Emma Berman

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Posted 5 Years Ago


Cheers for the reivew friend. looking forward to hearing your thought on Jung. I think you might be suprised if not blown away by what you discover when you read his stuff. Best wishes.

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Posted 5 Years Ago


Hi Emma, great reflections indeed. Thank you for sharing your wonderful insight. PS: Are you familiar with Jungian Psychology? He's like Yin to Freud's Yang. If you haven't, I highly recommend. Peace, love and many blessings.

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Posted 5 Years Ago


Hi Emma,

Good to hear from you. Cheers for checking out my work. I hope you are well. Question: What's a bogart?

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Posted 5 Years Ago


Hi Emma, hope you are well.

Thank you so much for your comments.

Indeed I agree anger should not be cherised. But we ignore it at our peril also. Anger is every bit as important as love in the human emotional scheme. It is a vital and universal creative force, little understood and much feared. Because it is so difficult to mediate. Often confused with agression, which is in the extreme end of the emotional energetic specturm. Its has been the seed of great suffering in humanity, but it has also been a driving force for a great deal of human creativity, artistic, cultural and social progress for its ability to burn away delusion and complacency the removal of impediments to liberty and free expression etc. Indeed a great deal of healing personallly and socially, requires various forms of crisis to act as the catalyst for the removal of obstacles. Anger is a necessary catalyst for this process. Lets have the courage to face our anger and listen to what its tells us so that we may overcome.


It is a dobule edged sword it can either liberate us or destroy us.