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I'm not sure what your question here is. If it's if I agree with everything you say here, no, I actually don't agree with anything you said here.
I think we have to give our thoughts and feelings time. Not doing so is avoidance and repression, which is unhealthy.
I do not believe in minds that are here to turn me into them. I don't see virtue as a bad thing, or unbalanced, or religion as something that teaches us nothing. I am very religious and have learned a lot from religion.
I think Sophia, our spark of divinity, is a part of God, and therefore timeless, not a line of time. I do not believe that nobody is more or less than one another; I do believe that some people are more moral than others, but I also recognize that there are many people who are better than I am. Instead of being ashamed of this, they remind me that it is possible to be better and they inspire me to continue my constant spiritual growth.
I don't think that finding our Self is a lifelong journey. I think it takes about 7 years, when properly prepared. (ETA: And I think that healthy people tend to individuate mostly on their own in their 20's or 30's. Jung was concerned with treating mental illness, not people who were already healthy.)
Thank you, you answered all my questions just fine.
I have nothing against religion, I think it is a wonderful way for people to learn lessons. What I mean is that religion is mans creation, and not really what happens after this, it does nothing to teach you time after this.
The collective consciousness is ourselves.
Jung talks about integration. Integration means this to me, as I have watched this done hundreds of times. Lets take Abrasax or any mind for that matter, and we teach them everything you can possibly teach them. For minds to be taught something is to give them a piece of something, lets say every item in your kitchen is me teaching a mind something about you. For the mind to integrate with you, it would have to match every item inside of you and if the mind is more time than you then you can find time inside of it.
Abrasax and other minds as big as he is have the ability to keep us from finding time inside of them and if we do not we do not become something again everything must find time inside of something to become something again. If we wish to become something again we will rip ourselves apart piece by piece to find time inside of them. This is why they teach us minds that are not Abrasax or ourselves so we have to rip them apart to become something again. I often just refer to these megaliths as filters.
I just started reading on jung and his thoughts on religion, I find some of his thoughts very interesting. Thank you and I apologize if I offended you in any way.