Kathleen Wiley

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Carl Jung

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Kathleen Wiley is a Diplomate in Analytical Psychology. She is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Professional Counselor and has a private practice in Davidson, North Carolina. Her background includes a B.A. in Christian Education and a Masters in Human Development and Learning.

Her work focuses on empowering people to live out of a conscious relationship to the Self/God Within. She realizes the importance of encountering God as part of the human experience of being in a physical body and the importance of interpersonal experiences of relationship.

Her writings are based on four fundamental principles:

1. The spiritual path of the West is Incarnation, not transcendence. We are called to fully embody God Within. Living in consc
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“I write meditations on the scriptures with an eye towards what they mean about our psyche/soul. I consider the stories and images as sym- bols of our inner worlds, including our thoughts, feelings, sensations, intuitions, perceptions, impulses, and emotions. By contemplating the scriptures in this manner, we can access understanding of our selves as living beings who are manifestations of God. We begin to embrace and value who we are as everything in our nature holds a seed of the Divine.”
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