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Esoteric Psychology by Prof. Robert Corrington

Jul 21, 2006 08:30 AM
by Bill Meredith

Theosophy Virtual Lodge - Live Lectures every weekend.

Dear friends,

Greetings! Below is the schedule for the lecture this Sunday.

Sunday, July 23 - 10:00 am New York (EDST)

Esoteric Psychology by Prof. Robert Corrington

The lecture will be on the link between the depth psychology of the
European tradition and the esoteric tradition centered in Adyar.
The focus will be on the correlation between psychosexuality and the
etheric and astral bodies. Suggestions will be made for a universal
psychology that takes a look at alternative healing modalities and
their relation to the various forms of human embodiment. In
particular, the theory of resonances, as advanced in flower essence
work, will be articulated and shaped in the light of a full blown
esoteric psychology of the seven-fold human constitution.

Professor Corrington has developed his philosophic perspective of
ecstatic naturalism out of an ongoing dialogue between Continental
phenomenology on the one side and classical Euro-American pragmatism
on the other. Professor Corrington not only writes on these issues
but has lectured on Jung at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich,
Switzerland as well as at Drew University. His book on Wilhelm
Reich is forthcoming.

His metaphysics of ecstatic naturalism is concerned with exhibiting
the utter vastness of nature as that nature manifests its own
unconscious potencies and the religious orders of meaning that
intersect with the human unconscious. His seventh book, A Semiotic
Theory of Theology and Philosophy, (Cambridge University Press,
2000) extends his categorial scheme into the foundational structures
of the world and presents a semiotic cosmology.

Currently he is working on a larger project for Cambridge University
Press as well as other book projects that will further ramify and
extend ecstatic naturalism. This involves a continuing exploration
of Hinduism, Buddhism, and theosophy as they all intersect with the
liberal strains in Western metaphysics and theology.

Professor Corrington is an active member of the Unitarian
Universalist Association and The Theosophical Society of America. He
lectures and gives classes for both organizations and travels to
India for the Congress of the International Theosophical Society in
Chennai (Madras). http://www.users. rcorring/
<http://www.users. rcorring/>

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