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World weary woman : her wound and transformation / Cara Barker.

By: Barker, Cara
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts ; 96Publisher: Toronto : Inner City Books, [2001]Description: 157 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 091912397XSubject(s): Suffering | Women -- Psychology | Jungian psychologyDDC classification: 155.6/33 | 155.9/3 LOC classification: BF789.S8 | B35 2001
Contents:
Introduction: An adventure in creative living. -- The World Weary Woman study. -- Who is World Weary Woman? -- Natural womanhood. -- World Weary Woman's journey. -- World Weary Woman's wound. -- Modern problem, ancient roots. -- Conclusion: growth as process
Summary: 'A World Weary Woman is one whose characteristic response to stress is to struggle to achieve ambitious goals. To achieve means to succeed at something that is recognized and regarded by the collective. However, she feels little joy in the process, suffering a disconnectiion from her feminine body wisdom and her creativity. Her task is to find a way of living authentically that allows her to express what awakens her heart....'
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 150-152) and index.

Introduction: An adventure in creative living. -- The World Weary Woman study. -- Who is World Weary Woman? -- Natural womanhood. -- World Weary Woman's journey. -- World Weary Woman's wound. -- Modern problem, ancient roots. -- Conclusion: growth as process

'A World Weary Woman is one whose characteristic response to stress is to struggle to achieve ambitious goals. To achieve means to succeed at something that is recognized and regarded by the collective. However, she feels little joy in the process, suffering a disconnectiion from her feminine body wisdom and her creativity. Her task is to find a way of living authentically that allows her to express what awakens her heart....'

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