What Story Are You Living?: A Workbook and Guide to Interpreting Results from the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator
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What Story Are You Living?: A Workbook and Guide to Interpreting Results from the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator

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The profound influence of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung spans both literature and science. His concept of the archetype defines the deep, unconscious patterns in the ways we perceive, organize, and interpret the events of our lives. A wide variety of these shared human themes are reflected in both our cultural traditions and stories and in our personal experiences the stori...more
Paperback, 163 pages
Published April 6th 2007 by Center for Applications of Psychological Type
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Nov 02, 2007 Catherine rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone interested in understanding themselves
I love this book! The title threw me off on the content but the tag line: "A self-improved guide for discovering and directing the unconsicous influences that drive your life story" gave a better connection.

I don't say I love a book unless it is extraordinary. I ready about 5 books a week and find that most books aren't. In fact, in 2007 thus far I have only found 5 such books I can say this for.

If you want to know more about yourself, this is a must study book. It isn't just a straight read. Th...more
This book was interesting merely for the test to see what archetype(s) you are currently expressing. I'm sure that you can find that on the interwebs. Skip this one. Reading Joeseph Campbell's Hero with a Thousand Faces ( http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58... ) or Vogler's The Writer's Journey ( http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17... ) are much more in depth on the same subject.
Fred Jones
Interesting take on archetypes, woven into a hero's journey story in which you can find/plot yourself. Helpful exercises. Formula-driven mostly in a good sense; you really need a friend/coach to help you bring things together and gather insight that you can use to direct your own actions.
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