause that is the most essential question:

Do we have the guts to look behind the insidious veils into the immemorial darkness within our soul, and burn away all generational dirt and impurity becoming so creatively alive, so true life can blossom??

What about that…?

About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

8 Responses to Can we confront all the dead and dark aspects within ourselves?

  1. reikiheidi says:

    Jung did it… and nearly drove himself mad. But he had the courage to look deep, deep within.
    DO the rest of us?
    I believe I have touched the borders of my own Sanity/Insanity in the past – and it is a very scary place. No wonder most people choose ‘ignorance is bliss’.

    • julienmatei says:

      If ignorance is bliss, why are they so miserable? 🙂

      We witness in the outer world the chaos and disorder we through generations have deliberately overlooked and diregarded within.

      Presently, to ignore this blatant truth leads us to utter perdition.

      I for one have no other choice than delve into this morass. And therewith retreive my health, my passion and true humanity.

  2. reikiheidi says:

    Some people are miserable because they know they are ‘restless’, seeking something as yet beyond reach/understanding. Others are miserable because they don’t know what they seek. Some don’t realise they are miserable.
    But not everyone is miserable – some truly are happy, & I am happy for them. Some have found peace in life, equanimity within themselves.
    And, it must be said, not all are ignorant 🙂
    There is a whole wrold of people out there… I should be careful not to lump them stereotypically in just a few categories… everyone has their own way their own path, their own yearnings, their own feelings and emotions…
    For some, ignorance is bliss… and they are not miserable.

    • julienmatei says:

      You see, it is not about others being more or less happy.

      if you say that ignorance is bliss for some, It actually means that YOU ARE DEFENDING YOUR OWN RIGHT TO REMAIN IGNORANT.

      Somehow, somewhere within you, you accept the present situation as being “right” cause
      that´s what you say.

      I don´t blame you, as again: EGO IS VERY SHREWD AND HATES CHANGE.

  3. I like to believe all of life’s purpose is to reach for higher and more inclusive levels of awareness and consciousness. The goal ultimately being a Cosmic Consciousness that holds All within
    each moment. In short, what some mystics have glimpsed and “Know” in the gnostic sense of Know.

    And yes, this dimension of planet earth has many varied forms of consciousness. We are all on our own path. Fear plays a large role here, as does the limited persception of the small ego.

    However, I do believe strongly that the force of evolution seeks greater consciousness. We as humans either hinder or help the process according to our own experience and choices in live

    And yes, part of that quest is the natural function of “the darkness” to seek the Light.

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