Recording of the February 13 Program A Non-Dual, Devotional Path: The Psycho-Spiritual, Jung-friendly Path of David Hawkins – Presented by John Schuster with Phil Meeks
February 14 @ 11:00 am - March 13 @ 11:30 pm EST
This is the access link to the recording of the February 13 program A Non-Dual, Devotional Path: The Psycho-Spiritual, Jung-friendly Path of David Hawkins – Presented by John Schuster with Phil Meeks The link will be available until March 13, 2021. It can be downloaded to your computer though.
This is the program description:
“Man cannot stand a meaningless life.” Carl Jung
Most of us entertain the questions of transcendence even as we lean into the daily realities of life—making a living, doing some good in the world, attending to family and friends. These questions come wrapped in any role we take on: careers, parenting, grand-parenting, citizenry, and church involvement.
Such questions do not have ready-made answers; likewise, questions such as where might I find a spiritual path that resonates for me?
One source of wisdom in exploring these questions is David Hawkins, whose popular book Power vs. Force, offers unique insights. For two long term JACO members (bios below) Hawkins’ writings have made major contributions to their inner life. Hawkins’ works and thinking will guide our conversation together, which will have a definite spiritual slant and touch on the non-dual perspectives.
John is an author, coach, and teacher, a former JACO board member and co-traveler on the path. He has an MA in Jungian Psychology and his books include one on purpose (Answering Your Call) and one on recontextualize our pasts so we can free escape the negatives and learn what lessons they hold. He sings, plays guitar, gardens and is a grandpa, and does what he can to help others find that original Self under the acquired self. Phil is a charter member of JACO and early board chair. He became a clinical social worker after a career as an international executive. He has been studying Hawkins for the past 10 years.