A Religion of One’s Own by Thomas Moore Study Group

Facilitator:  Sheldon Culver, M.Div., D.D.
Dates:  Thursdays of August 29, September 5, 12, 26, 2019
Time:  7-9 PM
Location: An Office in the Central West End  (Facilitator will email exact location)
Maximum Participants: 12
CE’s Possible:  8 with an additional $15 due 9-26-19




Thomas Moore is one of our two keynoters for the Jung in the Heartland Conference in October. This study group will provide an opportunity to explore Moore’s work and engage one’s personal religion (as Moore describes “religion”) toward the goal of deeper self-understanding and a more grounded sense of soul’s journey.

Participants will need to purchase a copy of A Religion of One’s Own.

Learning Objectives:
1.  Participants will be able to articulate Thomas Moore’s understanding of “religion”.
2.  Participants will be able to identify at least five elements of his/her personal religion.
3.  Participants will be able to describe Moore’s vision of the potential relationship between religion and society.
4.  Participants will be able to claim at least two “arts” to pursue for personal spiritual education and welfare.

Sheldon Culver, M.Div, D.D., is a Jungian Analyst with a private practice in St. Louis. She is also the Coordinator of the Heartland Association of Jungian Analysts which offers monthly seminars in Jungian theory and psychological practice. Sheldon is an ordained minister with the United Church of Christ. Psyche/soul is the heart of her work.