Santa Fe, NMUSA
Hometown: Dallas TX
December 27, 2009
In addition to being a member of the AQB group, I leads the JCF Mythological RoundTable(R) Group of Santa Fe and was recently accepted to the Pacifica Graduate Institute to peruse a degree in Mythological Studies.
"In the past I've also been honored to be invited to be a guest lecturer at UNM Los Alamos and Northern New Mexico College on Mythological subjects. Looking forward to presenting at the upcoming MythCon 42 conference in ABQ NM. "
Congratulations James! I'm sure I'm not alone, so I will say, WE will miss YOU! It always gladdened me to see yu at a meeting, and I will miss you. Feel free to email out of the blue for any or no reason. All the best in all things. ~Charlie
james, do you have the page and book your jung quote came from about the darkness? id like to use it in the future for my art therapy work.
thankyou james for this comment. i was trying to define terms last night so that i can be more clear about what is happening in a discussion. i took jung's qoute and tailored it to reflect my experience: to use the darkness as raw source material that feuls my creative process. this is the path for me, for connecting more soulfully with myself and others.
The PLEASURE WAS ALL MINE! [masked]
Welcome James! This is going to be fun. Best, Andi
James-group request you lead a discussion on the wasteland and the grail for the next meeting how's 2/8 contact me Ronnie
Hi James wellcome, I have a free intro workshop on wed at public library. Caii for reservation if you would like to attend. Fabio 982 3214 or e-mail at [masked]
I don't care how cliched that line is, I love it every time I hear it. Sea monster!