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genev8@gmail.com
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Jungian Psychology, Archetypal Psychology, Mythology, Ecopsychology, Somatic Psychology, Transpersonal Psych, Other
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M.A.
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Vt College of Norwich University
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psychotherapist and professor
Please share a little about yourself by way of introduction. What draws you to Depth Psychology and what are you looking for from this community?
Vivid dreaming from early ages leading to lifelong study, including ocean mediated contemplative years under sail.
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http://wateranddreams.com

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Autism and Typology

Posted on February 12, 2011 at 5:24pm 1 Comment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnylM1hI2jc

 

This beautifully evocative video by a woman with autism reminds me of Jung's writing on typology, and to wonder if a sensory/intuitive axis of personality type would be a way of experiencing the world as this video conveys? If so would it be intuitive dominant and repressed sensation or the other way around?!

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At 3:28pm on February 23, 2011, Alison Vida said…
happy to connect, Genevieve!
At 11:22pm on January 27, 2011, Dorene Mahoney said…
I think the site is a terrific place to direct your students. It's relatively new--started by Bonnie Bright, who may be doing her dissertation on it for her Depth Psy degree at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. It's really gone viral, and she's getting lots of very cool members--new ones every day! That said, the discussions grow in fits and starts. I started the group, The Twilight Zone, and both Bonnie and I have begun some threads that get picked up and then sit for a while. Check out Bonnie's recent thread encouraging people to share their dreams. Your students might like to do that. My particular skill is in DreamTending, ala Stephen Aizenstat. However, there are many skilled dreamworkers who are members and who are gifted in other forms of dreamwork. I'd love to hear from people who work in different modalities. Perhaps you'd share your own style and experience in the group? Anyhow, I'm certain that the site will only gather more steam over time. So glad to welcome you aboard!!!
At 5:06pm on January 27, 2011, Dorene Mahoney said…
You bet, I'd like to be friends! Also, I noticed that you joined Encountering the Numinous--I've been trying to get people to share their experiences there. Isn't this a great site? It's so nice to meet depth folks from all over the country.
At 4:59pm on January 27, 2011, Dorene Mahoney said…
Hey, Genevieve, welcome to The Twilight Zone! I hope that you'll share your own experiences about the kinds of dreamwork that you most enjoy. I look forward to hearing from you!
At 2:03pm on January 21, 2011, Bonnie Bright said…
You're welcome, and so glad you've already jumped in with both feet! "Yummy" is a great word!
At 5:44am on January 21, 2011, Ed Koffenberger said…

Welcome Genevieve,

Your sailing life reminded me of a verse from The Tao of Sailing.

Sea is not just sea. Sail is not just sail. Ship is not just ship. There is not one thing that is only itself. Be only one thing and lose something important; be all things and find something important. The finding of self is a losing; the losing of self is a finding.

I hope you will find the site one of gentle seas and following winds.

Ed

At 11:06pm on January 20, 2011, Bonnie Bright said…

Hi Genevieve: So glad to have you in the online depth community.What an interesting coincidence. I am constantly on the lookout for content I can use on Twitter and just tonight I had thought I should search something out from Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Then, next thing I know I am on your site, and the first thing I see is that powerful quote from her!

What an amazing life you have led at sea! Your experience offers an remarkable alchemical mix in the way of water to offer to clients and contemporaries.I hope you will find this a safe place to share some of your stories and work moving forward. It would truly be a boon to the members here. Welcome.

 
 
 


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