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Bluebeard ~ A Killer to reckon with: How to Survive the Soul’s Predator


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If you think the human psyche is home to nothing but goodness and beauty, then please step aside. Because if you continue reading, you might get upset. For we shall dive into a reality that is hard to grasp by nature. It is elusive, slippery, and does not want to be seen. It feels counter-intuitive and anti-life. It is indeed both.

There is an innate predator and killer in psyche. A psychic force that cannot be “rehabilitated”. A psychic force that does not transform. The challenge with all archetypal energies is to learn how to relate to them without being overtaken. For the feminine psyche, which always wants to connect and relate,  this anti-life force is probably the most difficult one to come to terms with. It is too much for an individual psyche to digest.

This is the realm of Freud’s Thanatos and Jung’s dark side of the Self…

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The Sobo’s guide to Baxter and Katahdin for 2019


Baxter And Katahdin Info for ATers.

Your first stop for info: Baxter State Park.

Join the Appalachian Trail SOBO 2018 , or the  Appalachian Trail SOBO 2019 Facebook groups!
The name of the mountain is Katahdin, the summit is Baxter Peak.
The famous sign isn’t on the peak – go tag that 12 foot high cairn!
The AT is called the Hunt Trail from Katahdin Stream Campground to Baxter Peak. The traditional start for sobos is a there-and-back-again climb from Katahdin Stream Campground to Baxter Peak.
The ATC has a registration program for those attempting AT thru-hikes. A very useful tool for planning and distributing information. Please visit ATChere.
Share – the bus ride, the shuttle, the campsite – save $, make friends.
Kennel that pooch! No dogs allowed in Baxter state Park. I recommend Katahdin Critters and Connie McManus.
Bring cash, as Baxter Park does not accept debit or credit cards.

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The 2019 SoBo’s Guide to Baxter and Katahdin


Getting ready to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail SOBO.

Baxter And Katahdin Info for ATers.

Your first stop for official info: Baxter State Park.

Join the  Appalachian Trail SOBO 2019 or the Appalachian Trail SOBO 2020, Facebook groups!
The name of the mountain is Katahdin, the summit is Baxter Peak.
The famous sign isn’t on the peak – go tag that 12 foot high cairn!

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The AT is called the Hunt Trail from Katahdin Stream Campground to Baxter Peak. The traditional start for sobos is a there-and-back-again climb from Katahdin Stream Campground to Baxter Peak.

The physical and mental challenge of climbing Katahdin is not to be underestimated. You cannot roll off the couch and climb this mountain. Fit hikers can easily spend 8-10 hours getting up and down the mountain. More than a few prospective southbounders were unprepared for the task, and ended their hikes the same day they started

A successful sobo should be a physically fit and experienced backpacker. 420 SoBos…

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stuartbramhall.wordpress.com: Senior MIT


stuartbramhall.wordpress.com: Senior MIT Scientist Warns 1 In 2 Children Will Have Autism by 2025: Prediction based on Roundup’s devastating effect on gut bacteria. https://wp.me/p3WzT7-4Q3

Greens Can Dream And They Do So In Vibrant Colours.


Greens Can Dream And They Do So In Vibrant Colours.

GREEN GYMNAST C.C.

PASSIONATE PEOPLE: are artists on a mission.

Buddhist humor


Zen Flash

Image result for humor buddhismA Buddhist phones the monastery and asks the monk, “Can you come to do a blessing for my new house?”
The monk replies “Sorry, I’m busy.”
“What are you doing? Can I help?”
“I’m doing nothing.” replied the monk. “Doing nothing is a monk’s core business and you can’t help me with that.”
So the next day the Buddhist phones again, “Can you please come to my house for a blessing?”
“Sorry,” said the monk, “I’m busy.”
“What are you doing?”
“I’m doing nothing,” replied the monk.
“But that was what you were doing yesterday!” said the Buddhist.
“Correct”, replied the monk, “I’m not finished yet!”
~ Ajahn Brahm

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Why Killing Dodd-Frank Could Lead to the


Why Killing Dodd-Frank Could Lead to the Next Crash http://ow.ly/9ty730kRcI4

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