05 December 2011

Love in a Time of Narcissism

Your task is not to seek for love,
but merely to seek and find all the barriers
within yourself that you have built against it.
––Rumi

We have each been wounded and suffered in love, often from the faulty love in our families or from relationships gone bad. And all too often we have made the honest mistake of trying to protect ourselves from the pain of love. Ironically, and even tragically, our love wounds can unwittingly become barriers to real intimacy and full engagement with life. From a Jungian psychology perspective, Jeremiah will address these questions: What are the post-modern challenges to creating love that can endure, and how can we remove the barriers to love?

Jeremiah Abrams is a Jungian therapist and author based in the San Francisco Bay area of northern California. A popular teacher, Jeremiah is considered a leading expert on the human shadow.  His books include the best-selling Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature; The Shadow in America; and Reclaiming the Inner Child. His 3-CD audio program, The Dreamtime Journey: The Path of Direct Experience is a shamanic journey in a box.  http://jeremiahabrams.posterous.com

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