Many of us in the postmodern world recognize a yearning for spirituality, a longing for something that gives meaning to life. Perhaps like never before, we live in an age of brilliant psychological insights and openness to spirituality. There is a growing convergence between psychology and spirituality, something I’m convinced is an unavoidable phenomenon when exploring the deeper meaning of human life. Dr. Carl Gustav Jung, the father of analytical psychology, established the foundation for this intersection between psychology and spirituality, and although there remains a lingering distrust of organized religion, the wealth of spirituality and wisdom contained in the world’s great religions, cannot be denied. Book stores are replete with titles on spirituality, and yet most of these have no direct connection to organized religion. There is a yearning out there, a search for deeper meaning; and yet many of those searching have turned away from organized religion. Why?