March Lunch & Learn | Pilgrimage and Poignancy: Aging as a Journey to Self
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About the Event
Aging with intention is a creative and courageous act – a path to wholeness – and makes artists of us all when it calls us to find and express our inner beauty, and to imagine life beyond our perceived limits. Carl Jung addressed the psychology of the second half of life, and many later thinkers and writers after him have offered additional models – and questions. In our time together, we will explore and apply some of these lessons to the challenges and opportunities of our own conscious aging journeys. The paths of growth in elderhood are laden with new joys and new burdens and, above all, new opportunities that could not have presented themselves in what for many of us was the busyness of our mid-life years.
John Cunningham Schuster teaches leadership coaching at Columbia University and Rice. He has an MA in literature and an MA in psychology from Saybrook University’s Jungian studies program. He is the author of five books and a coach and mentor to corporate executives and non-profit leaders. In 2018, John launched a podcast about aging with intention called Stories for the Ages on NPR.
Presenter: John Schuster(MA)
Topic: Pilgrimage and Poignancy: Aging as a Journey to Self
Date: Wednesday, March 10
Time: noon to 1 pm
Register: Click here, or call (713) 524-8253 to register.