Instructor: J. Pittman McGehee
Encounter what Jung called, in his later years, "the incalculable paradoxes of love." Our single word "love" fails to adequately capture and express the powerful, often contradictory feelings that drive behavior and animate one's soul.
In this class, McGehee turns to the three Greek words for love (eros, philia, and agape) and explores the psychological distinctions they express. Also discussed are both the inter-personal and intra-psychic dynamics of love, as well as its light and dark sides. Finally, this class addresses the healing and wounding nature of this greatest of paradoxes.
4 classes, instant access by MP3 download, recorded in the fall of 2007.
This class was repackaged as the book The Paradox of Love also available in our online store.