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Mother Night: Myths, Stories, And Teachings For Learning To See In The Dark

Mother Night Myths Stories And Teachings For Learning To See In The Dark Where is memory of who we really are who sent us here and what is our work here and why are we often so unusual so different so eccentric so belonging often to a tribe of one Dr Clarissa Pinkola

  • Title: Mother Night: Myths, Stories, And Teachings For Learning To See In The Dark
  • Author: Clarissa Pinkola Estés
  • ISBN: 9781591799153
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Where is memory of who we really are, who sent us here, and what is our work here, and why are we often so unusual, so different, so eccentric, so belonging often to a tribe of one Dr Clarissa Pinkola Est s, published in 34 languages and one of the most far reaching artist psychoanalysts of our time, teaches that in archetypal imagination, Mother Night is the quintessenWhere is memory of who we really are, who sent us here, and what is our work here, and why are we often so unusual, so different, so eccentric, so belonging often to a tribe of one Dr Clarissa Pinkola Est s, published in 34 languages and one of the most far reaching artist psychoanalysts of our time, teaches that in archetypal imagination, Mother Night is the quintessential medial woman, the woman who can walk in two worlds the one who knows and who can reveal solid ways of living and unleashing creative life in both worlds The program Mother Night presents a new series of audio teachings from the Jungian psychoanalyst and author of Women Who Run With the Wolves This six session learning event invites us to tap the generative power of the goodness of the core self that is, all creativity and understanding that lies out of sight in darkness often called the unconscious Throughout 11 hours of teaching stories, you ll hear 12 stories and myths told here for the first time.

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    1. When I received this set, my first reaction was "This would make such a lovely, lovely gift for a special woman friend who is ripening past middle age." This is not to say that it is not appropriate for younger listeners, but I think that those who are more linearly and outwardly focused (as many women in their career- and family-building years must be) may find it harder to shift into the more global/oceanic right-hemispheric state of mind that I think is required to derive the most benefit fro [...]

    2. Where 'The Artist's Way' exorcises the emotions of the re-emerging creatrix's soul, 'Mother Night' soothes the soul to process hidden shadow emotions. Pinkola-Estes' voice alone is wonderfully warm and nurturing. While her voice has always come through in her literary work, hearing her speak her truth is perfect synergy for the message. Quite conversationally delivered, this series is ideal for the soul-seeker who is fairly comfortable traveling between the states of metaphor and individual. I c [...]

    3. As usual, Dr. Pinkola-Estes' lyrical storytelling ways illuminate our deepest selves through story and symbol. Having been a psychology major, I deeply regret not having taken any course in Jungian theory because I think I would have loved it. Archetypes, the basis for words, the structure of stories all play a role in how we can interpret our lives, both the small life and the larger soul life, for our benefit and to be a light for others. As Dr. Estes says, we are all born to create something. [...]

    4. This audio recording feels a little disorganized at times, but otherwise offers a lot of inspiration to live a more creative, authentic life. It would be worth revisiting, for me, though I wish a written version were available for that purpose.

    5. Again great book in the style of Clarissa Pinkola Estés. This is a neat listen to looking at bringing out that side of you that has been stunned in some way. It can be looking at your dreams, looking at what you people have had an effect on you, creativity, and so much more. She uses myths and her own past. Some of these are a repeat her other other books, especially the creativity stuff. The part I really like how she shows that society views and impacts us. A part that I disagree with about i [...]

    6. Having listened to a couple of other works by Dr Estes and having them strike a deep and long-neglected chord in me, Mother Night doesn't fail to deliver. Her absolute belief in our inherent creative and valuable nature is directly transmitted as she shares tales that capture our psychology and soul. Really easy listen. And I appreciated the last two Q&A sessions - which I typically skip over in text or person, but the questions were relevant and addressed some more applied issues with the m [...]

    7. I am obviously not a fun of this book, I found it repetitive and teddies, just did not reach out to me. Ok we all set in a ways and effected by out cultural and religion and family believes and restrains and not all of us being wild and ready to running through the filed in the forest and I am all up for it, and I like spiritual and open mind and may be I am just did not get restarted so much growing up, so all was just to obvious and I just did not find it instructing or unique or a book I can [...]

    8. This program was full of wisdom, but Estes' speech patterns are stop-and-start like someone who rides the brake pedal going down the road, making one carsick. She literally paused every 2-3 words, spoke in a soft breathy lullaby-like monotone, and did not focus her dialogue well. I got about 4 hours in and had to stop. It was extremely hard to concentrate with such poor delivery and such little synthesis of greater concepts.

    9. I loved this wise and brilliant series on creativity, the overculture, knowing self, dreaming, and being with your "tribe" This was like getting therapy and inspiration the entire time I read it. I just wanted to repeat everything and rethink it and take notes. This is a beautiful book I would recommend to anyone who wants to think about what it means to create.

    10. I'm really enjoying this series - multiple audio CDs of what were originally online broadcasts. Love the mix of psychology, creativity and soul. Encouraging and supportive when you think you might have lost your way.

    11. A favorite; this work is enthralling and contains a useful Q and A section at the end for those dreamers/seekers who may have a harder time understanding the connections and themes that are present in all of Dr. Estes' works.

    12. Beautiful. It is life and soul affirming. Wonderful stories of the psyche told by someone who understands the darkness and it's lessons. I loved this.

    13. I'll listen to this audio book again and again. I love the wisdom Dr. Estes sees in the world around us.

    14. I am a huge fan of Dr. Estes, but this wasn't my favorite work of hers. I would recommend Women Who Run with Wolves!

    15. Enchanting storytelling woven with memories and wisdom. The audiobook is an entertaining way to hear the author and invites listeners to drink in the stories again and again.

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