Wed., Jul. 21 | zoom

Women Who Run With the Wolves

Hosted by Melia Genre: Non-Fiction, only chapter 3 - 48 pg Myths & Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype, a non-fiction work by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph. D., brilliant psychologist & storyteller, is a discussion on the underlying wild nature in all of us & where we get caught in our development.
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Time & Location

Jul. 21, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. MDT
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About the Event

Women Who Run With the Wolves

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Hosted by Melia  - I speak fluent pig latin   

Genre: Non-Fiction, Book  511 pgs (discussing only chapter 3, 48 pages)  

Description: 

Women Who Run With the Wolves, Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype, is a non-fiction work by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph. D., brilliant psychologist and storyteller, is a discussion on the underlying wild nature in all of us and where we may get caught up in our development. It is a book to return to time and again in life, and is sure to provide direction to the most lost, and salve to the deepest wounds!  

Intent of Session: 

I would like to alert the readers to a different way of perceiving both our inner and outer lives. In contrast with many modern self-help books, this work uses ancient stories and classic psychology to dig in to what might be going wrong, or what could simply be better, in a person’s soul life. It’s not only for women, but it does speak particularly to the feminine experience. I hope all readers find a leg to stand on for their wildest dreams in this work.

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