James Hollis Lecture/Workshop CDs

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James Hollis Collection

$150.00

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Complete collection of James Hollis lectures and workshops. Including:

  • James Hollis - What Matters Most - Lecture
  • James Hollis - What Matters Most - Workshop
  • James Hollis - Shadow/Work
  • James Hollis - Dark Selves: Why Good People Do Bad Things
  • James Hollis - Creating a Life - Lecture
  • James Hollis - Creating a Life - Workshop
  • James Hollis - Second Half of Life - Lecture
  • James Hollis - The Personal Myth - Workshop
  • James Hollis - The Middle Passage: Revisioning the Sense of Self - Lecture
  • James Hollis - The Middle Passage: Revisioning the Sense of Self - Workshop

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James Hollis - What Matters Most - Lecture

$14.00

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WORKSHOP: Apart from friends, family, and good work, what matters most in our lives? What values lead us to a freer, larger life, a more considered course? Together we will examine the crippling role fear management systems play in our choices, why we are called to choose ambiguity over familiarity, why the world is driven by verbs not nouns, how life is most meaningful in the face of mortality, and how genuine spirituality is a journey not an arrival. A more considered life asks more of us than may be comfortable, but we are rewarded with a more interesting story.

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst with a private practice in Houston, Texas, where he is also the Director of the Jung Center/Saybrook Graduate School program in Jungian studies. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and twelve books, including The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning at Mid-Life; On This Journey We Call Our Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, Why Good People do Bad Things, and most recently, What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life.

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James Hollis - What Matters Most - Workshop

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: Apart from friends, family, and good work, what matters most in our lives? What values lead us to a freer, larger life, a more considered course? Together we will examine the crippling role fear management systems play in our choices, why we are called to choose ambiguity over familiarity, why the world is driven by verbs not nouns, how life is most meaningful in the face of mortality, and how genuine spirituality is a journey not an arrival. A more considered life asks more of us than may be comfortable, but we are rewarded with a more interesting story. we will consider the paradoxes that we encounter in the conduct of our brief transit on this earth. Leading a more conscious life brings us to choices which either enlarge or diminish. Our time together will bring a more considered reflectivity to our daily lives.

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst with a private practice in Houston, Texas, where he is also the Director of the Jung Center/Saybrook Graduate School program in Jungian studies. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and twelve books, including On This Journey We Call Our Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, Why Good People do Bad Things, and most recently, What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life.

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James Hollis - Shadow/Work

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: What is our personal Shadow, and how may we bring into greater awareness that which troubles consciousness? This workshop will engage in discussion, exemplification, and questions designed to help participants gain a greater awareness of the personal Shadow.

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst and the executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and twelve books, including The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning at Mid-Life; On This Journey We Call Our Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, and most recently, Why Good People do Bad Things."

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James Hollis - Dark Selves: Why Good People Do Bad Things

$14.00

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LECTURE: One of the richest of Jung's contributions to our understanding of psyche, is the idea of the Shadow, those parts of our own being which are threatening to our ego, and which so often act independently of our wills. The Shadow is not evil, as such, though it may bring great harm to self and others, and it may also bring healing energies to bear. Shadow work is not only an invitation to further integration of our split off components, but brings our greatest contribution to our families and our society.

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst and the executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and twelve books, including The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning at Mid-Life; On This Journey We Call Our Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, and most recently, Why Good People do Bad Things."

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James Hollis - Creating a Life - Lecture

$14.00

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LECTURE: "Can we create our lives, or does life create us? How is it that we are free but choose such repetitive, self-defeating patterns? How does fate collide with destiny and catch us in between? What are the sources of those replications, and what the insights we need to maximize such freedom as we may have? These are the questions which haunt the modern who, wishing freedom, creates repetitions, yet longs for an authentic journey.

James Hollis, Ph.D. , is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst, author of nine books, most recently Creating a Life and On This Journey We Call Our Life, and executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas."

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James Hollis - Creating a Life - Workshop

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: "We can never be free to create our lives if we are in service to fixed, internalized, and largely unconscious ideas. We will engage questions which stir, sift, and raise consciousness of those deeply ingrained ideas which create or repeat patterns in our lives, for with consciousness comes the power to choose more freely."

James Hollis, Ph.D. , is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst, author of nine books, most recently Creating a Life and On This Journey We Call Our Life, and executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas."

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James Hollis - Second Half of Life - Lecture

$14.00

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LECTURE: Finding meaning in the second half of life requires our recovering a sense of personal authority, striking a balance between obligation to others and duty to self, and constructing a mature spirituality. How do we recover the parts left behind? What are the ways in which we can grow as persons throughout this journey, and find ourselves increasingly at home with the person we are becoming?

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst and the executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and eleven books, including The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning at Mid-Life; Tracking the Gods: The Place of Myth in Modern Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, and most recently, On This Journey We Call Our Life."

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James Hollis - The Personal Myth - Workshop

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: We can never be free to create our lives if we are in service to fixed, internalized, and largely unconscious ideas. We will engage questions which stir, sift, and raise consciousness of those deeply ingrained ideas which create or repeat patterns in our lives, for with consciousness comes the power to choose more freely. Please bring a note pad and pen for journaling.

James Hollis, Ph.D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst and the executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas. He is the author of 50 articles, reviews, and eleven books, including The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning at Mid-Life; Tracking the Gods: The Place of Myth in Modern Life; The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path, and most recently, On This Journey We Call Our Life."

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James Hollis - The Middle Passage: Revisioning the Sense of Self - Lecture

$14.00

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LECTURE: The adolescent passage marks the transition from childhood into biological and social adulthood, but the middle passage invites the move to psychological adulthood. Whether obliged by outer changes or inner imperatives, the individual is obliged to ask: "Who am I apart from my history, apart from the roles I play?" If one untangles the skein of tapes, assumptions, projections, and complexes to which one has been in unwitting service, then one may move to an enlarged relationship to the Self which the journey of the second half of life requires.

James Hollis, Ph.D. , is a Zurich trained Jungian Analyst in private practice in Houston, Texas, where he is also Executive Director of the Jung Educational Center. He is a Senior Training Analyst of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the author of eight books, the most recent being The Archetypal Imagination, and Creating a Life.

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James Hollis - The Middle Passage: Revisioning the Sense of Self - Workshop

$24.00

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WORKSHOP: This workshop presents a series of exercises and questions designed to provoke greater consciousness and, therefore, possibility of choice by teasing out the unconscious mythologies which have governed one's life to the present.

James Hollis, Ph.D. , is a Zurich trained Jungian Analyst in private practice in Houston, Texas, where he is also Executive Director of the Jung Educational Center. He is a Senior Training Analyst of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the author of eight books, the most recent being The Archetypal Imagination, and Creating a Life.

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