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A Place for the Sacred in Today's World?

A shared lecture and discussion by The Guild of Pastoral Psychology and The Guild of Psychotherapists

Jungian analyst Rabbi David Freeman will examine clinical and theological aspects of Jung’s perception of the numinous and how it and the Jewish concept of holiness may offer a religious and psychological pathway towards the future. Psychoanalytic psychotherapist and Church of England minister, Revd. Maria Schleger, will explore how our relationship with the experience of absence can tell us something about the sacred, using examples from literature, St Augustine and Bion.


Rabbi David Freeman | talks
Revd Maria Schleger | talks


Date and Time:

17 October 2009 at 2:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



The Essex Church
112 Palace Gardens Terrace
W8 4RT

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Organised by:

Guild of Psychotherapists
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£15 (concessions £8)

Available from:

The Guild of Psychotherapists office: email admin@guildofpsychotherapists.org.uk or tel. 0207 401 3260.

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