2nd Fridays – Perspectives and Reflections on the Human Psyche

Perspectives and Reflections on the Human Psyche: World Religions Meet Psychoanalysis

Rabbi Darren Kleinberg, Ph.D., Discussant Shubha Herlekar, Psy.D.

Friday, November 8, 6:30-8:30pm

flyerAs the secular age draws to a close, we are entering an age of re-enchantment, fueled by science, technology, and spiritual endeavor. At the heart of this epochal transition lies a return to wisdom. All religious traditions contain within them deep insights into the nature of reality and the human experience. We are living at a time when these freely accessible insights have given us the opportunity to repair our selves, our communities, and our world. This act of repair is what religious traditions have attempted to describe as the meaning and attainment of: 'The Good Life' - Eudaimonia in Greek, Enlightment in Buddhism, and Wisdom in Judaism. The mystical strata across all religions have approached this effort by emphasizing the subjective experience of the inner life. Comparative Religions scholar Rabbi Darren Kleinberg, Ph.D., in conversation with psychoanalyst Shubha Herlekar, Psy.D. will explore wisdom at the intersection of inherited traditions, subjective experience, and psychoanalysis.

November 8th, 2019 6:30 PM
530 Bush Street
Suite 700
San Francisco, CA 94108
United States
Phone: 415-288-4050
Event Fee(s)
No fee $ 0.00
Suggested donation
General $ 20.00
Member $ 10.00
Student $ 5.00
CE Credits (2) $ 20.00