Sunday, July 22, 2007



The idea of a "guardian" appeals very strongly to the "interior child" part of the mind. Wise and mature people can also believe in it, but its strongest appeal is to the part of the mind that needs to feel "taken care of" by some "parental" or "care-giving" figure. Most adults find the fullest and most complete spiritual life does not require the presence, or even existence, of any "guardian."

The "guardians" can be very pleasant, even when only pleasant fantasies.:)


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