The Soul's Twins
Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes
Humanity today is plagued by a loss of meaning and alienation from self and others. Drawing on Jungian psychology and wisdom traditions from world religions, Dr. Raffa offers a self-guided journey to heightened self-awareness and compassion.
This guide for all who desire greater self-fulfillment and freedom to be themselves describes four masculine and four feminine archetypes in everyone. A self-assessment tool called the Partnership Profile helps readers overcome gender stereotypes and activate a new archetype of loving relationship with oneself and others.
This awareness, combined with suggested practices, empowers readers to address their imbalances and create the lives for which they yearn.
Healing The Sacred Divide
Making Peace with Ourselves, Each Other, and the World
Dream Theatres of the Soul
Empowering the Feminine Through Jungian Dream Work
The Bridge to Wholeness
A Feminine Alternative to the Hero Myth
Due to the uncertainty of scheduling face-to-face-events during this pandemic, Jean has no live events scheduled for the foreseeable future. But please keep checking. As the launch date for The Soul’s Twins approaches, you will find the details of online book events here.
11/28/2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Book Signing at the Spiral Circle Bookstore & More. 2:00 – 4:00 P.M. EST. November 28, 2020. 750 N. Thornton Ave., Orlando, FL Open to the public.
Facebook Live and Zoom Book Launch and Interview featuring Skip Conover, in partnership with the Writer’s Block Bookstore
11/17/2020 @ 5:00 pm – Facebook Live/Zoom Book Launch and Interview featuring Skip Conover, in partnership with the Writer’s Block Bookstore, Winter Park, Florida. 5:00PM Eastern Standard Time. November 17, 2020. facebook.com/jeanraffa Open to the public.
02/23/2019 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm – PRESENTER: Jean Raffa, Ed.D. Description: Religious ideologies are tearing our world apart. As long as our spiritual ideas are exclusive, one-sided, and based on unquestioning faith to dogma, we contribute to the problem. As J. Krisnamurti said, “The world problem is the individual problem.” To heal the polarizations caused by conflicting God-images, we first need […]