Howling at the Moon is an Illuman cohort experience for men who feel called to journey into a life of deep personal work consisting of self-awareness, inner self-healing, the recovery of wholeness, and connection with our deep archetypal selves and awareness of various complexes – all to ultimately manifest the most life-giving relationship with self, others, and the world. Carl Jung called this process,the ‘path to individuation’ – essentially the life-long journey of becoming ‘who you were born to be.’
This is a nine-month deliberate, experiential practice with a cohort of nine like-minded men, that may mark the beginning of such a journey. To facilitate the gathering of men from across the country, meetings and practices will be conducted on Zoom. Our time together will be an immersion into the soul-based ecocentric work of Bill Plotkin (see the book “Wild Mind” by Bill Plotkin),and depth psychological work of James Hollis (see “Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life” by James Hollis) as well as other renowned cultural change agents.