The Shadow: What it is, and How We Can Assess the Energy of It in Ownership

Sunday, February 20, 2022 - Sunday, February 27, 2022
02:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Sunday February 20, 2022 and Sunday February 27, 2022 - 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Donation amount: $75

Will be held online over Zoom...

The Jungian concept of Shadow has a wide foundation in traditional Christian theology and biblical psychology. There is a challenge knowing what aspects of a person are simply unconscious aspects of the self that one calls shadow, from known destructive aspects of the unconscious that need to be recognized and cut off. Two sessions of three hours each of teaching and interactive dialogue will help unpack this content.

Sunday February 20, 2022

Session one. Defining the shadow, as repressed, forgotten, rejected aspects of our inner gold. Understanding aspects of the shadow that cannot and should not be integrated, but must be repented thereof. 

Session two. The shadow can become destructive to ourselves and others when it remains unconscious. How to make the shadow conscious. Understanding psychological projection.  

Sunday February 27,2022

Session one. Dream images of the shadow in men and women. Nightmares, Identifying the collective shadow in dreams. Understanding our own individual shadow symbols. 

Session two. How to integrate and make the shadow conscious, thus accessing the positive energy latent within it.  

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Peter Fritsch​ is an Episcopal priest, spiritual director, writer, and a vigorous proponent of the inner life and listening to one’s intuition. He writes and teaches in the fields of Jungian/Christian Dialogue, dreamwork, healing prayer, and the life of the soul.

He is the author of A Moment of Great Power: Sacramental Prayer and Generational Healing, Dreams: A Spiritual Guide to Healing and Wholeness, and, The Spirituality of the Holy Grail: Restoring Feminine Spirit in the Western Soul among other books. Peter has been training laity and clergy in healing prayer for over forty years.

Peter has a Masters of Divinity from The Church Divinity School of the Pacific, Berkeley, CA, and a Bachelor of Music Therapy from the University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA. He studied dreamwork and Jungian studies for eleven years with the Episcopal priest/Jungian analyst John A. Sanford of San Diego. Additional mentors were Morton Kelsey and Robert A. Johnson, and the Jungian Institute in Küsnacht, Switzerland.

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