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"Did You Know!" Part 2 -Symbolic Myths - With Your Host - Jo Anna G McNally

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"DID YOU KNOW!" WITH JO ANNA

HOST - JO ANNA GARFI-McNALLY -Spiritual Intuitive, Remote Energy Healer.  Tutorial classes, Workshops,  lecturer, Nationally/Internationally renowned, serving all communication media. Spanning  over four plus decades. In the mid 1970's she was co-owner of a not-for-profit, Metaphysical School, one of many to come, reconized by the NY State Board of Education Department, known as MetaCenter (MC2), in Fort Salonga, NY. At the same time, with her associate, Russell, began a Cable TV show, called "Infinity" interviewing the best of the best of the, Seventy's,  New Age Movement.  She is Co-anchor of "I've Got Your Number" with Host Lois T Martin, Every Monday - 7-8:30pm.  You can find her on Twitter @GarfiMcnally, Call: 631-836-7666,  e-mail her; jgarfimcnally@gmail.com, Facebook: Jo Anna Garfi McNally.
Thursday's show
 will bring you a variety of subjects, covering how it all began in the field of the "Unknown" to what is The New Age 

Exploring the Symbolic Meaning of Myths Myths are jam-packed with symbolic levels that once acknowledged, can have a tremendous impact on human consciousness.  The symbolic meaning of myths is designed to have a multi-layered effect upon the observer. One myth is like a miniature world.  A world in which there are seemingly infinite avenues of wisdom imparted.  Each avenue within a story points in a philosophical direction.  Moving within a myth, we are offered symbolic clues – signposts, roadmaps, landmarks – all of these are waiting for our awareness to discover. To be sure, the symbolic meaning of myths is endless in its ability to serve up a feast of perspectives to our hungry spiritual senses.  

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