By Katarina Spaic Archetypal Press Blog The Original Tale of Little Snow White: Reflections of Within “If only I had a child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the window frame”
-Brothers Grimm (“Little Snow White” Fairy-Tale) It is no secret that fairy-tales have been translated and adapted and then edited numerous times over since they were originally gathered and written down. Snow White is no different. Whilst prepping for this blog post, I had
by Katarina Spaic Archetypal Press Blog The Relationship with the Father ”And I here make a rule-a great and lasting story is about everyone or it will not last. The strange and foreign is not interesting-only the deeply personal and familiar.”
~John Steinbeck There are two father-son relationships that are portrayed in the esteemed film Inception. One is an actual biological father-son bond between Robert and his father. The second bond is a a not-so-obvious connection betwe
by Katarina Spaic Archetypal Press Blog Anima/Animus and the Bridge Between the Ego and the Unconscious “Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”
~Emily Brontë The Anima/Animus Archetype is one of the most confusing to conceptualize for me. An extremely simple version of the apparent purpose of this archetype is that it represents a part of ourselves that serves as a guide to the unconscious at various intervals in our lives. Along the same lines, Murray S
by Katarina Spaic Archetypal Press Blog The Dance of the Ego and the Shadow Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.
— Oscar Wilde. There’s a reason the movie Inception was such a hit, intriguing audiences world-wide. Not only is it just trippy enough to captivate our attention, stringing us along and twisting and turning before we even see the bend approaching; but it also has numerous characters involved, all developed as their own beings yet merging together to creat