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    Ana Johnson, Ph.D., is a Professor, Public Health Sciences. She has been interested in reading about symbolism from early age with exposure to Greek mythology, and when she was ten years old, she was gifted the book, "Man and his Symbols", by Carl Jung. At sixteen, she was reading "Essay on the Freedom of Will", by Arthur Schopenhauer.
    Later in life, since 2000, she came across "The Art of Happiness", by Dalai Lama, and since then she has immersed her spare time in mindfulness, receiving teachings from different lineages, such as Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche's (Kuluta Buddhist Centre (, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh's (;
    Within her academic training, she has been interested in explanations beyond what the scientific world can elucidate. During this time, she has had training in Astrology, Feng Shui, Taichi, and Qigong. Her writing reflects her experiences and tutelage in the genre of humanity's deepest wishes, desire in the quest for happiness. A large influence in her life in the last three years has been her esteemed friend, Rolf Sattler, Ph.D., author of the book, "Science and Beyond" (

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