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Meg

Location:

Philadelphia, PA

Member since:

October 27, 2011

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What guided you toward Jungian ideas and the ineffabble?

I wrote my high school English thesis on Jungian symbolism in the early works of Hermann Hesse. Thankfully, I had no idea that might be considered weird at the time. My interest in such ideas has been more integrated or automatic than active and a result of my work and interest in music, religion/spirituality and literature.

Have you explored your personal myth ?

See above.

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

Yes

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