A guide to living a life of self-realization, meaning, and love through valuing oneself.
As children, most people learn that selfishness is not an enviable quality. But, says Jungian analyst Bud Harris, there is one kind of selfishness that can actually help people value themselves and their lives "enough to pursue the decision to become people of substance"; he calls it "sacred selfishness." In Sacred Selfishness: A Guide to Living a Life of Substance, Harris lays out specific steps readers can take in order to live a life of "self-realization, meaning, value, and love." His overall purpose is to show how learning more about one's self can bring an experience of love and wholeness, and those seeking a deeper sense of self will heed his message. Agent, Barbara Braun.