Category: psychology

Reforming Demons

Years ago, I had experimented with some “classic” chaos magic praxis about “personal demons”: trying to exorcise those parts of myself that have gone rampant and demonic, negative thoughtforms, etc. As I was talking about this with a friend the other day, I thought I would revisit the topic with the benefit of more experience […] … Continue reading…Reforming Demons

[NB] Jung & Spare

Reading the intro to Joan Chodorow’s book on Jung’s writings on active imagination (Jung on Active Imagination), & Jung apparently—from my perspective—engaged in inner pathworking, trance projection, etc., using the simple methods Fries has pointed to. Jung sought to frame these experiences as (seemingly) wholly psychological, though he apparently noted the “energy” & pathos unleashed […] … Continue reading…[NB] Jung & Spare