Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew has said that all of creation is a sacrament. All of creation is a locus of encounter with God, and the natural order of creation a divine theophany. In this spirit, this initiative is born out of a desire to better understand how the human person, as part of creation--and in the Orthodox tradition, in the image of God--heals and flourishes. Orthodox Christianity and Analytical Psychology (Jungian) have each a tradition of exploring the depths of the person, the psyche, though until recently their insights have been separated by thousands of years, cultural, geographic, and linguistic differences. In our rapidly evolving world, we believe there is now an opportunity for real discourse between the two, to share perspectives and discover possible areas of resonance and collaboration in their respective ways of pursuing healing in contemporary society.