NARRATIVE THERAPY – THE BEAUTIFUL DECEPTION OF STORYTELLING (PART 2)
Narrative therapy part 2 – “Carl Jung’s theory of the “collective unconscious” reminds one of ancient Rome’s Pantheon of gods, a magnificent architectural construction of balance and beauty that housed a collection of Rome’s twelve main deities during Caesar Augustus’ reign (63 BC – 14 AD) – Zeus or Jupiter, Hera or Juno, Athena or Minerva, Demeter or Ceres, Apollo, Artemis or Diana, Aphrodite or Venus, Hephaistos or Vulcan, Hermes or Mercury, and Dionysus or Bacchus.
When the Christians were offered a niche in the Pantheon for Jesus Christ, the real Christians flatly refused and were cast to wild animals in the Colosseum, Rome’s main amphitheatre, where they were torn to pieces. The “Christians” who compromised their faith and happily served two masters, Jesus together with Rome’s pantheon of gods, were allowed to continue their lives in freedom mixed in a poisonous potpourri of diverse god-worship. Their hearts became worse than Rome’s illustrious Pantheon that looked so beautiful from the outside but was rotten in the inside.”
NARRATIVE THERAPY Part 2.pptx by Tom Lessing
See part 1 here: https://www.discerningtheworld.com/2023/08/29/narrative-therapy-beautiful-deception-storytelling-part1/