An Order Outside Time: A Jungian View of the Higher Self by Robert B. Clarke PDF

By Robert B. Clarke

The line of Western Spirituality all started in Egypt and endured in the course of the time of Christ. Has it develop into stalled within the years since?

Robert Clarke says certain, it has. In The 4 Gold Keys, Clarke, going via his personal spiritualization within the psychic depths, argued that the best way out of Western civilization's crucial atheism lies within the mental teachings of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung.

In An Order outdoor Time, Clarke reinterprets Western Spirituality, utilizing Jungian symbolism, to teach that the nice tales of historic Egypt and of the outdated and New testomony are approaches of what Jung referred to as individuation. this is often the individual's trip from lowest to optimum Self; from Osiris to Horus, from Moses to Joshua, from David to Solomon, from John the Baptist to Jesus Christ. those pairings additionally mirror what Joseph Campbell calls the Hero's trip, that could finally spiritualize the total culture.

Clarke lines the connections among Egyptian, Jewish, and Christian mythology, andconcluding that the West's religious lineage has develop into stalledmaintains that we will reach wholeness simply by means of making feel of the clues supplied through our mythology. this is often the royal line of upper Self incarnations throughout the collective unconscious.

The final instance of individuation, Clarke says, is the Christ, who needs to now be additional understood and constructed. And, taking Christ as our image of the Self, direct event of the sacred, through every one people, can allow us to accomplish our best non secular power, either as participants and as a complete tradition. An Order outdoors Time exhibits how that non secular trip begun and the way it needs to be continued.

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