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Waking Up in America

Waking Up in America

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

March 12th 2008:Leading a fulfilled and happy life

Join Doctor Val, Alan and Tony as they delve into archetypes of literature which reflect our psyches and the art of breaking personality patterns and creating new habits. Using his expertise as both a professor of literature and a therapist of over thirty years, Alan Hunter uncovers evidence of six archetypes that repeatedly appear in specific order in great literature. He clearly lays out each archetype so that the reader can identify which of them (Innocent, Orphan, Pilgrim, Warrior-Lover, Monarch Pair or Magician) he or she might currently embody. Then using examples from classics like D

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