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    Hello. Are you still studying Latin? I have several gigabytes of PDFs of dictionaries/grammatical information, as well as as classical texts if you'd like them. If you're interested, I can give you a download link and you can just take what you like. Also, have you heard of the Diogenes program?
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    Thanks for the input. From what I've been reading, harmonizing seems to be a better fit than normalizing. I don't suppose that immediately strikes you as wrong somehow?
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    What you said about schizophrenia and different countries is really interesting. I also like your idea of talking to the voices because I did do that.

    I talk to one voice in particular who is supposedly an angel. He visits victims to be with them when they're being harmed. He explained that he was showing me his work. The more I spoke to him, the more the negative voices got quieter. I think your ideas is a good one It did work for the most part.

    I had genuinely wondered about schizophrenia in other countries and I'm not surprised their experiences are more positive. I was raised Taoist by my father, but I learned about Catholicism. Still I was genuinely surprised when it was still in my psyche regardless of my upbringing.
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    Hmm, I'm not sure. That would be the second pÚssibility in typing him, but he seems identical to Robin Williams maybe? Can't pin him down to IEE-Fi nor IEE-Ne, which would you say he is?
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    Hi. Since you said you thought DCNH was easy to observe, I'm curious: do you have an idea of what my type would be?
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    Thanks for your feedback. It's possible that Michael Jackson is EIE. I can also see EII-Ne. What do you think?
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    Yeah, I relate.

    About Hillman -- I read that chapter, of course. I also read a book he co-authored with Michael Ventura called We've Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy, and the World's Getting Worse. This was after he split with the Jungians. It had some interesting thoughts, though I despise the format and tone of that book. Also some ideas I don’t feel are quite right. I was curious if you had any impression of his writing since I wasn't sure how interested I was in reading more of him.

    What is the book on Scandinavian paganism? If you think it's good, I'd be curious to read it. Religion really interests me.
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    Hey, have you read much of James Hillman? If so, what do you think of him?

    It seems much of his writing isn't on libgen, but I have an Amazon gift card; if I think his writing his good I'll upload some to libgen.
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    Hi. To begin with, since you said I knew Latin ó my Latin is only so-so, to be honest. I only took two years of it in college (I took more in high school, but you only get so far), enough to graduate, but I havenít really studied it afterward. So I wonít make pretensions there; I usually canít read a long section of poetry or very literary prose without having to look up some words.

    Iím not familiar with comic books, so Iím afraid I canít help you there. As Iím sure you know, though, there are some childrenís books and otherwise easy-to-read books that have been translated into Latin, which you may find helpful. I liked reading Winnie Ille Pu, myself. Like the original, its grammar isnít difficult, so even as a beginner, you should be OK if you have a dictionary, I think.

    I donít know how youíre studying, but the approach of my classics classes was usually to give us a text along with a commentary for difficult grammar and social context. Sometimes they came together in a single book; Cambridge University Press sells texts like this for instance. Most grammatical commentaries on single Greek and Latin texts are written for graduate students, which might be frustrating at your current level, but I personally found that using them was often helpful. I can try to help you find some, if youíre interested.

    Iím sorry this isnít more helpful.

    Personally, Iíve been trying to keep up my ancient Greek study since graduation, but itís been difficult to find the motivation, especially since Iíve been studying Japanese lately in hopes of getting a job teaching ESL. The social factor at university was a great motivator for me. But not many people in the general population seem very interested in studying ancient languages, and given how much time studying an effectively dead language like Latin or ancient Greek takes, itís easy to find something else to do. Even more so, again, when it feels like I have another language I should study. So congratulations on studying on your own. I wish you better motivation than I have.
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    Is she well-known here? I donít think most here are familiar with Jung. Iím not sure how much value such a thread would have or how many responses it would receive.

    Well, I was curious what you thought, so had just planned to talk with you about it if you were willing, but if you think a public thread would be good, perhaps the both of us can post what we think there.

    If thatís what you had in mind: Iíll likely post a thread once I wake up and have the opportunity to collect my thoughts ó unless youíd like to make one before then, in which case Iíll try to reply.

    Most of what struck me about that book struck me on an individual level ó it helped clarify my own thinking greatly, and certain truths she mentioned corrected some errors I was making in my life and my approach to certain psychic problems. I doubt this would be interesting for anyone to read, so it will take me some time to determine what I should say instead. Otherwise I would probably have already made a thread or messaged you with some thoughts for feedback.
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