While flipping through my notebook the other day I came across the notes I took last March in St. Paul, MN at the workshop with James Hollis, PhD, Jungian analyst.

Below are the notes from one of the pages and I couldn’t help but think how each sentence could be a book or workshop topic unto itself, although simply pondering each sentence is plenty of exercise for my little gray cells:

“Behind the wound lies the genius of the person.”

“Fundamentalism is an anxiety management system designed to rid ourselves of ambiguity.”

“We’re all recovering children.”

“You can’t individuate through the other but you can’t individuate without bouncing things off them.”

And my favorite:

“The cure for loneliness is solitude.”

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