Our Psyche is here to ground us on the adamantine foundation of our original nature and the innate virtues/specialties (The things we are good at/do well). These form our character and represent the boundaries, the limits, within which we live in carrying out the business of life. They are our anchor stone, and serve as the source of our confidence and strength, our resiliency and our courage. They are where we turn when we have nowhere else to turn. Our gifts are with us always, and connect us at the level of the heart with the transcendent reality that shines through us when we are being who we are in the day-to-day affairs of the same-old-same-old. We are "transparent to transcendence" when we are most like ourselves, spontaneously, in response to what is called for in each situation as it arises, sincerely, naturally, out of our own integrity, our own nature. There, we are god-like, as Jesus was god-like, and could say, "When you have seen me, you have seen the Father." That is who we are when we are being who we are, moment to moment, here/now. The key is that we cannot live like that in the service of motives and agendas, purposes and goals, that take us away from serving our original nature and innate virtues in conjunction with our Psyche. When we do that, when we live with eyes on the life in Gay Paree (Or its equivalent), we are with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, with eyes only for what we want, and it is over our being one with the Father. So we have to be focused, and our Psyche is our invisible friend to assist us in remaining grounded in our Anchor Stone, and at one with the gifts that came with us from the womb, in being and doing what is ours to do in the time left for living.