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Tom W.


New York, NY

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November 29, 2013

What guided you toward Jungian ideas and the ineffabble?

I like Jung's ideas of archetypes, especially while watching films or reading literature. I have found his psychological ideas speak to me in a way that just seem to make sense. I don't know many particulars of his theories, but I'd love to learn more, and this seems to be a place to do so.

Have you explored your personal myth ?

I have kept a journal for almost seven years, which outlines development of ideas and interests. In a Jungian context, I have not really explored my personal myth.

Will you read the assigned reading(s) for the respective Meetup?



I'm Tommy Werner, a recent college grad and NYC transplant. I studied journalism in school and have a lot of other interests, including personal journal-writing and self-reflection

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