A Special Invitation to Your Soul


“The Beloved we seek is the archetypal Self, our God-image that is a combination of all archetypes. As such, it is our portal to the Sacred.”
This Saturday, June 12, I’ll present a free Zoom program for the Jung Association of Central Ohio called “The Partnership Profile: A Self-Assessment of Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes.” The Partnership Profile is an informal-self assessment of the relative activation of four feminine and four masculine archetypes, plus an additional androgynous archetype called the Couple. It can be found in Chapter Two of The Soul’s Twins.
Upon your registration, a Zoom link to the program and an electronic copy of The Partnership Profile will be mailed to you. Please fill it out before the program. After the lecture there will be a Q & A discussion of your results and what they mean for you.
Jung Association of Central Ohio
Date: Saturday, June 12
Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm Eastern Daylight Time
Register here.
Next Saturday, June 29, I’ll present this program on Zoom for the Jung Center of Houston:
Jung Center of Houston
Date: Saturday, June 19
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm Central Daylight
3:00pm-5:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Register here.
All are welcome to attend both events. I hope to see you at either or both.
Think psychologically. Live Spiritually.
Jean Raffa’s The Bridge to Wholeness and Dream Theatres of the Soul are at Amazon. E-book versions are also at KoboBarnes And Noble and Smashwords. Her Wilbur Award-winning book, Healing the Sacred Divide can be found at Amazon and Larson Publications.com. Her new Nautilus Award-winning book, The Soul’s Twins, is available at Schiffer, Red Feather Mind, Body, Spirit and wherever books are sold. Subscribe to her newsletter at www.jeanbenedictraffa.com.


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