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The Beginner's Guide to Dream Interpretation
Unabridged Version
Jungian analyst and celebrated author Clarissa Pinkola EstÚs explores the symbols and themes of dreams. Listeners learn concrete techniques to uncover the hidden meanings of their dreams and how to use them for inspiration and guidance.
2003CDAudio
Bedtime Stories for Lovers
Abridged Version
2003 CDAudio
Bedtime Stories
A Unique Guided Relaxation Program for Falling Asleep and Entering the World of Dreams
As a child growing up in a family of cantadoras (keepers of the old stories), Clarissa Pinkola Estes learned first-hand how a story told at bedtime can soothe away the troubles of the day, and prepare the way for another night's dreams to follow. Now a beloved cantadora herself, Estes shares this treasured family tradition with you on Bedtime Stories, her own special collection of tales to relax and ease you to sleep. Join this world-renowned Jungian analyst and bestselling author as she explores: How to use stories as healing companions that open an "aperture" into the divine world of our dreams; the meaning of archetypal figures like Mother Night and the Sandman, and themes such as renewal, enchantment and transformation; original tellings by Dr. Estes of her bedside favorites, including Sleeping Beauty, the Mouse and the Lion, and more.
2002 CDAudio
How to Love a Woman
On Intimacy and the Erotic Life of Women
Learn the secrets of enduring love from the bestselling author of Women Who Run with the Wolves. Includes a treasury of stories and myths from world cultures and Estes' own list of 12 qualities to look for in a partner. 2 cassettes.
1997CassetteAudio
In the House of the Riddle Mother
Common Archetypal Motifs in Women's Dreams
The Archetypal Power in Women's Dreams
1997CassetteAudio
Radiant Coat
Myths & Stories About the Crossing Between Life and Death
Myths about Death and Dying
1993CassetteAudio
The Boy Who Married an Eagle
Myths and Stories About Male Individuation
Masculine Psyche explored in Heroic Tales
1995CassetteAudio
The Creative Fire
Myths and Stories About the Cycles of Creativity
In Search of La Chispa: the Elemental Source of your Creativity
1993CassetteAudio
The Faithful Gardener

How Faith Serves as the One Immortal Force in our Lives
1995CassetteAudio
The Faithful Gardener
A Wise Tale About That Which Can Never Die
Through her startling rendering of an old tale, which transforms it from one that hurts the heart to one that helps to mend it, the internationally recognized author of Women Who Run with the Wolves tells about that most precious thing in all of life: the essence that can never die. Illustrations.
1995n/aHard
The Gift of Story
A Wise Tale About What Is Enough
A Refugee is Sustained by the Greatest Gift: a Story
1993CassetteAudio
The Gift of Story
A Wise Tale About What Is Enough
Taking the country by storm with her bestselling Women Who Run with the Wolves, Jungian analyst Clarissa Estes now applies her unique interpretive abilities to a holiday classic--"The Gift of the Magi." The result is a beautiful gift-edition hardcover featuring woodcut illustrations throughout and foil-stamped cover.
1994ReissueSoft
The Red Shoes
On Torment and Recovery of the Soul Life
How people fall prey to destructive impulses, analyzes the deep-seated needs that lead to addiction, and offers ways to free us from the traps that torment and destroy the soul
1997CassetteAudio
Warming the Stone Child
Myths & Stories About Abandonment and the Unmothered Child
The Unmothered Child in World Myth and Story
1997CassetteAudio
Women Who Run With the Wolves
Myths & Stories About the Wild Woman Archetype
The wild woman. She is the internal, eternal essence of the feminine: instinctive, intuitive, primitive, powerful. In this remarkable collection of multicultural myths and stories, a renowned Jungian analyst and storyteller reintroduces this important archetype into the lives of modern women.
1994CassetteAudio
Women Who Run With the Wolves
Myths & Stories About the Wild Woman Archetype
The wild woman. She is the internal, eternal essence of the feminine: instinctive, intuitive, primitive, powerful. In this remarkable collection of multicultural myths and stories, a renowned Jungian analyst and storyteller reintroduces this important archetype into the lives of modern women.
1997n/aSoft
Women Who Run With the Wolves
Myths & Stories About the Wild Woman Archetype
The wild woman. She is the internal, eternal essence of the feminine: instinctive, intuitive, primitive, powerful. In this remarkable collection of multicultural myths and stories, a renowned Jungian analyst and storyteller reintroduces this important archetype into the lives of modern women.
1995n/aTrade
Women Who Run With the Wolves
Myths & Stories About the Wild Woman Archetype
The wild woman. She is the internal, eternal essence of the feminine: instinctive, intuitive, primitive, powerful. In this remarkable collection of multicultural myths and stories, a renowned Jungian analyst and storyteller reintroduces this important archetype into the lives of modern women.
1992n/aHard
Theatre of the Imagination
Volume 1
Volume 1: "Story as Medicine" with Clarissa Pinkola EstÚs
1995CassetteAudio
Theatre of the Imagination
Volume 2
Volume 2: "Story as Medicine" with Clarissa Pinkola EstÚs
1995CassetteAudio

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