Coming to Age: The Croning Years and Late-life Transformation
A comprehensive overview of inner events and creative possibilities during the years after middle age. Pretat explores the tasks and rewards of this period, including the singular significance of the Denter-Persephone myth.
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Jungs LateLife Transition
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active imagination Activity theory analysand analyst ancient archetypal Arnold Mindell awareness become began begin birth C.G. Jung cauldron Ceridwen chakra child coming to age conscious attitude creative crone Cronus dark death Demeter Demeter's depression depths descent despair disengagement dragon dreams earth embrace Emma Emma Jung energy experience experienced fear feel felt feminine fire give goddess Gwion Bach Hades happens Hecate Ibid illness inner ISBN Jung called Jung wrote Jung's Jungian Kerenyi Kundalini late-life liminal lives look lost maiden Marie-Louise von Franz Marion Woodman meaning metanoia midlife mother old age older one's ourselves outer pain Persephone person physical psyche psychological realize relationship scious seems sexual shamen sixties somatic soul stage story struggle subtle body symbol symptoms tasks theory things tion Toni Toni Wolff transformation uncon unconscious underworld wisdom woman women writes youth