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A life saver!! 19 janvier 2004
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This book brought me back from the depths of despair! I HIGHLY recommend it for anyone experiencing extreme guilt, grief, loss, betrayal, doubt, loneliness, depression, despair, obsession, addiction, anger, fear, angst or anxiety. The book goes through every one of these topics in great detail. It explains their causes, symptoms, and ways of overcoming them. It explains the opportunity for growth that is inherent in our struggles, providing inspiration and hope when it is most needed. I will warn that the author uses some vocabulary that non-psychologists won't know. Just keep your dictionary handy. It's well worth the effort.
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A warm and wise little book on the dark corners of the soul. 15 août 1996
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This is the latest of a wonderful series of small, warm,
wise books by Jungian analyst James Hollis. This one visits
the dark places of our soul that are far too often avoided
from fear or mere inattention. There is a poetry that runs
through Hollis' work that is rare in Jungian literature.
Perhaps it's there because he loves poetry himself so much
and quotes it extensively and aptly, but his own prose reads
like poetry, yet without sacrificing lucidity.

I can't imagine anyone not learning something from this and
other books by James Hollis.
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The Deeply Authentic Life 17 mai 2003
Par Stephanie Silva - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For those of us who struggle with uncommonly difficult fates -- and the attendant uncommonly difficult mother, father and other nearly autonomous swollen complexes -- James Hollis is among the few unsentimental Jungian analysts who writes with an integral awareness of object relations theory and the DSM and the paradoxes of individuation and an authentically lived life of integrity. "Consciousness broadens and enriches us, though it may be dearly paid for." Good case and dream studies and a discerning teacher. An unfortunately melodramatic title, but recommended.
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Great Book 20 août 2001
Par Scott-Trader - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is absoultly great. The only drawback of the book, if there is one, is that after reading each page, I would sit and think for about 10 minutes. If you are open to the material, it will absoultly rock your world. Go for it. Take the journey. I'm reading his other books too and the guy is just amazing.
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Strengthened with literature and poetry 6 juin 2007
Par Fred L. Stephens - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have read several of this author's books. I found this book to be his most compelling book. Each chapter can be taken separately if you like and I like to wonder back through, re-reading different chapters to get a closer study. More than most psychology writers and even Jungian writers, Mr. Hollis adds beauty to his work with his extensive and well taken quotes from literature. I will never pass my copy on to a friend or to the used book dealer. Worth noting also is that this was one of his earlier books and I believe it introduces much of what he covers in later books.
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