Noreen Cannon Au is Adjunct Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University and a Faculty Member at the CG Jung Institute of Los Angeles. She is an author and international lecturer on the integration of Christian Spirituality and Depth Psychology, and was the recipient of the Writer’s Award in Spirituality by the Loyola Institute for Spirituality in 2012. Her books have been translated into Spanish, Polish, Chinese, and Korean, and re-published in Great Britain, India, and the Philippines.
We all know that painful feeling of being at war with ourselves, and we are constantly on the lookout for ways to make ourselves whole. But some of our most common ways of striving for wholeness are dead ends. There’s codependency (a betrayal of wholeness), envy (a hankering for wholeness), workaholism (a barrier to wholeness), and perfectionism (a faux-wholeness). In this work of spiritual and psychological integration, Wilkie Au and Noreen Cannon weave together insights from Jesus and psychiatrist Carl Jung and show that faith and psychology, far from being worlds apart, bring genuine transformation when they move together.
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