Facing the Apocalypse
A Call for Outrageous Courage, Love, and Compassion
We are facing a crisis of biblical proportions, a true apocalypse.
Jungian analyst and author of 16 books Bud Harris, PhD, believes we must consciously face the apocalypse of our time. He taps into the depths of spiritual and experiential sources to focus on the essential quote from Carl Jung, "Where love stops, power begins, and violence, and terror." Facing the Apocalypse challenges the reader to find the courage to look clearly at the world around us and dig deep within to bring all that we have to restore love in a power-driven world. And he provides many tools for this necessary journey.
Harris brings deep insights into understanding and dealing with the radical changes we face today. Practical ways are noted for work toward developing meaningful love for ourselves and casting out fear of change and others. His calls for reflection are like an open dialog with the reader, as he offers prompts for personal reflection and journaling.
This small but powerful book was borne out of Dr. Harris' personal mission: to call for love in treacherous times.
Praise For Facing the Apocalypse: A Call for Outrageous Courage, Love, and Compassion…
—Jean Benedict Raffa Ed.D., Author of the award winning Healing the Sacred Divide, and The Soul's Twins: Emancipate Your Feminine and Masculine Archetypes
"In Facing the Apocalypse, Dr. Bud Harris performs a forensic analysis of the root causes of our current global crisis and mentors a solution for transforming it. Dr. Harris has brilliantly detailed and defined the collective foundational drift that has steered us away from the integrity of heart and spirit resulting in the predictable disintegration and disorientation of life as we knew it. He offers a psycho-spiritual map to facilitate our individual and collective transformation, necessary to restore and realign ourselves with a renewed and conscious way of living in the world. From a Jungian perspective, the precision and direction he provides to navigate this apocalyptic time, offers a psycho-spiritual map that aligns us with our Deep Self, the only place where we can recover meaning and reclaim our health and integrity."
— Kalpana (Rose) Kumar M.D., Founder and Medical Director of The Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine and Author of Becoming Real: Reclaiming Our Health in Midlife
"Can there by any doubt that we are living in apocalyptic times? We must then ask about what inner resources we can draw on to face our situation. Dr. Harris has drawn on his personal experiences as a Jungian analyst to identify and illustrate the inner resources of courage, love, and compassion to confront our apocalyptic times. Each chapter of the book ends with "Thoughts and Questions" to help us ponder the insightful material covered. This book is a helpful and practical guide to the times we are living through."
—J Linn Mackey, PhD, Emeritus Professor at Appalachian State University
"Bud Harris taps into the depths of several spiritual and experiential sources to focus on the essential quote from Carl Jung, "Where love stops, power begins, and violence, and terror." He leads us gently and practically into facing courage, love and compassion during these days of pandemic, violence, fear and radical changes. His calls for reflection are like an open dialog with the reader. It is a call for love."
—G. Keith Parker, PhD, Jungian Analyst, Pastoral Counselor, and Author
"Incisive, awakening, hopeful: Dr. Harris shares his wise perspective in his latest book, Facing the Apocalypse: A Call for Outrageous Courage, Love, and Compassion. It serves to guide us toward an understanding of where we are, how we got here, and how to push through with courage during this time of global crises of apocalyptic proportions. He encourages us to engage our individual and collective powers of outrageous love and compassion to transform ourselves and to bring us through to our new lives of purpose. Be courageous."
—Sim Cozart, DDS, Community Organizer and Activist
Daphne Publications, 9780578323954, 138pp.
Publication Date: November 23, 2021