Fri, Sep 10 | The Jung Center's Zoom Classroom

The Inner Work of Retirement: From Role to Soul

What sabotages the call of the soul in late life, a passage requiring an archetypal shift which may feel disorienting and frightening?
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The Inner Work of Retirement: From Role to Soul

Time & Location

Sep 10, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
The Jung Center's Zoom Classroom

About the Event

What sabotages the call of the soul in late life, a passage requiring an archetypal shift which may feel disorienting and frightening? From our friends at The Jung Center comes a way to navigate this. Connie Zweig introduces the tools of depth psychology, shadow-work, and contemplative practice so that the inner work of age can become an initiation into Elderhood. She defines the shadows of age: denial and attachment to youthfulness, the inner ageist, identification with image and with doing, unfinished emotional and spiritual business, fear of death, and a loss of meaning and purpose. The call is a shift from role to soul to cross the threshold into a new beginning.  This will be presented over Zoom.

Topic: The Inner Work of Retirement: Shifting from Role to Soul

Presenter: Connie Zwieg, Jungian-oriented psychotherapist and the author of The Inner Work of Age: Shifting from Role to Soul

Date:  Friday, September 10

Time:  6:30 to 8pm

Price:  $20 ($15 Jung Center Members)

Link to register: http://junghouston.org/program-offering-detail/?id=e4681cd4-f5ed-11eb-9db2-02dbb43a0b10

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