Time: March 3, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Hosted by Pary Shaban, Ketab Corp., Persian Bookstore in West L.A.
Street: 1419 Westwood Blvd.
City/Town: Los Angeles, CA 90024, USA
Website or Map: https://psycheandthesacred.or…
Phone: 818.749.3583 c (text preferred)
Event Type: lecture, exploration of material, working, one, dream
Organized By: PSCC- Psyche and The Sacred
Latest Activity: Mar 1, 2017
Suffering has been perceived as purely destructive, random, and meaningless. In this lecture, Dr. Lionel Corbett illuminates the purpose, meaning, and transformational potential of suffering with profound sensitivity and compassion. He explores growth that can evolve from suffering, including empathy for others, wisdom, and spiritual development. This Psyche and The Sacred lecture discusses spiritual, philosophical, and personal understandings of suffering and the human spirit from a depth psychological approach.
The mission of Psyche and The Sacred: A Contemplative Community is to foster and disseminate a depth psychological approach to spirituality through personal experience, training, and publications. We offer psychologically oriented approaches to spirituality, including dreamwork and a discussion of numinous experiences.
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Our lectures will be offered in a series of 3. Fee for each Lecture: $50
Student/ Intern Discount: $45
Please register online. Email registration questions to: ScholarsofTheSacred@gmail.com
Friday night lectures precede our 2-day small group weekend seminars with Dr. Corbett.
Our first three lectures in 2017 will be
• Lecture 1, February 10: The Religious Function of the Psyche, Jung’s Approach to Spirituality
• Lecture 2, March 3: The Problem of Suffering: A Depth Psychological Approach
• Lecture 3, April 7: Forgiveness: A Depth Psychological Approach