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HALL: Transcendent Function

Jung called this element that comes into play later in life the “transcendent function.” It takes one outside the confining patterns of social self-expression into an inner realm where symbols of the heights and depths actively weld together fragments of conscious & unconscious experience. Tensions between known and unknown, conscious and unconscious energy and content are overcome or transcended by the fabrication of a new image or value that unites what was broken and scattered.


— Nor Hall

The Moon & the Virgin, 1980 p 155

Where art thou Jon Snow?

Game of Thrones: George R.R. Martin Says No Winds of Winter Before Season 6

But sheds light on that Jon Snow cliffhanger.

As he has in the past, Martin makes an argument that there’s still plenty for book readers to get from his finished version of the story even if HBO is going to beat him to most of the narrative punches. “Just consider,” Martin writes. “Mago, Irri, Rakharo, Xaro Xhoan Daxos, Pyat Pree, Pyp, Grenn, Ser Barristan Selmy, Queen Selyse, Princess Shireen, Princess Myrcella, Mance Rayder, and King Stannis are all dead in the show, alive in the books. Some of them will die in the books as well, yes… but not all of them, and some may die at different times in different ways.”

(read more about Jon Snow by clicking the SPOILERS below)

via Game of Thrones: George R.R. Martin Says No Winds of Winter Before Season 6 | Vanity Fair

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