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Laura London studied experimental psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle and went on to earn her degree in neuropsychology from John Carroll University in Cleveland.
After working in the fields of neurology, neuroimaging, and nuclear medicine she entered into a lengthy Jungian analysis which led her to delve deeply into the work of Carl Gustav Jung. She has attended a wide variety of lectures and workshops with notable Jungian analysts and authors, and has worked closely with the Jung Association of Central Ohio and the C.G. Jung Center in Chicago.
Laura is a practitioner of Transcendental Meditation and Kundalini Yoga, and has been a student of astrology for over 20 years. After receiving extensive training in remote viewing from a prominent member of the US government’s StarGate program, she worked briefly for a time as an operational remote viewer. Recently, she spent three years traveling with Tibetan Buddhist monks on the Mystical Arts of Tibet tour and is an avid supporter of Drepung Loseling Monastery in South India.
She is the creator and host of the podcast, Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts. Her frequent guests include renowned Jungian analysts Dr. James Hollis and Dr. Murray Stein. In 2015, she traveled to Zürich, Switzerland, to visit the places where Jung lived and worked. Her hope is to bring the theories and applications of Jungian psychology to a wider segment of the public.