SOURCE: Centerpoint

November 12, 2008 07:00 ET

An Invitation to "A Journey to Myself," for Anyone Seeking Greater Self-Understanding

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - November 12, 2008) - The Centerpoint Foundation International is issuing an open invitation to anyone who wishes to learn more about the inner and outer meanings of his or her own life, based on the study of classical Jungian thought. Questpoint, "A Journey to Myself," will be offered beginning Sunday, November 23, 2008. The first session of the eight-week group study course will be held from 3:00 to 5:00 PM, and offered at no charge to participants as an introduction to the content and materials of this program.

"A Journey to Myself," lays a foundation for understanding the concepts of noted psychologist Carl Jung and is a program designed for people with little or no psychological background. The course provides participants with a healthy framework for understanding and facilitating their own psychological growth, while at the same time introducing them to the language and basic ideas behind Jungian thought. Concepts covered include the ego, living with the shadow, persona and the mask one wears, anima and animus, Self, the process of individuation, the reality of the psyche, creative work, psychological types, dreams and the reality of function of exploration, cutting the silver cord, and the feminine in a male and the masculine in a female.

The course is currently scheduled to be presented at The Centerpoint Foundation International Headquarters Office, located at 274 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 221, Casselberry, Florida 32707. Everyone is welcome to attend regardless of education or experience. The introductory presentation will also include information about other courses offered by The Centerpoint Foundation International, including "Centerpoint," and "Vantage Point." For registration or more information call 407-678-7928 or email: centerpointintl@gmail.com

The programs of Centerpoint, a U.S.-registered 501(c)(3) tax-deductible nonprofit charity, were developed in the 1970s by Elsom Eldridge and Chandler Brown who recognized a natural harmony between Jung's ideas and their own innovative approach to education. Convinced that an understanding of the collective unconscious and the individual psyche would greatly enrich lives, they made their knowledge accessible in a user-friendly format that adapts well to individual and small group study and interactions. To learn more about these awareness-altering and life-enriching programs, visit the website: www.CENTERPOINTEC.com

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