Why has Romantic Love been given to humans? This 4-part online course is an insightful introduction to the experience of Romantic Love. It also offers perspectives and tools that will benefit those who desire to navigate or reframe the highs, lows, mysteries and challenges that may come with any romantic love relationship.
If you are ready to delve into the mystery of Romantic Love, then join Jung Platform faculty member Dr. Robert Moradi from July 13th 2019, and learn how to survive and grow in the encounter with Romantic Love.
Sign up before June 23rd 2019 and only pay $99 for the four-part online course.
For further information about the course, tuition fees and enrollment details, visit: https://www.jungplatform.com/2019/06/unlock-the-gift-of-romantic-love-with-robert-moradi/
What to expect:
- Deep-dive into a variety of universal joys and struggles related to the Romantic Love experience.
- Discover what could be done to invite Romantic Love into your life and relationships.
- Learn how to be with and transform intense emotions during (and after) Romantic Love into an expansion of consciousness and greater love for life.
This course is ideal for:
- Anyone who wants to unlock the mysteries of Romantic Love.
- Anyone who wants to reflect on Romantic Love as a tool on the individuation and consciousness journey.
- Mental health and wellness professionals working with and wanting to support clients facing a “love crisis”.
By the end of this course, you will:
- Learn how to recognize the signs that indicate the awakening of your own soul as a result of a Romantic Love experience.
- Discover how Romantic Love could illuminate the path towards completion of one’s personality.
- Understand the experience of Romantic Love through an alchemical lens, providing a practical framework from a depth psychological perspective.
About the course presenter
Robert Moradi, M.D. is a Jungian Analyst and psychiatrist in private practice in Santa Monica, California. In addition to his clinical practice, he teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, UCLA School of Medicine, and at the Reiss-Davis Child Study Center. Dr. Moradi has published and presented extensively in the field of Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis.