My name is Mari, and I’m fairly normal.  I work, pay rent, go out with friends, watch movies, and dote on my (completely spoiled) cat.  This is important because I’m hoping to offer a “normal person’s” perspective on what makes my grad school of choice, Naropa University, what it is.  Because “normal” is one thing that Naropa certainly is not.

I’ve applied to the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology graduate program at this school. The purpose of this blog is to chronicle the time I  spend at the school, give an insider’s view into the workings of the program, my thoughts about contemplative education, and advice for other people thinking of applying.  I’d also like it to be a springboard for discussion, from applicants, current students, alumna, instructors, and anyone else who’s curious.

I’d also love to hear your feedback, questions, criticisms, or experiences with the school.  Don’t hesitate to post.  Your information, opinions, or uncertainties are what this is all about: painting a well-rounded picture of the school, from normal people’s perspectives.

Thank you for visiting!


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