Anytime you’re gonna grow, you’re gonna lose something. You’re losing what you’re hanging onto to keep safe. You’re losing habits that you’re comfortable with, you’re losing familiarity. -James Hillman

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[getting ready to grow soon.] Anytime you’re gonna grow, you’re gonna lose something. You’re losing what you’re hanging onto to keep safe. You’re losing habits that you’re comfortable with, you’re losing familiarity.

“Some people in desperation have turned to witchcraft, magic and occultism, to drugs and madness, anything to rekindle imagination and find a world ensouled,” Mr. Hillman wrote in 1976. “But these reactions are not enough. What is needed is a revisioning, a fundamental shift of perspective out of that soulless predicament we call modern consciousness.”  James Hillman

"By its very definition, beauty arrests motion. Beauty is itself a cure for psychological malaise".

When you heed Psyche's call for you, get ready to get uncomfortable. Quote by James Hillman

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Anytime you’re gonna grow, you’re gonna lose something. You’re losing what you’re hanging onto to keep safe. You’re losing habits that you’re comfortable with, you’re losing familiarity.

"The Psyche Constantly upsets us purposefully" "Why is this disturbance arising?" James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy & the Soulless Society

"The Psyche Constantly upsets us purposefully" "Why is this disturbance arising?" James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy & the Soulless Society

James Hillman on Archetypes and the Soul-less Society - The purpose of our psyche or soul is to get us to move further into our lives and thoughts. Our "psyche" often disturbs us.  The question in therapy should be where does this disturbance come from and what does it mean? The fact that most people have no concept of the psyche or soul is a disturbing trend.  We need to ask ourselves what is the soul's purpose and how is it meaningful to my life.

"The Psyche Constantly upsets us purposefully" "Why is this disturbance arising?" James Hillman on Archetypal Psychotherapy & the Soulless Society

James Hillman Quote:

I wrote earlier about archetypes and their function, briefly touching upon the anima and animus. In this post, I’ll write about the anima, since one of the commentators to another post aske…

James Hillman, archetypal psychologist

James Hillman (Atlantic City, 12 aprile 1926 – Thompson, 27 ottobre www.

"James Hillman focused on the most difficult human experiences as potential sources of wisdom in what he saw as an 'archetypal' psychology." -Guardian

James Hillman obituary

The Guardian 2011 – „James Hillman obituary” From The Guardian’s James Hillman obituary by Mark Kidel.

While serving as the Director of Studies at the Jung Institute in Zürich, James Hillman attended the 1964 conference. He had the intention of inviting Eranos speakers to lecture at the Institute. Ironically, he was invited, instead, to speak at Eranos. Hillman gave his first Eranos lecture at the 1966 conference, entitled “On Psychological Creativity.” This photograph of Rudolph Ritsema and Hillman was taken at the 1969 Conference.

Rudolph Ritsema and James Hillman at Eranos 1969

„On Soul, Character and Calling”: A Conversation with James Hillman By Scott London Scott London, California-based journalist, photographer and consultant talks to James Hillman about psychotherapy paradigm shift in the culture, individual calling and the responsibility it awakens towards the self and society.

Scott London talks to James Hillman on psychotherapy paradigm shift in the culture, individual calling and the responsibility towards the self and society.

James Hillman

The James Hillman page at Mythos & Logos

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