"Archetypal psychology stresses that an archetype is not a thing, but a move one makes; and an image not a thing, but a way of seeing , or re-visioning.
We must learn to sense through imagination, which is to sense the interiority of the thing as it presents itself, to echo.
Our post industrial culture divides the world into live (animate) and dead (inanimate matter) as if a pebble had no vibrant face in its self preservation;and as if the wonder of the world were invested in our response to it, rather than its beautiful presence". ( from Earth's Embrace by Alan Bleakley, Gateway Books , Bath).

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