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The Power of the Feminine - Marion Woodman

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We've invented the wheel, cracked the code of DNA—so what's next for humankind? Marion Woodman, a pioneering Jungian analyst and the author of ten books, believes that individuals and societies were meant to grow. And our best chance for growth, she thinks, is to bring the feminine into our culture. The following is taken from an interview O conducted with Woodman:

When I say the feminine, I don't mean gender. I mean the feminine principle that is living—or suppressed—in both men and women. The feminine principle attempts to relate. Instead of breaking things off into parts, it says, Where are we alike? How can we connect? Where is the love? Can you listen to me? Can you really hear what I am saying? Can you see me? Do you care whether you see me or not? 

Now, these are very serious questions. And the feminine is difficult to talk about because so few people have...(Click title for more)


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every human has a part inside: Man has a part of Woman, and Woman has a part of Man; it's very useful to take part in both!! 

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Melody Berning's comment, August 1, 2013 10:23 PM
Thanks for the refresher.
Paulette Turcotte's comment, August 1, 2013 10:37 PM
yes, so vital today. We forget where our strength lies.
Elizabeth Martinez's curator insight, August 2, 2013 12:15 PM

The Feminine Movement

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The Power of the Feminine - Marion Woodman

The Power of the Feminine - Marion Woodman | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it

We've invented the wheel, cracked the code of DNA—so what's next for humankind? Marion Woodman, a pioneering Jungian analyst and the author of ten books, believes that individuals and societies were meant to grow. And our best chance for growth, she thinks, is to bring the feminine into our culture. The following is taken from an interview O conducted with Woodman:

When I say the feminine, I don't mean gender. I mean the feminine principle that is living—or suppressed—in both men and women. The feminine principle attempts to relate. Instead of breaking things off into parts, it says, Where are we alike? How can we connect? Where is the love? Can you listen to me? Can you really hear what I am saying? Can you see me? Do you care whether you see me or not? 

Now, these are very serious questions. And the feminine is difficult to talk about because so few people have...(Click title for more)


Via Bonnie Bright
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Paulette Turcotte's comment, August 1, 2013 10:37 PM
yes, so vital today. We forget where our strength lies.
Elizabeth Martinez's curator insight, August 2, 2013 12:15 PM

The Feminine Movement

Aladin Fazel's curator insight, August 14, 2013 4:15 AM

every human has a part inside: Man has a part of Woman, and Woman has a part of Man; it's very useful to take part in both!!