“This series will feature 9 written presentations on the meaning and experience of God, Self and Ego. Based on the earlier work by Philip for his doctoral project, God and I takes a more experiential approach, enabling participants to experience for themselves the different types of possible interactions: Ego-Self, Ego-God, Self-God, and Ego-Self-God. Special attention is also given to how early childhood woundings contribute to a “false self system” of programming that biases our Ego functioning and creates inner disharmony.”
I am excited about taking this course as it appears to explore on a practical level the intersection of traditional Catholic theology and modern psychology. After all this blog is dedicated to the intersection of faith and science :-). St. Romain is especially interesting as he has written over 20 books on Catholic theology and spirituality. He has a traditional Thomistic philosophical background but his book topics including medical sciences, spiritual direction and psychology.