The Chief Source of One’s Problems (A Quote by James Hollis)
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Living Between Worlds: Finding Personal Resilience in Changing Times, by James Hollis
1683645618Admittedly, it is very hard to consider oneself the chief source of one’s problems. All of us have been hurt, and hurt badly, by life. That is a given. But what rises out of that is, of course, our “story” about that hurt. And then the pragmatic questions remain: What does that story make me do or keep me from doing? Shadow work involves examining our virtues and the opposite of our virtues, for they, too, are entering the world through us, though we may not know it without some sincere, humbling examination.
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