A Life of Meaning

Relocating Your Center of Spiritual Gravity
Paperback Book - Preorder (Available July 25, 2023)
Paperback Book - Preorder
Available July 25, 2023
eBook - Preorder
Available July 25, 2023
Full Description
A masterful author and Jungian analyst examines the qualities that bring meaning to our human journey
What is it that brings meaning to your life? Our culture tells us to seek wealth, power, prestige, or even enrollment in someone else’s idea of a worthy cause—yet where do we turn when these paths fail to fulfill our need for purpose? “When the old stories and beliefs that once defined us have played out and grown exhausted,” teaches Dr. James Hollis, “our task is to access our inner compass, the promptings of the psyche that help us find our way through the complex thickets of choice.”
A Life of Meaning is Hollis’s profound exploration of the nature of meaning and how we can orient toward it or away from it with the choices we make. Originally a landmark audio program, A Life of Meaning offers an examination of myth, literature, historical figures, and the wisdom of depth psychology that provides penetrating insight into the search for purpose.
We all have to discover our own sense of meaning. No one else can do it for us. In A Life of Meaning, James Hollis offers no easy answers or feel-good certainties—instead, he shares his most valuable questions and reflections to help you find the courage, persistence, and inspiration to navigate your own odyssey. “It’s humbling work, this process of getting our lives back,” he teaches. “Yet I submit to you that's worth the price of the ticket, for in the journey our lives become ever more luminous.”
Format Details
Paperback Book - Preorder (Available July 25, 2023) eBook - Preorder (Available July 25, 2023)
Contents Paperback Book (264 pages) eBook (264 pages)
Filetypes EPUB, PDF, MOBI
Dimensions 6 x 9 inches
Product Code BK06641 BK06641W
ISBN Number 978-1-64963-072-8 978-1-64963-073-5
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James Hollis

About James Hollis

JAMES HOLLIS, PhD, is a Jungian analyst, a former director of the Jung Society of Washington, DC, and a professor of Jungian Studies for Saybrook University of San Francisco/Houston. He is a bestselling author whose 15 books include Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life, The Eden Project, What Matters Most, and Living an Examined Life. He lives with his wife, Jill, in Washington, DC. For more, visit jameshollis.net.

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