Terry Laszlo-Gopadze
Terry's Bio

Born in Chile in 1944, Josefina Burgos fled the Chilean dictatorship of General Pinochet in 1976 and came to the United States with her son and husband. She lived in Washington, D.C., where she worked as an architect for sixteen years and was able to forget the nightmare in Chile, although the “presence” she had felt never quite left her. When she moved to San Francisco in 1992, she found herself embarked on “a long and painful search for my lost soul,” which led her to the California Institute of Integral Studies. Through the experience of her studies in archetypal psychology, philosophy, and religion, she was able to open the long-closed door to her soul and move forward on the path that led her toward wholeness and a reconnection with her dreams. Now she is actively writing and lecturing on the subject of meaning and imagination. She has obtained a master of arts degree in philosophy and religion, and is currently completing studies toward her doctorate.

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