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ICS publishes a quarterly online journal, En Christo: A Journal for a New Christianity, that includes book reviews and commentary relevant to a re-visioning of what it means to be Christian.

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Peace Memo, a news and info letter is available by email to all participants in ICS programs and other interested persons.

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Institute for Sacred Psychology (ISP)

ISP seeks to address through published articles, and occasional workshops and seminars the separation of psychology and spirituality, which it views as inseparable, inasmuch as human beings are innately spiritual.  Through published articles and occasional workshops and seminars, ISP seeks a deeper and sacred understanding of what it means to be made in the image of God.

Sacred Psychology is concerned with the intersection of spirituality and psychology and thus is concerned with the work of those seminal thinkers such as Carl Jung (including dream analysis, Jungian archetypes and temperament analysis), the Eastern psychology of Sri Aurobindo, the archetypal psychology of Jean Shinoda Bolen, and the ancient practice of enneagram spirituality.

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Arraj, James.  St. John of the Cross and Dr. C. G. Jung:  Christian Mysticism in the Light of Jungian Psychology.  Reflections on Christian mysticism in the light of Jung’s work.  In EC, Vol. 1, #3

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