Addiction to Perfection : The Still Unravished Bride: Through case studies, dreams, and myths, Woodman explores the hidden causes of compulsion in the lives of men and women, the search for an illusory ideal of perfection.  At the root of these addictive and compulsive behaviours, Woodman sees a hunger for spiritual fulfilment, the need to experience a sacred connection to a higher energy. Through discussions of parenthood, creativity, and body image, Woodman shows that freedom from addiction can be found by discovering the wisdom and power of the feminine principle and shows us how to embrace the feminine in us, how to let go of perfection and live with authenticity, passion and wholeness.  This is the limited edition deluxe leather bound edition.

Conscious Femininity : Marion Woodman’s books have sold over  a million copies, with 20 editions in 10 languages. Those already familiar with her will value the deep passion that animates these candid discussions. For those who haven’t yet discovered her, this is an excellent place to start. Contents:
·         Anorexia, Bulimia and Addiction – The Tarrytown Letter (1985/86)
·         Worshiping Illusions – Parabola (1987)
·         The Object in Analysis – Provincial Essays (1987)
·         On Addiction and Spirituality – Family Secrets (1987)
·         Healing Through Metaphor – Common Ground (1988)
·         A Conversation with Marion Woodman – Heartwood (1988)
·         Addiction to Perfection – Yoga Journal (1988)
·         The Conscious Feminine – Common Boundary (1989)
·         Marion Woodman in Perspective – Hans Werner (1990)
·         The Goddess Energy Is Trying To Save Us – Venture Inward (1990)
·         Journey to Conscious Femininity – East West (1990)
·         A Meeting with Marion Woodman – San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal (1992)
·         In Her Own Voice – Common Boundary (1992)
The Pregnant Virgin : A Process of Psychological Transformation :  The Pregnant Virgin gives birth to herself and this book is about transformation and how to retrieve lost consciousness and the deep feminine in both men and woman. Blending art, literature, religion and extensive case material Woodman takes us back and forth between the child losing consciousness and the adult becoming conscious in order to discover how to awaken the archetype of the Self because as Jung said, “only what is truly oneself has the power to heal.”

$95.00 if purchased separately. Spoil yourself or someone you love this Christmas and get all three for only $60.00 – The Woodman Bundle
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