Ars Nova

Ars Nova : Understanding the Alchemical Mystery in the Age of Aquarius

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"Ars Nova: Understanding the Alchemical Mystery in the Age of Aquarius" heralds a new age of consciousness for mankind. Using the alchemical paradigm as its basis, "Ars Nova" explores a burgeoning consciousness that has become available to today's man or woman. No longer does one require a retort, base metals or a fluency in obscure Latin words. With Carl Jung's incredible articulation of unconscious processes, each man and woman today can explore the precise mysteries of the old alchemists' world. "Ars Nova" is about a new stage of conscious individuation known as the verido. This new consciousness is heralded by the Age of Aquarius, the next zodiacal millennium our earth is moving into. Using alchemy, dreams, synchronicity and mystery this new consciousness can be accessed by all of us today, rather than the exceptionally elite of the middle ages. All that is required of today's alchemist is an understanding and appreciation for the experiential mysteries of the unconscious. By finding one's aesthetic It, developing It, honing It, and living one's aesthetic, today's alchemist can partake in the grandeur of the Philosopher's Stone. It is this unique alchemical gold that the philosophers of yore so desperately sought. By finding one's true aesthetic and following It throughout one's life, a remarkable door opens to the verido of the other side. Once this door is open, a deeply meaningful experience of confirmation is attained. This affirmation from the verido within is completely independent of collective approbation, sanction or judgement. This remarkable experience is difficult to articulate in words. Suffice it to say that the adept will know, without question. The latter day alchemist will be quite satisfied by the meaning of the journey and its ability to enhance the quality of life itself.
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  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 381g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514385945
  • 9781514385944
  • 2,580,589

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