Robin Palmer left a comment for Ed Koffenberger
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Thanks. So glad I found this! I feel very lucky to be able to take what I've discovered over the years through my reading and research and be able to "package" it in a way for the general public that is more mainstream and less heady - esp for…"
May 23, 2011

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  • Hi Robin, Welcome to the group The Twilight Zone! As a television executive, you will appreciate the nod to the Rod Sirling series. Feel free to jump into the discussion threads or Wall to post comments and questions.


  • Hi Robin, lovely to hear from you. I love that you are re-telling the old stories in modern from. Have you considered the Mythology degree at Pacifica? If you ever have any questions about it, I'm happy to talk! all my best, Jacqui
  • Absolutely a new friend.
  • Greetings Robin!

    Thanks for friending me. I come from a film background and I'm never suprissed how many folks from tv, film, theater, ext, enjoy jung and depth psychology. Glad to have another kindred spirit here!


  • Welcome Robin,

    I love the way you have "jumped in with both feet!" I am especially gratified to find someone who is building a bridge between the "real" world and what, at times, feels most esoteric in Jungian circles. Sometimes we Jungian/archetypal folks get so wrapped up in our lingo that others start checking their cereal boxes for their decoder rings. Again, welcome.

    By the way, do you do speaking gigs?


  • Hi Robin. Welcome to the online Depth community. You are such an accomplished author--and I see just from a quick look that your books seem to contain many archetypal ideas and energies. They look fun and interesting to read! I'm so glad you recognize the role and power of depth psych in your work--It truly underlies everything we do once you start looking, doesn't it?

    Meanwhile, I hope you'll feel compelled to join the dialogue here. Of course, every community depends on authentic interaction, so I encourage you to jump in and engage right away by joining a discussion, commenting on others' posts, or posting some of your own work. I'll send you some tips on navigating the site in a separate email. Enjoy!
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