The Living Labyrinth: Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams, and the Symbolism of Waking Life

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Paulist Press, 1998 - Psychology - 317 pages
Looking at myths and folktales from around the world, Jeremy Taylor reveals parallels between these ancient sacred stories and the dreams of contemporary people, showing how the universal archetypal symbols continue to shape our lives.
 

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type in google jeremy taylor stole the namehere is a letter from jeremy taylor claiming it
> ministry of dreams, he stole and hid on his site, but google indexed, his letter calls ministry above copyrights, name God spoken and created
and protected : From: "Kathryn Taylor"
> Save Address To: servantjesus@mail.com
> , brhbrh2003@email.com,
> gregoryh30@yahoo.com
> CC:
> Subject: ministry
> Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 15:43:02 -0800
> Show Full Headers Back To [INBOX]
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Anonymous
Dream
> Minister
> I have been a minister for over 25 years and have been actively
> carrying out a ministry focused on dreams and dreaming for that
> entire time. I have taught in seminaries, universities, and
> workshops all over the world and continue to do so. I have always
> advocated that working with dreams in general and working with them
> as a ministry is open to all who are called to it. The world needs
> as many good dream ministries as it can get. There is room for all
> at the table (as Jesus so
>
> eloquently said).
> Ministry of any kind is not about threats, or copyrights or
> ownership in any way. I can only conclude that you are very new to
> this and are not aware of the fellowship of ministry. The goal is
> to help each other, in order to offer help to others. Your
> hostility, and your implied and specific threats make it difficult
> for me to simply welcome you to the ranks of the ministry of dreams
> - which is always what I would prefer to do. I have noted that you
> have called me a thief in print and the law considers that a
> libelous statement
>
> (email to Jim Garrison, 2/15/07). That's unfortunate.
> I wish you peace.
> Reverend Jeremy Taylor, D.Min.
--- On Tue, 8/5/08, Jeremy Taylor <starrkingscoul@ymail.com> wrote:
From: Jeremy Taylor <starrkingscoul@ymail.com>
Subject: type in google jeremy taylor stole the name
To: president@fvc.asn.au
Date: Tuesday, August 5, 2008, 10:42 PM
here is a letter from jeremy taylor claiming it
is ok to take
> ministry of dreams, he stole and hid on his site, but google indexed, his letter calls ministry above copyrights, name God spoken and created
and protected : From: "Kathryn Taylor"
> Save Address To: servantjesus@mail.com
> , brhbrh2003@email.com,
> gregoryh30@yahoo.com
> CC:
> Subject: ministry
> Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 15:43:02 -0800
> Show Full Headers Back To [INBOX]
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Anonymous
Dream
> Minister
> I have been a minister for over 25 years and have been actively
> carrying out a ministry focused on dreams and dreaming for that
> entire time. I have taught in seminaries, universities, and
> workshops all over the world and continue to do so. I have always
> advocated that working with dreams in general and working with them
> as a ministry is open to all who are called to it. The world needs
> as many good dream ministries as it can get. There is room for all
> at the table (as Jesus so
>
> eloquently said).
> Ministry of any kind is not about threats, or copyrights or
> ownership in any way. I can only conclude that you are very new to
> this and are not aware of the fellowship of ministry. The goal is
> to help each other, in order to offer help to others. Your
> hostility, and your implied and specific threats make it difficult
> for me to simply welcome you to the ranks of the ministry of dreams
> - which is always what I would prefer to do. I have noted that you
> have called me a thief in print and the law considers that a
> libelous statement
>
> (email
 

Contents

Chapter
13
British Isles The Enchanted Frog offers
17
Thailand The Enchanted Prince reveals
25
Chapter 2
44
Chapter 3
67
Australia The Bogadjimbri Boys create the dif
78
Ancient Greece Persephone is abducted
99
Chapter 4
112
Chapter 6
168
Ancient Greece The Sphinx after a sculp
170
Ancient Greece Apollo drags the infant Her
184
Chapter 7
198
Chapter 8
230
Ancient Japan Amaterratsu Goddess of
239
Medieval Europe The Rabbi proclaims
248
Latin America The Peasant tells the Patron
259

Mesoamerica Tonantzin Mother
119
India Kali in her ecstatic dance drinks
120
North Polar Region A Shaman riding
133
Pacific Northwest Raven freshly blackened
155
Chapter 9
262
Appendix I
269
Index
306
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