Alice in process…

Instead of the question “Who is Alice?” there are now paths leading to what Alice might come to be…

12 Mar 2016

Iniciatic Alice

"Everybody loves Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll's mad-beautiful tale of one young girl’s trip down into the under-world, through the looking glass—and back again. The reason it is so beloved by people of every age, race, creed, and religion is because of its poignant reflection of the inner-journey, the process and unfolding of self-discovery. Not everyone knows this; some just know that the story enchants them, and that it's full of imagination and wonder. Whatever your take is on the story, if you're reading this…chances are you're a fan. Chances are that this story has called to you at various points in your life, and that it still calls to you, and that is not coincidental…for there are pieces of yourself still hidden in this story, and Alice's journey…is your own."

 found at  The Daily Breadcrumb


This adventure may be for you if: Through The Looking Glass - Awakening Your Inner Alice - cover photograph by Brooke Shaden 
1. You fancy white rabbits, and you'd chase one down the base of an oak anytime. 
2. You have been on a journey of self-exploration for awhile now, but you are now feeling ready to go deeper. 
3. You are a bit of a deep-diver and you don’t mind going in head-first. 
4. You have an insatiable curiosity about this inner-life, and you live for “ah-ha” moments. 
5. You’ve never met a hookah-smoking caterpillar you didn’t like.
6. You’re feeling inspired by a lot of the positive chatter on the interwebs, but you long for a deeper understanding of true peace and freedom. 
7. You have been through your share of pain and shame in this life, but you are really feeling ready to let it go. 
8. You want to understand yourself, because you know that understanding yourself is how you understand the world 
9. You’ve been known to imagine as many as 6 impossible things before breakfast. 
10. You know that inner-work is not for sissies, but it is also truly the greatest joy. 
11. You’ve given up on anybody else being the hero of your story, and you’re finally ready to be your own. 
12. You dig mad-cap adventures into absurdity, and you love a little shameless meaning-making for the sake of your own self-understanding."


It seems that the book is more connected with Tim Burton's movie than the original litarary work of Lewis Carroll. I just bought one and can commment in the future.

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