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A Conversation About Finding Meaning Through Self-Awareness


Jungian analysts (and expatriate Houstonians) James Hollis and J. Pittman McGehee reflect with warmth and keen insight on the necessary, unavoidable task of coming to know oneself.

This conversation, moderated by Pittman’s son, psychologist Pittman McGehee, was created in celebration of the 100th year of Carolyn Grant Fay, co-founder of The Jung Center.

Topics include:  The Invisible World/The Unconscious, The Authentic Individual, Jungian Analysis/Complexes, Mid-Life, Suffering, Religious Nature of the Psyche, Understanding Everyday Life/Projection, The Shadow, Dreams, Synchronicity, Why is Life Difficult?, Living a Meaning Life, Individuation, Becoming Our Authentic Selves, Relationships/Personality Types, and Words of Wisdom.

Run Time: 1:16:37

James Hollis and J. Pittman McGehee
Neon CRM by Neon One

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