Hm-m-m, maybe I am more Jungian than I realized. I’m currently listening to James Hollis, Ph.D., and he is already talking about most of what I write in this blog…about Finding Your Truth: determining who we are, what we stand for, and WHY we believe that we are here at this time, and how we share that with the world around us.
“If what I’m doing is not meaningful, then why am I doing it?…Something in us knows what is right for us, we just have to find it and listen to it.”
I’ll give you the 1st speaker’s video, James Hollis, Ph.D., but it will only be FREE for another couple hours. However others will follow for another two days to view within 24hrs for free.
“…Despite our best intentions, sooner or later, we find ourselves in an emotional swampland. Exploring these swamplands help us to identify where we need to grow up, where we might be stuck in our lives, and where we need to act on what we believe to be true.
In this talk, James Hollis describes how we can make sense of our experiences by way of discernment and resonance. We have to sort what’s going on inside us, the present voices, and we need to recognize when we are unconsciously driven by our psychological histories. We have to sit with it, pay attention to what resonates in us on a deep level, and do what is meaningful for us. Relevant questions that we can ask ourselves are ‘Why am I here?’ and ‘What is wanting to enter the world through me?’
During this session you’ll discover
- How the internal guidance system supports what is right for us,
- That our ultimate calling is to be in service to our soul, and
- Why courage, patience, and taking risks is part of our journey.
About the Teacher
James Hollis, Ph.D., is a world-renowned Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C. He has written and published extensively and his works have been translated into numerous languages around the world. He is a core faculty member at Jung Platform.”