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Statement of Irini Gregoriou, MA Art Therapy

All my life I wanted to know who we are, why we are here, what’s the purpose of it all. I could see the suffering in the world, and I wanted to find a way to help ameliorate it, even if just a bit. This is why I studied Psychology for my BA, and went to the more applied creative field of Art Therapy for my Masters. On the side, I kept reading books on philosophy, non-textbook psychology and world religions, and became acquainted with online forums where discussions on these subjects were taking place. It was through one of these forums that I came across Laura Knight-Jadczyk’s online work, The Wave, in the summer of 2005. By January 2006, I had read most of what was available on the Cassiopaea pages and I knew that I had found what I was always looking for: somebody else who was asking the same questions as I, and who has spent her life doing research in finding the answers. I hesitantly joined the QFS, their research group, where I met many others on the same search for Truth and Knowledge, not only about our external world, but also about our inner world. Continue reading