Paranoia Agent: Stories of Failed Individuation (Part One)

Paranoia Agent is a 13-episode murder mystery centered around Shonen Bat, an otherworldly aggressor carrying a golden bat, whose victim selection leaves the detective team after him bewildered.

Regulating Grandiosity: the Works of Robert L. Moore

This article will be an attempt to synthesize what I believe are Moore’s most valuable and original contributions.

The Architecture of Evil

This article’s purpose is to explore a rare and limit case: the mystery of unrepentant and self-destructive evil. To do so, we are going to turn towards Lars von Trier’s 2018 The House that Jack Built, a movie that puts the viewer inside the mind of a serial killer.

Evil, Songlines and Restoration

Truth did not come into the world naked, but it came in types and images. The world will not receive truth in any other way.

Soul-complex, Spirit-complex and Active Imagination

Recently, an acquaintance of mine had the following dream.

Crossing the Red Sea

This article is concerned with the phenomenological reality of being in between two states of consciousness, drawing from the psychological understanding of Exodus.

An Easy Guide to Jungian Dream Interpretation

Dream interpretation using the methods of Carl Jung is fairly simple, doesn’t require a ton of knowledge about mythology or archetypes, and can be one of the most valuable tools in path of self-discovery.

The Movement of Life

Recently, I’ve felt compelled to visit Hegel’s The Phenomenology of Spirit. This came out of nowhere and I must say I had some initial resistance to it because of the book’s reputation of being impenetrable.

The Solar Feminine

In a post-credits scene at the very end of The Green Knight, we see a young girl putting on Arthur’s crown.
This short and mysterious scene has left many people, myself included, with a lot of questions. Why was it included? What does it mean if anything?