Androgyny: The Opposites Within

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Nicolas-Hays, Inc., Feb 1, 2000 - Psychology - 273 pages
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Full of psychological and spiritual insights that speak to today's sexual confusion. Singer shows how a person can at once embrace complementary and contradictory attitudes toward sex and gender. Finally, she proposes a range of choices by which people can identify themselves, secure that the masculine/feminine interaction within each individual is not only normal, but the dynamic factor in their wholeness.
 

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Contents

Preface
Androgyny as Guiding Principle of the New
Risks
The Golden Age of the Mother and the Rebellion of
The Astrological Model
Origins of Heterosexuality
Manifestations in the East
Tai Chi and the Hollow Brush
Toward a New Theory of Human Sexuality
Androgyny Experienced in Homosexuality Bisexuality
Androgyny Experienced in Masturbation Celibacy
Androgyny Experienced in Widowhood the Creative Life
The Way of the Flowing Stream
Epilogue
The Gnostic Vision of the Fall
Bibliography

The Systems View
Energy and the Evolution of Consciousness

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About the author (2000)

June Singer is best known for her classic work Boundaries of the Soul, which has been a major influence in popularizing Jung's work. Her other books include: Modern Woman in Search of SoulAndrogyny, and Blake, Jung, and the Collective Unconscious. A Zurich-trained Jungian psychoanalyst, member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and founding member of the Chicago Institute, June Singer lives in Cleveland, where she maintains a private practice in Jungian analysis and transpersonal psychotherapy.

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