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John F. O.


Brooklyn, NY

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February 13, 2013

What guided you toward Jungian ideas and the ineffabble?

A lot of my personal experiences have best made sense to me by looking at them through a Jungian lens.

Have you explored your personal myth ?

I think I have to an extent, but I definitely would like to further do so.

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

I will try. I have read a decent amount of Jung in the past. I'll definitely be familiar with the materials.


Hey there. I'm John. I'm very interested in Jungian psychology. And would be quite excited to meet other enthusiasts.

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