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Kat Taylor

Resonance with Red

Our art group meetings have recently been focused on color…One of the recent “invitations” for contemplation, prior to working, was to try to sense a color that “speaks” to us, in some way, that stands out for us, calls to…

Hello Friends in Quarantine Land

   After talking with Pamela over the weekend, I thought it was worth registering a reaction I’ve had, as my two-person-four-cat household worked to grasp the new hygiene and limited grocery access that suddenly defined our lives.  Because we are…

The Midnight Encounter of Aatish Taseer

                Aatish Taseer is a gifted travel writer.  My encounter with his work came in the form of a May 15, 2019 article in the New York Times Magazine, entitled “In Search of Ancient Morocco”.  The article is an evocative…

Approaching the Imaginal World

by writer, psychologist, and mythologist Dr. Sharon Blackie from her newsletter This Mythic Life image by Gina Litherland The imaginal world, the Otherworld. The mundus imaginalis, or mundus archetypalis. There are so many words and phrases to describe it, that place where the others live. The…

Meeting Robert Bosnak

About five years ago, a therapist who knew of my great interest in dreams told me of a speaker, who was coming to the CGJung Society of Seattle meeting, whom she thought I’d find interesting.  His name was Robert Bosnak,…

What is the imaginal?

And what on earth is the process of RESONATING with the IMAGINAL? And: why is this whole thing meaningful enough for anybody to write about it? We hope, through this website, and through our various blog entries, interviews, and shared…