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King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine Quotes

Robert L. Moore
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"In order for Man psychology to come into being for any particular man, there needs to be a death. Death—symbolic, psychological, or spiritual—is always a vital part of any initiatory ritual. In psychological terms, the boy Ego must 'die.' The old ways of being and doing and thinking and feeling must ritually 'die,' before the new man can emerge." The Crisis in Masculine Ritual Process, Page 6

"The devastating fact is that most men are fixated at an immature level of development. These early developmental levels are governed by the inner blueprints appropriate to boyhood. When they are allowed to rule what should be adulthood, when the archetypes of boyhood are not built upon and transcended by the Ego's appropriate accessing of the archetypes of mature masculinity, they cause us to act out of our hidden (to us, but seldom to others) boyishness." Boy...

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