Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli – Two Giants

In 1931, Pauli, a physics professor at a university in Zurich, consulted Jung about his psychological issues and alcohol use; his mother had committed suicide and his marriage, less than a year old, had broken up.On the work front, shortly after his divorce he announced (correctly) the possible existence of a new particle, the neutrino. Instead of analyzing Pauli's dreams himself, Jung sent Pauli to a student colleague, thinking it would be better if he did not conduct the sessions in person. He...
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Bradley Weber on I-III

In Keep This Quiet! III, Margaret expands greatly on some of the things she only briefly discussed in the first two books. The connections between physics and the mind are fascinating and oddly reassuring. Pick up all three books for the full scope of Margaret’s story, but if you have a more scientific or (for the lack of a better term) spiritual bent, start with Keep This Quiet! III: Initiations. And if you have the chance to see Margaret speak, you owe it to yourself to go. —Bradley James Web...
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Joy Ayscue on the Series

The first time I met Margaret, she sat down beside me (or, was it the other way around?) in a meeting and immediately, I knew I wanted to get to know her. She had a certain presence...a "shining"...that was magnetic. The Universe must have been in agreement with my intuition, because over the years I was blessed to become her student and benefited greatly from her wise and loving teachings, but still, there was a certain mystery about her that was never revealed, for she vary rarely talks about ...
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Midwest Book Review on Keep This Quiet! III

This is the third and highly recommended title in Margaret Harrell’s outstanding Keep This Quiet! autobiographical series. A fascinating and very well written personal story, Keep This Quiet! III: Initiations is very highly recommended for both community and academic library collections. Also exceptionally commended are the first two volumes in this outstanding series, Keep This Quiet! My Relationship with Hunter S. Thompson, Milton Klonsky, and Jan Mensaert, and Keep THIS Quiet Too!  
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Jungian Analyst on Keep This Quiet! III

Jung & Pauli . . . Courageously, competently Harrell guided this reader through mazes of scientific exploration, all the while keeping her engaging ‘anima’ voice as lure to read on. —Puanani Harvey, Advanced Studies Coordinator, New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts
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Alice Osborn on Keep This Quiet! III

As a practicing Reiki master, I received a great deal of insight from Harrell’s spiritual study, as well as her ability to connect patterns and puns (Watergate/Flood Gate) with both humor and reverence. —Alice Osborn, author of After the Steaming Stops
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Al Miner on Keep This Quiet! III

The information on the universal nature of each soul offers a good potential to remove some of the barriers or veils between otherwise divergent ways of thinking and believing. I’m glad Margaret is "putting this out there." —Al Miner, channel, author (with Lama Sing) of Seed Thoughts
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