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Coming Home: The Birth & Transformation of the Planetary Era Paperback – April 1, 2010
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it gives you a wide view on the evolution of consciousness that put things into perspective. It can give you a deep sense of trust and the directions necessary to know where to go in this difficult times.
It really is beautiful book that is adressing its time problems and amplifying our vision of it.
It touched my heart and mind
In 2010 I attended Kelly’s seminar on Hegel, who argues that, “Just as gravity is the substance of matter, so also can it be said that freedom is the substance of spirit. . . . Matter possesses gravity in so far as it is impelled to move towards a central point. . . . Spirit, on the other hand, is such that its centre is within itself; it too strives towards its centre, but it has its centre within itself.” I also took Kelly’s seminar on Jung, who writes that, “We can hardly escape the feeling that the unconscious process moves spiral-wise round a centre, gradually getting closer, while the characteristics of the centre grow more and more distinct.” Guided by Kelly’s book we can see that the tightening spiral of Western history mirrors the developmental spiral of the individual self, which mirrors the spiral of black holes and our inside-out black hole universe exploding from a singularity at the Big Bang. Kelly’s book helps us understand that the Platonic-Hegelian-Jungian theory that the developmental patterns of the individual psyche, the collective psyche of society, and the cosmos as a whole, though vastly different, are simultaneously One by virtue of being structured by the same underlying archetype of Unity itself.
Easy style and language to discuss very complex process if the development of the Western mind. One of the most important books I've read.