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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Jung Platform hosts Moore's audio lecture Feb. 4

On Tuesday 4 February 2014 Jung Platform offers the teleconference A Religion of One's Own with Thomas Moore (6:00 p.m. PST) based on his new book. The call will be approximately 90 minutes long (including a Question and Answer segment).

Cost: $24.75 for the live teleconference and its audio recording.
 Register before 31 January 2014 for 10% discount.
Includes 1 CE.
"Steeped in Jung, [Moore] sees religion as the result of an individual movement toward depth and an awareness of the mysterious and the beyond-ego elements in ordinary living.
Still, the book is not about a self-centered quest or personal psychology. It suggests a re-visioning and deliteralizing of community, so that the newly imagined religious person finds fellowship with all beings on the planet, and beyond. The book spells out various ways, inspired and guided by the spiritual traditions, but far-ranging, we can make our lives thoroughly religious, avoiding the creeping secularism of the age. It is for everyone — church-goers, seekers, agnostics and even atheists. Instead of a vague spirituality, it recommends a freshly re-invented notion of religion suited to the 21st century."

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