The Mysterious Dance
of the I and the We
Herb Agan, EdD
Twelve Mondays, February 4 - April 22
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
$270 ($260 Jung Center members)
Jung thought that without relationships we cannot individuate or become whole. Tied to our own history and often holding important, useful shadow material, the people in our lives assist in our unique becoming. How do we reclaim our mythic story? What gifts can we receive from the roles that others play—for good or ill—in our lives? Through lecture, handouts, discussion and videos we will look at the role of authentic relationships in the individuation process as we reflect on the vital connection with our self, others, and the greater world.
Recommended readings:The Eden Project, James Hollis; Journey of the Heart, John Welwood
Herb Agan, EdD, is a psychologist and family therapist in practice for 30 years. He has long studied the integration of theology and psychology and regularly lectures in business, community and religious settings. He serves as a visiting professor at the University of Houston.