The Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation

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Inner City Books, 1985 - Psychology - 204 pages
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"The women who is a 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 feminine in both women and men.

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Lots of interesting and varying ideas, but the detailed analysis of dreams fills me with suspicion. Read full review

Contents

Frog Conjunctions
7
Abandonment in the Creative
33
PsycheSoma Awareness
55
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Marion Woodman, Ph.D. (Hon.), is a leader in feminine development & a Jungian analyst. She is the author of many acclaimed books, including "Addiction to Perfection" & "Leaving My Father's House," that bridge the fields of analytical psychology & feminine psychology.

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