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Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path

by James Hollis

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Hollis has hit the big time (hardback books in mainline bookstores) but he was more creative back when he was writing these booklets for Inner City Books.

Here he takes you through various stages of life, using Jungian insights and literature hand in hand. The intention is that being forewarned is being forearmed.

I don't think you can really change your life by reading a book, at least not those of us who read like hungry vultures, but this book can point you in some interesting directions. Some of it may feel new-agey, but that is just the Jungian stuff coming out.

I would recommend this book for someone who is working on making a major life change, but I would recommend that the reader be involved in therapy along side of the reading. ( )
  Arctic-Stranger | Jan 19, 2009 |
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