The Dreamer Finds a Blue Flower

One of the first mentions of a blue flower came in the unfinished novel “Heinrich von Ofterdingen” (1802) by Friedrich von Hardenberg (aka Novalis). In it, the character Heinrich has a dream about a “blue flower” representing desire and unfulfilled love. The “blue flower” became a key symbol of inspiration in Romanticism, which stressed emotion,…

Danaë

All of life appears to be a clashing of opposites. As Heraclitus said, “Every beast is driven to pasture by a blow.” In the story of Danaë, her blow came in the form of being locked up in an underground bronze chamber by her father, King Acrisius, because the oracle of Delphi said his daughter…

Leda and the Swan and The Illuminating Gas

This is the first painting I completed after arriving to Brazil. It bridges a long journey I have taken since first discovering Carl Jung’s writings about alchemy when I was in graduate school. Alchemy was a language I understood from my early studies of Eastern philosophy. The purifying and transformative process of alchemy, i.e., the…

Ariadne’s String

My interested in mythology, the journey of the hero, and particularly of Psyche and Eros eventually brought me to Peter Paul Rubens and his painting titled “The Andrians” (a rendition of Titian’s earlier painting “The Bacchanal of the Andrians”).  Bacchus is the Roman equivalent of the Greek Dionysus, the god of harvest and winemaking. The…

On Creativity

If we think of God as a power, then we can say that creation is Its manifestation. We can also infer that creativity is an essential attribute of that Power. As an expression of that creativity, we exist by our connection to it in the way drops of water are ultimately one with the ocean.…

Carl Jung and Scalar Heart Connection

Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens. ~ C.G. Jung[1] Carl G. Jung referred to the higher intelligence of Universal Consciousness when he asked us to “consider synchronistic phenomena, premonitions, and dreams that come true.”[2]  He explained that Infinite Intelligence has other…

Love Dissolves Fear and Worry

Fear, worry, guilt, shame, and low-self esteem are all learned behaviors. They are emotions born from acquired and negative/incorrect thought patterns. Our beliefs arise from the ways our ancestors responded to the challenges of their time. Our parents reinforce those patterns as do our teachers, friends, and culture. What we should be asking ourselves is…

Changing Ancestral Faint-heartedness

After doing the Ask Your Heart App several times and repeatedly being told by her heart that she was ‘faint-hearted,’ Lena decided it was time to do the longer version to get to the bottom of her faint-heartedness. She was experiencing tightness and pain around her heart and was becoming anxious to find a solution.…

Scalar Heart Connection – Second Edition

Scalar Heart Connection – Second Edition; The Art of Synchronicity and Family Constellation. Scalar Heart Connection is a process that connects us to the source of synchronicity and thereby helps us tap into the innate knowing of our heart. The process utilizes the concepts of quantum mechanics, the archetype of Number as well as the heart’s scalar field of unlimited potentiality.

The Stress of Making Decisions

Case Study: Claudie wanted a Scalar Heart Connection session to ask her heart what was behind her recurring headaches and high blood pressure. Her husband recently passed away and she was confronted with decisions about what to do with her house and creating a means of income. Friends and family were giving her contradictory advice, adding to…