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The fire and the rose : the wedding of spirituality and sexuality

By: Harris, Clifton Tumlin Bud
Material type: TextTextWilmette, Ill. Chiron Publications c2007Description: xix, 202p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9781888602425Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Spirituality | SexualityLOC classification: BF637.S4 H36 2007
Contents:
Part 1 - The power of desire. 1 Desire's initiations. 2 Sexuality's past. 3 The desire to transform. Part 2 - The depths of soul. 4 Returning to the source. 5 The contradictions of life. 6 Metaphors as bridges to the soul. Part 3 - Transforming lead into gold. 7 The shadow. 8 Transforming to heal society. 9 The stagnation of desire. Part 4 - The wedding of spirituality and sexuality. 10 Body and soul. 11 Love and wholeness
Abstract: 'Our ancestors considered Eros a god; Jung once defined a neurosis as "a neglected god."...Bud Harris addresses this neurotic split between divinity and the body, between spirit and matter, and proffers a path of reconciliation and reclamation of sexuality as a vital link to a fuller expression of spirit.' --James Hollis
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Part 1 - The power of desire. 1 Desire's initiations. 2 Sexuality's past. 3 The desire to transform. Part 2 - The depths of soul. 4 Returning to the source. 5 The contradictions of life. 6 Metaphors as bridges to the soul. Part 3 - Transforming lead into gold. 7 The shadow. 8 Transforming to heal society. 9 The stagnation of desire. Part 4 - The wedding of spirituality and sexuality. 10 Body and soul. 11 Love and wholeness

'Our ancestors considered Eros a god; Jung once defined a neurosis as "a neglected god."...Bud Harris addresses this neurotic split between divinity and the body, between spirit and matter, and proffers a path of reconciliation and reclamation of sexuality as a vital link to a fuller expression of spirit.' --James Hollis

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