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CANCELLED!  Pittman weekend cancelled due to Texas weather emergency. Attempt to reschedule as soon as possible. New date will be forthcoming. 

J. Pittman McGehee

A Healthy Worldview for the 21st Century 

October 30th & 31th, 2015

First Community Church, South 

Reduced prices available until 10/23/2015

See flyer for details!

 

Friday Evening Lecture 7:00pm - 9:00pm (2 CEUs)

A Healthy Worldview for the 21st Century 

For Jung, individuation requires each of us to develop a worldview. More than a viewpoint, it includes our value system, resources, and means for living life. The seven traditional ways we experience the transcendent are conduits that remind us to look for the extraordinary in the ordinary, the miraculous

in the mundane, and the sacred camouflaged in the profane. This lecture will identify how and where we might meet the transcendent in our ordinary lives. 

 

Saturday Workshop 9:00am - 1:15pm (4 CEUs)

Stories & Symbols as resources for individuation

Through lecture, discussion, and experiential exercise, this workshop will show how stories, especially sacred stories, can reveal archetypal patterns which are resources for our journeys. Further we will discuss the nature of symbols and the way they help us find meaning in our daily lives. 

 

About J. Pittman McGehee, DD:  is an Episcopal priest and Jungian analyst in private practice in Austin, Texas. He is widely known as a lecturer and educator in the field of psychology and religion, as well as a published poet and essayist. He is the author of The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are, Raising Lazarus: The Science of Healing the Soul, Words Made Flesh, and The Paradox of Love. His website is www. jpittmanmcgehee.com.

  

 

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Location

First Community Church, South 1320 Cambridge Blvd., Columbus, OH, 43212, United States Get Directions

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The Jung Association of Central Ohio (JACO) provides educational opportunities for personal growth and development based on the writings, teachings, and insights of Carl Gustav Jung and various post-Jungians. We offer educational and experiential programs to those who are seeking meaning, integration and wholeness. These programs emphasize Jung’s individuation process and the relationship of this journey to the community and the world.

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