Soul loss has been described throughout time as an attack on the vital energy, nature and essence of one’s Being. In our modern western culture this manifests as compulsive self destructive behaviors (addiction), psychosomatic disease, existential alienation and fragmentation, loss of will and life force, disillusionment, and a painful sense of disconnect from meaning, purpose and belonging.
In this program we will review the psychological and spiritual aspects of soul loss and retrieval from the perspective of C.G. Jung. We will also explore a meditative healing process based on Jung’s Active Imagination Method.
Date & Time: Saturday, May 16, from 10:30am to 4:00pm
Presenter: Craig Lennon, PHD
Fee: $60 (includes lunch)
About the Presenter:
Craig Lennon, PHD is a spiritual director and clinical psychologist practicing in the tradition of Jungian Depth Psychology. His book of Poetry, My Beautiful Ruins, was published in 2017. His workshops combine mystic poetry, myth, dream, and meditative practices in the exploration of a variety of psycho-spiritual themes.