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EVE   The "Life Breath"

Jung’s soul identified with Eve in The Red Book and the artist Christiana Morgan (1997) was an Eve like figure who said of her art-based “vision of what it meant to be a woman conscious of her own self” that,  “I must be mother and that nothing will ever stand between me and the forces which are around me—that I will be eternally alone—looking at these naked things [the visions] always unprotected, and then measuring them to the capacity of these several individuals—veiling them and transforming these things that I see to meet the needs of each one—while I see them in the raw. I have the feeling that this may be the real awakening consciousness of woman” (p. xxxiii). In ways this art-based methodology can be seen as a return to Eve and her embodied art-based knowledge.

Evening of the Soul
Sacred Night

Egyptian Darkness

Close Eyes

Who was She

Fallen Woman

Night of Soul

Dreaming

Sleep

 Of the story of Adam and Eve: "This story yields itself meaning only to a psychological interpretation." C. G. Jung

              

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Return to Nature

Homeostasis

Well-Watered Land

Unconscious

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Return to Relationship

Community

Jung singled out the sexuality of Eve as a primary repression in which creativity is not acceptable but procreativity is.
Eve as Initiator

Offering

Adam and Eve

Sharing

Soul as Initiator

Receiving

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"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakes." C JUNG