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Today, we shall revisit several places in Emma Jung’s biography where destiny emerged to shape her life. For example, her relationship with her father during her childhood, her remarkable response to Chretien de Troyes’ Perceval, or the Story of the Grail during her adolescence, and her confrontation with her husband early in her marriage.
Following the good advice from Dr. Michael Conforti, we shall ask, “What shapes a life?” We shall go slow, go simple, go natural, and go deep -- even if we cover only some of the material that is available. For ultimately, the purpose of this work is for each of us to deepen our perspective, not only about the life of Emma Jung, but of our understanding of what shapes our lives and our destinies.
Dr. Bonnie L. Damron is a psychotherapist, ethnographer, storyteller, and Archetypal Pattern Analyst in private practice in the Washington, D. C. metropolitan area. She is an independent scholar, with a particular interest in pre-patriarchal, goddess-based, and woman-centered cultures. During her many years in practice, she has led seminars on the writings of C. G. Jung, archetypal motifs in fairy tales, myths, the arts, and has conducted study tours to Crete and the Greek mainland.
Dr. Damron holds a Masters of Social Work degree from Catholic University, a Doctoral Degree from the University of Maryland, Department of American Studies, and a Certificate as an Archetypal Pattern Analyst from the Assisi Institute for Archetypal Studies.
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