I love talking with people I respect and learn from.
James Hollis is a contributor to ‘meaning making’ and the human journey. He is a Jungean analyst and researcher. In the decades I have followed his work, I have felt continually gifted through insights, and more importantly, with useful ‘living questions’.
In this interview Dr. Hollis discusses:
- being comfortable with large questions,
- welcoming the Soul’s protest which arises as depression, sadness, confusion, frustration or anger,
- learning to ask what our Soul is asking of us, what is our summons?,
- accepting personal authority and humility,
- having the courage to explore the richness of our human culture, moving towards what resonates, and discarding what holds us back,
- meeting the ‘Other’ in ourselves,
- taking our Soul’s promptings seriously,
- sitting with what is inside until we know what is right for us,
- being patient, and
- experiencing authentic joy.
Enjoy the video