Megan Hollingsworth replied to Effie Heotis's discussion Human Animal Studies in Creative Witness and the Collective Subconscious
"Hi Effie,
We are getting to a start later than I thought and still we are! Hope you can join for the opening circle, March 8, and thank you for your patience. Hope all is well with and around you.
lots of love,
megan"
Feb 16, 2016
Megan Hollingsworth replied to Effie Heotis's discussion Human Animal Studies in Creative Witness and the Collective Subconscious
"Thank you, Effie. Appreciate your taking time with the ex·tinc·tion wit·ness website and posts. I'm unfamiliar with Animals and Society. Greatly appreciate the link! I'll explore.

You may be interested in the Intersectional Justice conference…"
Jan 1, 2016
Effie Heotis replied to Effie Heotis's discussion Human Animal Studies in Creative Witness and the Collective Subconscious
"Thank you for your reply Megan. I did review your website and will continue to follow your works and publications. I find the topics very pertinent with regards to the plight of animals in a multitude of ways on a global level. This topic regarding…"
Dec 31, 2015
Megan Hollingsworth replied to Effie Heotis's discussion Human Animal Studies in Creative Witness and the Collective Subconscious
"Thank you, Effie. I'm looking forward to this discussion as well. We are in process of making significant changes to the ex·tinc·tion wit·ness website and I'm editing the 2014 to 2015 collection for print publication, so may not get to the first…"
Dec 21, 2015
klemens swib commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Holly
Suffering and death are an inherent part of Christ's archetypal mythologem. His fate. His destiny. You should rather be asking why the archetype endured death on behalf of the inhabitants of a civilization that was being besieged to the verge…"
Oct 24, 2015
Holly Esch commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"If anything, Jesus was punished for the sins of mankind. In Elm Street lore, the children are being punished for the sins of the parents. In both cases, someone innocent is made to suffer for choices they never made and actions beyond their control."
Oct 24, 2015
Holly Esch commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
""In Halloween and the Anthesteria the dead are acknowledged and allowed to roam/swirl around freely in lets say drunken disarray."

I don't think you can tell a ghost "no." If I've learned anything from the movie "Poltergeist," and that movie has…"
Oct 24, 2015
klemens swib commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Aleks
Christ died for us. He made the sacrifice out of his love and compassion for humanity. I suspect his resurrection might have dispelled his alleged antipathy to the cross that you are projecting. Since Jung revolutionized our understanding of…"
Oct 24, 2015
klemens swib commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"holly
Yes halloween is being taken over. Our hallowed tradition is being besmirched in part by elements of a death/freddy kruger/shadow cult. Halloween and the Anthesteria are meant to be cathartic experiences. In Halloween and the Anthesteria the…"
Oct 24, 2015
Holly Esch commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
""Call it the Freddy Kruger effect but the harmless ghosts and goblins have metastasized to some significant extent/part into diabolical death dealing shadow type phenomena."

On Good Friday, almost half a year after Halloween, we celebrate a brutal…"
Oct 23, 2015
Effie Heotis left a comment for Mark Sipowicz
"Thank you for the welcome. I look forward to connecting with with this community."
Oct 22, 2015
klemens swib commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Effie:
Thank you for presenting an interesting and revelatory addition to the evolution of the concept of Halloween. Originally Halloween and its ancient Greek comparable equivalent the Anthesteria were concerned with remembering the dead. The…"
Oct 16, 2015
Bonnie Bright commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"So it wasn't just a ghost story! That is an amazing picture. You're pretty cool, Holly. Wonder what our history of Halloween costumes say about us from a depth perspective. I think everyone should post photos and we can look for depth patterns.…"
Oct 16, 2015
Holly Esch commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Try this link.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2Ftk_q1tBXEa21sVnEzcTA0dFE/view?u...

The best part? Everyone's reaction when I lifted the mask up to eat candy or sip a drink:

" IT'S A GIRL!!!""
Oct 15, 2015
Bonnie Bright commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Holly: I wanna see that pic! ... And you DO have the coolest mom ever...."
Oct 15, 2015
Holly Esch commented on Effie Heotis's blog post Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
"Curious about your thoughts on Comic Cons and cosplay. It's exploded over the past ten years or so -- I think our Comic Con here in Salt Lake is the third largest in the nation. What does it say about our culture that we're collectively bringing all…"
Oct 15, 2015
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Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?
 by Effie Heotis, M.S.

"One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious".

Like a haunted house in a good horror movie, shadow work can be scary. However, it holds a key which can unlock our unconscious minds, allowing us to become more at peace with ourselves and with others in the process. The shadow, if not called…

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