Self Replenishment

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Jung Society of Austin says
Our personal and professional responsibilities often drain vital resources to dangerously low levels. What are the effects of having to give in so many ways? How does chronic stress influence the ability to respond properly? If inner resources are not replenished, then the ability to perform can be immobilized or is greatly diminished.

This lecture will explore some traditional ideas regarding stress and coping mechanisms. It then provides a deeper appreciation of the value of stress from a Jungian perspective of the ego-Self axis. It will expand on several questions: How does stress inform us of our deeper more soulful needs? What do our coping styles tell us about our purpose in life? How does Self replenishment enhance our inner resources’ ability to nourish more fully?

1.5 CEUs available.

Note: We are also offering a 10% discount if you sign up for both this lecture and the March 28 Self-Nourishment workshop (on top of a 15% early registration discount for the workshop before March 25!).

BJ Jakala holds a PhD (2007) from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Depth Psychology. He is licensed as a Marriage Family Therapist and has been in private practice for twenty-seven years. He taught Play as self-renewal for the Circle of Caring weekend retreat at UCLA Lake Arrowhead for ten years. He taught Self Replenishment to the new graduate nurses at UCLA Department of Nursing, Education, and Research for seven years.
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By: Jung Society of Austin

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