Bonnie Bright commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Mark: You're new book sounds fascinating. Congrats - and I will also look up the Spring pub on music. Just wanted to add one more article on music and sound I happened across today as well: This article lands on the Neuroscience end of the spectrum…"
Apr 20, 2011
Mark Winborn commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Hi Jim.  In terms of music and depth psychology you might some interesting material in Gregory Rolla's "Your Inner Music" and a new collection of essays by Spring Publications "Music and Psyche."  Also, I have a book specifically about a depth…"
Apr 20, 2011
Dorene Mahoney commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Jim, what a lovely story! I want to welcome you to the Alliance and the group The Twilight Zone. I hope that you will post questions and comments and topic threads--no experience necessary!"
Apr 20, 2011
Bonnie Bright commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Jim--and everyone - I just came across this article this morning and thought you might be interested. It's not specifically on music, but on sound and offers a great history and context for the role of making sacred sound through history and…"
Apr 20, 2011
Bonnie Bright commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Hi Jim: Thanks for sharing your story, and I'm so glad we had that brief exchange at the JFK/Rebearths event. I really appreciated hearing new news about Colony Collapse Disorder, and I can't help but notice a correlation between your willingness to…"
Apr 20, 2011
Ed Koffenberger commented on Jim Arding's blog post Introducing myself
"Wonderful story Jim..To witness to another's story without any agenda but to "be with" is truly a gift and a moment of grace. I am also moved by the fact the story-teller was an "elderly" person, a group more often marginalized in this…"
Apr 18, 2011

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  • Welcome Jim,

    Glad you have joined us and jumped into being part of a few of the groups. I believe you will find many in the Alliance who are "beginners" through long standing depth folks. It is through such a mixture that the Alliance is enriched. I look forward to your posts.

    Ed

  • Hi Jim. Welcome to the Alliance. So glad to have you here. Were you, by chance, at the "Conversations with a World Ensouled" event at JFK on Friday? If so, what did you think?

    Meanwhile, I'm sure you know you'll find this community to be a rich place to explore depth and Jungian psychology with hundreds of discussions, videos, blogs, and more. I hope you'll jump in and engage by asking a question in Forum, joining a discussion, commenting on others' posts, or posting links or articles that have moved you in the past. I'll send you some tips on navigating the site in a separate email in case its of help. Enjoy the site!

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Introducing myself

   Six weeks ago I had a truly trans formative experience.  Currently my primary career is as CPA. One afternoon I delivered tax returns to a client who is 85.  Her best friend of 60 plus years had just died after a long illness.

   We sat at her kitchen table and I explained the returns and showed her where to sign.  She then began telling me about her friend and their friendship.  At first my reaction was to pull in and I…

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