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Journey Into Wholeness May 1988 Conference (audio)

 

Journey Into Wholeness May 1988 Conference (audio)

Clift, Shorter and Johnson

$40.00 USD

This "Journey Into Wholeness" conference from May 1988 features the following lectures, on 11 CDs, or instant access by MP3 download:

Jean and Wallace Clift:

The Hero

Bani Shorter:

And Now, What About Men?

Psychological Woman in the Tradition of Eastern Orthodoxy

Robert Johnson:

The Handless Maiden

These lectures were originally recorded to cassette and have been digitally transferred to CD. The audio quality may be lowered, but we have ensured that the lectures are completely audible.

"Journey Into Wholeness" is more than lectures. It is a sacred gathering that feeds the soul and enlivens the spirit. It is a community of individuals on their own paths of greater consciousness who come together to interact on a profoundly meaningful level of discourse and experience in a space enveloped by ritual and ceremony. It is a community where questions are welcomed and where the questions are danced. It is a community where diversity is celebrated. It is a community that endeavors to reach down to the depths and up to the heights to understand and to live into becoming the persons we were created to be as individuals and as the people of the Mystery, the One of Many Names, and to live into a full relationship with all of creation.

"Journey Into Wholeness" (formerly based out of North Carolina) sponsored multiple conferences a year from 1978 to 2006, exploring ourselves and our world through the psychology of C.G. Jung.

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