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Introduction To Psycho Spirituality

Introduction to Psycho Spirituality

Aim of the Course

This course aims to enhance integral spiritual growth through an understanding of the nature and dynamics of the human unconscious and its impact on behavior patterns.

Course Content

The overall structure will focus on the structure of the human psyche, persona and shadow, archetypes, anima and animus, and the process of individuation.


Written Exam

Credit: 3

Select Bibliography

Hall, Calvin S. A Primer of Jungian Psychology. New York: Mentor, 1973

Monbourquette, John. How To Befriend Your shadow, London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 2001.

Pascal, Eugene. Jung To Live By. New York: warner Books Inc., 1992

Richo, David. How To Be An Adult. New York: Paulist Press, 1991

Richo, David. Shadow Dance. London: Shambhala Publications: Paulist Press, 1999

Robertson, Robin. Introducing Jungian Psychology. Dublin: Newleaf, 1992

Sandford, John A. The Invisible Partners. New York: Paulist Press, 1980

Stein, Murray. Jung’s Map of The Soul. Chicago: Open Court Publishers, 1998

Wilmer, Harry A. Practical Jung. Wilmette, III.: Chiron Publications, 1987

Lecture Hours

To be confirmed


Fr. Michael Raymond