“Here, we may call that Gaia – the consciousness of the world.
Back up in the celestial realm of spiritual light, Sophia rediscovers Gnosis by joining her twin brother in a “marriage” of reunification, balancing the masculine ego of unrealized potential,
and uniting it with the sacred feminine – made ever more powerful by adversity… A complete person, full with the knowledge of the transcendent, unified light. The Feminine Heart of the Earth:
This is the sublimely sophisticated philosophy of the myth of Sophia, a path that leads not only to self-realization, but also to an understanding of the feminine heart and soul of the earth.
For it’s only in the feminine–the channel of creation into the world–that humanity finds the power and compassion necessary to overcome the darkness of ignorance.
But it just ain’t easy getting there, as any woman struggling in “a man’s world” can tell you, although much less of a problem in the ancient Gnostic world, where, prior to the (ongoing) suppression of the Feminine Divine,
women were equal to men in every intellectual and spiritual respect.
One Woman, Many Names:
Sophia ends up being the giver of wisdom in so many forms: She is Shakti in Sanskrit, the powerful Hindu personification of feminine wisdom, and the personal and collective linking soul as atman,
realized in the transcendent state of samadhi (Gnosis). She is the compassionate boddhisatva (Avalokiteshvara) in Buddhism, returning to light the path to nirvana (Gnosis); personified by the deity Guanyin.
She is both Mother Mary, in her ascendant form, and Mary Magdalene, as the earthly companion of the Christ potential in Christian Gnosticism. In Jungian psychology, she is the unifying power (“individuation”)
of both the feminine and masculine archetypes, anima and animus, and of the lower self of the psyche with the higher spiritual self (Gnosis).
So you see, Sophia really gets around; or as my late uncle (by marriage), the great Jungian psychologist and philosopher, James Hillman put it:
She is the Sophia of wisdom, the Maria of compassion, the Persephone of destruction, compelling Necessity and Fate, and the Muse.
Modern Psychological Understanding:
What may be most remarkable about the myth of Sophia, is the way it foreshadows?and even predetermines?what we think of as modern psychological understanding. Carl Jung recognized it as a myth of reflection
that reflected collective and individual psychology – not just as the metaphor of following “God’s reflection” down into the abyss as an act of necessary self-centeredness and hubris, eventually leading to a humble redemption;
Jung also recognized the myth of Sophia as the precursor of a many-layered structural pathology of both our individual search for health and wholeness, and of the cultural and spiritual potential of humankind.
He saw the myth as an illuminating structure, which, when shined on the collective unconscious, could guide the realization of human spiritual evolution; and the metaphor as what Joseph Campbell called,
“a psychologically affective image transparent to transcendence.”

Source: https://www.awarenessschool.com/blog/sophia-knowledge-of-transcendent-unity


“Sophia is our Universal Guide for holding the light of humanity. We need to invoke her help at this particular time and ask for a conscious activation of her presence within us. We can collectively invoke her help to awaken the dormant aspects of our own Sophia connection. We will embody her frequency, her message and her “code.” Through that we transmute ancestral belief patterns, any past life vows, internalized trauma as well as the collective shadow. We become one with our environment and fellow human beings.

We participate in the New Earth.”



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