Could you be going through a midlife crisis?
Are you in your 40s-50s or early 60s? Have you been brought up short by changes in your life? Has an important relationship ended, have you gotten laid off from your job, or have you – or someone close to you – gotten sick? Is this a midlife crisis?
Or have the signs of aging, a decline in ambition and a nagging feeling that you are just going through the motions making you wonder what life is all about?
When we confront life obstacles like these in our 20s, 30s, or early 40s, we do whatever we need to do to get back in the race and back up to our prior speed of life.
But in our late 40s and after, when we hit these same obstacles – against the backdrop that time is running out – we are beginning a shift in our state of consciousness from our time-since-birth to our time-left-to-live.
How can Hidden Blessings help our Midlife Crisis?
Hidden Blessings: Midlife Crisis as a Spiritual Awakening reveals a new map for discovering and embracing our authentic selves, an indestructible foundation from which a new life agenda – for growth, purpose, and meaning – will take shape. At this stage of life our soul asks – or demands – that we live larger lives by repeatedly showing us that…
…at midlife our story is only half told.
What others are saying about this book…
Jett Psaris’ heartful, soulful writing offers diamonds of insight: what many view as a period of breakdown or crisis is really a metamorphosis.
— Gay Hendricks, PhD, co-author of Conscious Loving and Conscious Loving Ever After
Jett Psaris encourages us to fully embrace the confusion, the uncertainty, and even the despair that is necessary to shake our ego structure to
its core. When we “experience the thing we fear the most if we are to evolve,” as she writes, we come out with a new foundation, fresh and authentic, inclusive and uid.
— Paul Ja, co-owner and founder of Copperfield’s Books
Without formulaic prescriptions, Jett Psaris invites us to do the hard work of meeting the ordeals of midlife, allowing a deeper source of knowing to come forward. This is a generous book, suffused with wisdom and an unmistakable kindness.
— Francis Weller, author of The Wild Edge of Sorrow
Jett Psaris’ work is about helping others transform psychologically, deepen spiritually, and cultivate soulfulness in every aspect of life.
She is the co-author of Undefended Love, a Nautilus Award finalist for its “distinguished contribution to conscious living and positive change;” Undefended Love has enjoyed a 5 star rating on Amazon.com for most of the past 17 years.
She has also authored a popular online course about the transformative stages of midlife entitled Taking the Midlife Leap, One Step at a Time. Most recently, Jett has published Hidden Blessings: Midlife Crisis as a Spiritual Awakening, a book that Patricia Holt, former book critic with the San Francisco Chronicle, writes is the “best book on midlife” she’s ever reviewed.
For the past 30 years Jett has been in private practice working with couples and individuals, and has facilitated small groups and led workshops in the U.S. and abroad. She has a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University; an MBA from Pepperdine University; and a self-directed Ph.D. in Transformational Psychology from Summit University of Louisiana. In her earliest incarnations Jett Psaris has been a professional vocalist, professional tennis player, second-degree black belt, and a Silicon Valley executive officer in the publishing, hardware, venture capital, and software industries.
In addition to writing, teaching, and exploring the heart and soul of everyday life with those drawn to her private practice and teaching venues, Jett enjoys an ever-deepening intimacy in her marriage of 30 years, relishes time spent gardening on the land they share, and enjoys engaging in practices that deepen her own spiritual unfolding.