The life of poet Emily Dickinson provides a window that opens to a world of obsession, creativity, and erotic yearning for the Beloved. Jungian analyst Marion Woodman interlaces biographical insights, archetypal commentary, and Dickinson's poetry to introduce us to the Socratic concept of the daemon—a guide and transformative spirit from the other side of consciousness. This fascinating study in feminine psychology discusses the Father Complex, God projection, compulsive relationships, and much more. Music composed and performed by Jill Mellick.
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|Contents||1 Audio Download (1 hour)|
|Date Published||November 20, 2009|
|Product Codes||0225w, a225w, aa00225w|