The triumph of science over the last four hundred years has brought untold wealth, comfort and knowledge to billions of people.
But it has a downside. The focus of the microscope has become so spellbinding we are no longer so aware of our surroundings. In the last century Carl Jung mapped out the ‘Collective Unconscious’, a communal heritage of rich symbols and archetypes which would not have looked unfamiliar to any man or woman of the Renaissance, or almost any preceding century.
But the sense of shared values, meaning, and belonging to a common heritage is lost in a world which knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
The Claregate Method describes a modern method, free of the prejudices of the past, which can bridge the gap to the unconscious.
It does this by offering a keyboard of symbols, the language of the Soul, a Jacob’s ladder, which we can use to gain understanding, meaning and purpose in a confusing modern world.