Brendon’s analytical psychology research inquires into how our emerging, living, multi culture adapts and changes. His work encourages the re-telling of important cultural stories in such a way that newness may be incorporated into familiar cultural patterns. It ain’t where you’re from, it’s where you’re at (1998), explored the world of lived experience in a Sydney Local Government Area that has a large and mixed migrant population. This research raised questions such as; what is it like to be a migrant? What is it like to have migrants move into your community? What is it like to live in a multicultural society? What is a home like in a multicultural community?