Upcoming Courses for Fall 2020

Upcoming Courses for Fall Term 2020

 

note: all JCSS courses are now on the Zoom format; payment can be made through PayPal or via check in $US

Aware that the pandemic has caused widespread economic hardship, we don’t want financial circumstances to hinder someone from taking our courses. We welcome email conversations from anyone who would need a reduction in the usual fee.

 

Treasures of the World’s Religions, Tuesdays, 9/1, 10/6, 11/3, 12/1, 1/5, 2/2, 3/2, 4/6 & 5/4; 7-9PM (Eastern US time) via Zoom; $90 (via PayPal or check in $US); to register, email us:

This 9-session course surveys all the religions of the world to identify the major truths and gifts each contributes to global civilization. Contrasting aspects of the various exoteric expressions of religion and comparison of the commonalities in their respective esoteric forms are highlighted. We also study the mythical, ethical and esoteric aspects of religion, as well as considering the new emerging form of spiritual expression. Led by Sue Mehrtens

Esoteric Christianity, Wednesdays, 9/2,9,16 & 23rd ; 7-9PM (Eastern US time); via Zoom; $60; to register, email us:

Drawing on both the orthodox canon and Gnostic texts, this course examines the “more interior” (Greek esoteros) form of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Multiple exercises assist and encourage students to perceive the deeper layers of meaning in both Old and New Testament texts, and to discover the “hidden wisdom in the Holy Gospel.” Aware that the pandemic has caused widespread economic hardship, we don’t want financial circumstances to hinder someone from taking our courses. We welcome email conversations from anyone who would need a reduction in the usual fee. Led by Dr. Sue Mehrtens

Conscious Prosperity: Jung on Money, Wednesdays, 9/30, 10/7,14,21, &28th ; 7-9PM (Eastern US time) via Zoom; $75; to register, email us:

This course brings a Jungian perspective to bear on money, considering such topics as the “money complex,” symbols and money, archetypes and money, money and values, the link between money and the sacred, and vocation and money. Readings are drawn from a wide array of authors, Western and Eastern., but the bulk of the course consists of thought-provoking exercises. Aware that the pandemic has caused widespread economic hardship, we don’t want financial circumstances to hinder someone from taking our courses. We welcome email conversations from anyone who would need a reduction in the usual fee. Led by Sue Mehrtens

 

Link to our August blog essay:

Karma, Guilt and Reparations:Jung on a Challenge of Our Time