C.G. Jung writes of individuation that it denotes “the process by which a person becomes a psychological ‘in-dividual,’ that is, a separate indivisible unity or ‘whole’” (CW 9,2 par. 490). Our stories are the records of this process; they satisfy the deepest patterns of consciousness in us by organizing energies of body and soul into a coherent narrative. We may devote our entire life to gathering the bits and pieces of a scattered plot to achieve such a condition and to relate and integrate ourselves with others and with our own narrative. While always in process, we can nonetheless achieve a condition of “co-hearance.” In our writing we will give vibrancy and voice to our own myth of individuation by reclaiming our story.