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Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

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  • Publication date‏:‎ February 1, 2017
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1507 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 562 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

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Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

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  1. This book could be interesting and I like the concept of it I ve heard so much about how awesome it is and a lot of people in the groups I m in rave about this book I decided to finally buy it without reading it first Big mistake I should ve checked this out from the library first I am an intelligent person, I have a bachelor s degree, and I ve completed research at the graduate level beyond my years because apparently that s where my reading and writing skills are The author s writing is imposs [...]


  2. really wanted to like this book, but the author is most concerned with proving her intellect with an unusual and unreasonable amount of words per sentence making it impossible to find a flow when reading Its as though she s trying to prove herself through how many overly intellectual words she can through into each and every sentence within the book Its self indulgent to say the least.Also if you are a modern woman who doesn t need to connect to your womb to feel of value in the world this book [...]


  3. Couldn t get past the first chapter I m not sure if I just lost my attention span or have gotten dumber over the years, but, based on the other 1 and 2 star reviews, I m thinking that the writing is just terrible I felt like I was trying to read the Bible, if the Bible was written in the style of Alice in Wonderland So many unnecessary words and long sentences Pass.


  4. this book is my go to staple to feed my female soul if anyone can get it right and deep it is Clarissa to me, she is like the female version of Joseph Campbell she totally unfolds the female archetypal characters and souls if you want a book with meat and bones that talks about the issues of the female character and her relationships with other women within her family who betray her or abuse her, abandon her or neglect her and you have had that happen to you and you need a healing through profou [...]


  5. I am still enjoying this book The stories in it really resonates with me I had stopped reading it for a couple of months after finishing a story when I had a break down about my life I had started reading the book again to take my mind off of things and the next story, The Red Shoes touched a lot on what I am experiencing Feeling a need to escape and get to a life that is happier soulful The Ugly Duckling is also one of my favorite stories in this book The way the author takes the symbols and de [...]


  6. This book is for all women, who struggled through life because of the pressures and pre tailored expectations of their families, socieities, religious leaders, husbands, children, etc, and finally saw the light of the moon and could not fight the urge to howl owwwwwwwwwwwThe basic concept is that everything that goes wrong in women s lives in the modern world is that they have forgotten their wild nature, that place inside their mind which still leads with an animal instict that makes women stro [...]


  7. I was expecting something different from this book I ll be gifting it to someone else a mother that can use it All the insight was about motherhood In my opinion, it s not really relevant for child free women.


  8. This is the book I return to for wisdom and guidance, that I quote to explain life lessons to friends and grandchildren, that I understand better and differently whatever age I am when I reread it, starting at 38 up til now when I am 67 Clarissa Pinkola Estes, a Jungian analyst and storyteller with a tradition of women storytellers on both sides of her family, tells the original versions of fairy tales and folk tales from around the world and then meticulously, exquisitely exposes the deep hidde [...]


  9. I don t normally leave reviews, but in this instance I feel utterly compelled to do so When I am enjoying a book, I devour it completely, having started this book in that same tradition, I reached page 18 and realised that this is not how this book should be read So I started again This isn t a book It s a journey It is written to be dissected and digested carefully and thoroughly Each word, line, paragraph and chapter need to be read, re read and absorbed before proceeding to the next.I encoura [...]


  10. I was recommended to read this book before going on a women only yoga retreat I found the first 40 pages or so completely unintelligible, as they were terribly overwritten and dense, making reading unenjoyable The writer follows Jung so the book deals heavily with dream analysis and ideas of collective unconscious Once the writer moved on to analyse fairy stories from the wild woman perspective I enjoyed it a lot This is a very interesting area but, for me, this book is too hard going to engage [...]


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