The Differences Between Spirit and Soul: The Brilliance of New Thought and Archetypal Psychology
Ernest Holmes and Carl Jung lived and taught in the same era. Holmes focused on the spiritual heights and the role of God as Pure Light and Wholeness. Jung focused on the soulful depths and the necessity of Darkness and Fragmentation. Both agreed on harmony as the goal of the psycho-spiritual process. These two teachers comprise the Yin and Yang of psycho-spiritual evolution. Join us as we examine, discuss and harmonize their ideas and practices.
Attend in person at CSL or online from anywhere via webinar.
Thursdays, Apr 12 – 26, 6:30- 9pm
Instructor:Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM
Tuition: $58 by 8pm, Sun Apr 8; $68 after
MIchael Bogar, MDiv, THM is the Spiritual Director at the Bainbridge Island Spiritual Enrichment Center. He is an adjunct instructor at the Holmes School of Consciousness Studies, and teaches regularly at the Seattle Center for Spiritual Living. Michael's teaching on spirituality and psychology, combine scholarship, humor and practical wisdom. His work underscores Soul-making as a dynamic process that values both positive and negative emotions as normal and necessary.