Marion Woodman

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Addiction to Perfection
The Still Unravished Bride : A Psychological Study (Studies in Jungian Psychology, 12.)
"This book is about taking the head off an evil witch." A powerful study of the nature of the feminine in food rituals, dreams, mythology, body imagery, Christianity, sexuality, creativity and relationships.
1988n/aSoft
Coming Home to Myself
Daily Reflections for a Woman's Body and Soul
1998n/aHard
Dancing in the Flames
The Dark Goddess in the Transformation of Consciousness
Earthy and immensely powerful, the Black Goddess has been a key force in world history, manifested in images as diverse as the Indian goddess Kali and the Black Madonnas of medieval Europe. But images of her have been conspicuously missing from the Western world for centuries--until now. Here, the authors explain the psychological significance of the divine feminine in the lives of modern women and men.
1997ReprintSoft
Leaving My Father's House
A Journey to Conscious Femininity
A bestselling author of books on women's psychology explores the journey toward complete womanhood--"conscious femininity." Woodman (Addiction to Perfection) demonstrates the striving of contemporary women for inner balance and wholeness in a patriarchal society that resists the process.
1993n/aSoft
Owl Was a Baker's Daughter
Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine--A Psychological Study (139P)
1985n/aSoft
Pregnant Virgin1988n/aHard
Pregnant Virgin"The woman who is virgin, one-in-herself, does what she does not for power or out of the desire to please, but because what she does is true." Here is writing with a thinking heart, blending art, literature, religion and extensive case material. Continues the author's pioneering work on the nature of the feminine in both women and men.1988n/aSoft
Ravaged Bridegroom
Masculinity in Women (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts, Vol 41)
Continues the author's long-standing concern with the feminine, focusing on the ways in which a woman may be undermined by a crippling relationship with her inner man. Powerful images from poetry, myth, dreams, analysis and personal experience.
1990n/aSoft
Sitting by the Well
Bringing the Feminine to Consciousness Through Language, Dreams and Metaphor
One symbol, perhaps above all others, holds a crucial significance for everyone in search of wholeness: the well. From the terrestrial world it leads down into darkness, to the treasure of pure feminine consciousness. We are each blessed with our own well. From this source of salvation and eternal life, teaches Marion Woodman, we must "drink or die." In Sitting by the Well, this acclaimed Jungian analyst and author uses dreams, symbols, and body imagery to reach into the shadows of the unconscious mind, and cast light on our everyday lives. Here is a poetic culmination of Woodman's many years of work with the psychological impact of patriarchy on men's and women's lives from distorted body image and addiction, to sexual trauma and relationships, to our ultimate connection with the Great Mother (matter) and Great Father (spirit).
1998CassetteAudio
Holding the Tension of the Opposites
Marion Woodman is wonderful and wise and her work is very thought provoking. She talks about our relationship to our shadow sides, the dark aspects of ourselves and how this gets developed, why it's important, how to integrate it with the rest of our lives. She is a Jungian analyst and teaches through the use of metaphors and dreams. Some of what she was saying about addiction was particularly insightful. At the end of her lecture she takes questions from the audience and this helps to further develop the ideas she is presenting. I thoroughly enjoyed this tape and look forward to listening to more. Amazon.com Reviewer
1994CassetteAudio
The Maiden King
The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine (Abridged)
with Robert Bly
A drum-beater for masculinity and an icon of feminist psychoanalysis here deconstruct a Russian fairy tale, reducing an enchanting story to psycho-mush. Bly, the poet, anthologist, and translator, is also (of course) the author of best-selling Iron John, the book that helped send men back to the woods in search of metaphorical manliness. Woodman is a Jungian analyst whose Leaving My Father's House serves as a reference for would-be architects of feminine consciousness. Apparently, these two have...
1998CassetteAudio
The Maiden King
The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine
with Robert Bly
A drum-beater for masculinity and an icon of feminist psychoanalysis here deconstruct a Russian fairy tale, reducing an enchanting story to psycho-mush. Bly, the poet, anthologist, and translator, is also (of course) the author of best-selling Iron John, the book that helped send men back to the woods in search of metaphorical manliness. Woodman is a Jungian analyst whose Leaving My Father's House serves as a reference for would-be architects of feminine consciousness. Apparently, these two have...
1999n/aSoft
The Maiden King
The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine
with Robert Bly
Where Bly's emphasis is on myth and the evils of literalness, as well as the integration of male and female, Woodman, true to her training, mines the story for its psychological insight. Her piece is a call to reclaim our projections outward of the "shadow" within.
1998n/aHard

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