Author(s): MARION WOODMAN
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, and body work, Christianity, sexuality, creativity and relationships.
Through case studies, dreams, and myths, Woodman, a Jungian analyst explores the hidden causes of compulsion in the lives of men and women. At the root of eating disorders, substance abuse, and other addictive and compulsive behaviors, Woodman sees a hunger for spiritual fulfillment. The need to experience a sacred connection to an energy greater than their own drives people to search for an illusory ideal of perfection. Through discussions of parenthood, creativity, and body image, this presentation shows that freedom from addiction can be found by discovering the wisdom and power of the feminine principle.
Marion Woodman is a writer, international teacher and workshop leader, and Jungian analyst. With over half a million books in print, she is one of the most widely read authors on analytical and feminine psychology of our time.
Marion Woodman is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of Zurich. She is the author of Addiction to Perfection, The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter, The Pregnant Virgin, The Ravaged Bridegroom, and is coauthor of Coming Home to
Myself (with Jill Mellick) and The Maiden King (with Robert Bly).