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    It's what those children of German immigrants taught me out on the prairie of North Dakota. (My brothers will get this totally.) It's funny how normal this collage is to me. It just seems completely familiar, and then I put on my boots and walk across the snow.

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      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Eye Candy Art Post (share 1 comment 1), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      It seems to all fit and here it is a collage, almost can't even tell. Wonderful work of this David!

    5. nkimadams 116 months ago | reply

      Yes, there is a unification of symbols quite unique in these recent religious collages. As Jung says in his lectures on "The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga"
      "We see things from the suksma aspect when we create symbols. We can also see our psyche under the suksma aspect, and this is just what the symbols of the cakras are. Nor can I describe this standpoint to you in any way except by means of a symbol. It is as if we viewed our psychology and the psychology of mankind from the standpoint of a fourth dimension, unlimited by space or time." (p. 65)

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