Suzanne Rath commented on Suzanne Rath's blog post Grace
"Wow, thank you for that Jenna! I recently had a dream of a woman who was half young and half old, and your own dream feels like it has something to say about it. And thanks for your lovely compliment!"
Jul 27, 2012
Jenna Farr Lugwig commented on Suzanne Rath's blog post Grace
"Beautifully said, Suzanne. I am 64-years old, and began having aging dreams in my mid-fifties. In one, I was looking in the mirror and seeing half of my hair still dark and shiny and the other all half gray. A young girl was standing next to me…"
Jul 4, 2012
Suzanne Rath replied to Dorene Mahoney's discussion Want insight into a particular image or theme? Post it here for the group! in The Twilight Zone--Dreamwork
"I know this group hasn't been active recently but this is an area I'm really interested in getting a good grasp of... plus I'm finding my personal dream work incredibly valuable. This is a dream I had a couple months back; it struck me as important…"
Jun 29, 2012
Suzanne Rath replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion "My Tyrant is Psychology": Freud's Continuing Relevance
"Awesome! I'm going to do that - thanks for the suggestions!"
Jun 29, 2012
Suzanne Rath replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion "My Tyrant is Psychology": Freud's Continuing Relevance
"Well, you have more patience than I. Every time I try to read Freud I get really annoyed and start arguing with him in my head. I think I'm going to try to separate out his mechanical materialism out from the other stuff and see if that helps."
Jun 29, 2012
Suzanne Rath replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion "My Tyrant is Psychology": Freud's Continuing Relevance
"That was wonderful! I've been trying to figure Freud out for a while - he seems really important but I just don't have any affinity with him - and this has helped me a lot!"
Jun 28, 2012
Suzanne Rath commented on Suzanne Rath's blog post Who is the animus/anima?
"I'm not sure about that - I think that both can be useful... if they're done consciously. It's when we're unaware that we're projecting and the other person is reduced to a mirror of our animus instead of the whole, complete human being they really…"
Sep 2, 2011
Ed Koffenberger commented on Suzanne Rath's blog post Who is the animus/anima?
"As to the finding another person to receive one's projected anima/animus, therein lies the danger. We need to develop/consciously accept whichever is our opposite within ourselves rather than projecting it on another. Projections don't last too…"
Sep 1, 2011
Suzanne Rath left a comment for C.Victor Posing,
"Thanks for the friend request, Victor! You are my first DPA friend  :)"
Sep 1, 2011
Suzanne Rath commented on C.Victor Posing,'s blog post Tension and Release
"Hi Victor! Thanks for your great post - it got me to thinking even deeper about something I've been feeling lately, that our lives are like works of art; ie. the whole point is to feel everything deeply, and be changed by our experiences. You…"
Sep 1, 2011
Suzanne Rath left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
"Ha ha! Yeah, definitely :D  And I'm sure I'll be seeing Mr. Hatter down here in Wonderland!"
Aug 29, 2011
Suzanne Rath left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
"Also about my experience - I thought about how to explain it because it's been a real journey - but in short, the last two months have been an extremely active and extremely compressed experience of going down through layers and layers of issues and…"
Aug 29, 2011
Suzanne Rath left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
"Thanks so much for the welcome! I'm looking forward to learning and sharing the journey with you all!"
Aug 29, 2011

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  • Wonderful! Hope there's more to come... No doubt there will be much, much more. Please don't hesititate to share anything that feels significant for the community...
  • Awesome! I so love to hear it! The community is a pretty amazing space and I look forward to hearing some of your thoughts as we go forward....
  • Hi Suzanne. I'd like to add my welcome to Ed's. Depth psychology is such a powerful lens through which to understand our relationship to the world around us! When we begin to look at how the unconscious communicates with us through symbols that emerge from dreams, art, nature, and the world around us, we start to attune to a collective web of life so much bigger than each of us as individual egos.

    I think you'll find many like-minded individuals here in the Depth community and I encourage you to jump in and engage by sharing a link or article that has meaning for you, commenting on others' posts, or asking a question. I'll send you some tips on navigating the site in a separate email. Enjoy the site! Bonnie Bright, Founder
  • Sounds like your Psyche had already rented the diving gear!!

    Say hello to the mad hatter for me.9142751900?profile=original

  • Welcome Suzanne,

    fascinating website that I will get back to soon. Glad you found the Alliance and hope that we can assist you in your new path toward more depth psychology in your life and professional future. There are many blogs, forums, and groups to explore so enjoy finding topics and people with whom to build new relationships.

    Ed

    You know I'm interested in the experience you had as well.

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Gretel finds her power

I've been dealing with the parental wound lately; the lack of mother love. It's funny but what the ups and downs of my relationship issues have been leading me to is not my animus but my Mother. I've come to realize that the great, big, gaping hole in me - the one that howls like a starving, half-crazed wolf - is Mother Hunger, hunger for love…

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Grace

It's been a while since I posted; there was that thing with having to pay, and although I knew it would be easy to figure out I just didn't have the energy/feel it was time for me to do much here. Lately, tho, I've been feeling and itch to get back involved in the community. And, as I figured, it was a piece of cake to pay a bit of money and get back into things.

I've been posting on my own blog regularly. I kept thinking to myself "I really should post this on the…

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Who is the animus/anima?

I always thought the animus (or anima, if you're a man) was some random archetype of the opposite sex that you expressed the most. Now I wonder...

 

I figured my animus was Hermes because I have several Hermes-like traits, even though I feel nothing for him and he never appears in any active visualizations. By contrast, I have done a LOT of work with my inner Hades (who has a deep connection to my archetype, Persephone). So now I'm thinking... maybe our animus is actually the…

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