A Basque native, Arrien is at the forefront of those who see the common threads that unite us while honoring our differences. She speaks of the importance of myth and symbol in everyday life and combines the two disciplines of anthropology and psychology. Her cross-cultural approach provides both a universal and practical means of addressing health and well-being. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Angeles Arrien, Ph.D. (1940-2014) was an anthropologist, educator, and a consultant to the medical, academic, and corporate communities worldwide. She taught at the University of California, California Institute of Integral Studies, the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and the Alaya Institute, and was the founder of the Angeles Arrien Foundation for Cross-Cultural Education and Research.
Her books include:
- The Tarot Handbook: Practical Applications of Ancient Visual Symbols (Arcus Publishers 1987)
- The Four-Fold Way: Walking the Paths of the Warrior, Teacher, Healer, and Visionary (HarperSanFrancisco 1993)
- Signs of Life: The Five Universal Shapes and How to Use Them (Tarcher 1998)
- The Nine Muses: A Mythological Path to Creativity (Tarcher/Putnam 2000)
- The Second Half of Life: Opening the Eight Gates of Wisdom (Sounds True 2005)
- Living in Gratitude: Mastering the Art of Giving Thanks Every Day, A Month-by-Month Guide (Sounds True 2011)
To learn more about the work of Angeles Arrien go to www.angelesarrien.com.