The warrior within: accessing the knight in the male psyche
Often disparaged, seldom understood, the aggressive energy of the male psyche's inner Warrior is explored in this groundbreaking work. Jungian psychoanalyst Robert Moore and mythologist Douglas Gillette, authors of King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine offer a plan for personal empowerment to today's male warriors.
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The man possessed by the Masochist is dishonest about his passion, aggression
, and rage. The man possessed by the Sadist cannot acknowledge his fear,
tenderness, or vulnerability. An impotent masochist is grieving the loss of his ...
In keeping with his dependent personality, the masochist is largely passive. He is
quiet and "patient" with others, even when they are aggressive toward him. He is
the minister who accepts the complaints and criticisms of his congregation, ...
We no longer feel the masochist's worthless- ness or helplessness, nor do we
feel the bitter rage of the sadist. The trouble with the "escape," apart from the fact
that the drug is ferociously addictive and life-threatening, is that we haven't really
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Urging men to ``Be Glorious!'' in harnessing the potential of the ``Warrior within,'' this follows fast on the heels of the authors' The King Within (p. 165) and further establishes their place in men ... Read full review
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