A Return to Creation as a Creator
In this section the path or way forward (and back) is discussed. Jung (2009) said that “there is only one way and that is your way” (p. 125), and here the navigation of the process is introduced to begin to map out your journey, orienting to the descent into the underworld and the unconscious. This map orients you to both time and space as well as the center and periphery. Orienting both within and without, the way is physical and psychological. It is a way of the body and the body of art.
"This thought [God intended Adam and Eve to sin] liberated me instantly from my worst torment since I now knew that God Himself had placed me in the situation." C. G. Jung
"I mentally ran through the long procession of unknown ancestors until finally I arrived at Adam and Eve. And with t hem came the decisive thought: Adam and Eve were the first people."
C. G. Jung
Return to Roots
Return to Center
“The story of paradise repeats itself, and hence the serpent winds its way up the tree because Adam should be led into the temptation." C. G. Jung