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The pregnant virgin; a process of psychological transformation

By: Woodman, Marion
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts; 21)Toronto Inner City Books c1985Description: 204p.; illus.; bibliog. notes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-41-4Other title: The Pregnant Virgin. Psychological TransformationSubject(s): Consciousness | Identity (Psychology) | Jungian psychology | Women--PsychologyLOC classification: HQ1206. W66 1985
Contents:
Chrysalis: Am I Really? -- "Taking It Like a Man": Abandonment in the Creative Woman -- The Core of Matter: Psyche/Soma Awareness -- At the Right Time: The Ritual Journey -- The Dream Sister: Further Thoughts on Addiction -- Piercing the Heart: Yin, Yang and Jung --Beloved Enemy: A Modern Initiation
Abstract: This book is about the struggle to become conscious....about overcoming addictions....about the wisdom of the body, initiation rituals, dreams....about relationship and the search for personal identity....a celebration of the feminine, both in men and in women....about becoming free.
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Chs. 2 and 3 are based on lectures originally published in journals.

Chrysalis: Am I Really? -- "Taking It Like a Man": Abandonment in the Creative Woman -- The Core of Matter: Psyche/Soma Awareness -- At the Right Time: The Ritual Journey -- The Dream Sister: Further Thoughts on Addiction -- Piercing the Heart: Yin, Yang and Jung --Beloved Enemy: A Modern Initiation

This book is about the struggle to become conscious....about overcoming addictions....about the wisdom of the body, initiation rituals, dreams....about relationship and the search for personal identity....a celebration of the feminine, both in men and in women....about becoming free.

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