"Soul, to me, means embodied essence. When we experience ourselves and others in our full humanity: part animal, part divine. Healing comes through embodiment of the soul. The soul in matter is what I think the feminine side of God is all about. The feminine soul is what grounds us. It loves and accepts us in our totality." ~ Marion Woodman

In your light, I learn how to Love; in your beauty, how to make poems. You dance inside my chest where no one sees you, but sometimes I do - Rumi Artist: Ruby Lane

"It is possible that the scream that comes from the forsaken body, the scream that manifests in a symptom, is the cry of the soul that can find no other way to be heard. If we have lived behind a mask all our lives, sooner or later ~ if we are lucky ~ that mask will be smashed ~ Marion Woodman

Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. ~ Kahlil Gibran (my favourite poet) RELEASE

Marion Woodman

Love her books: conscious feminine, addiction to perfection & the owl was a baker's daughter

The Crone has been missing from our culture for so long that many women, particularly young girls, know nothing of her tutelage. Young girls in our society are not initiated by older women into womanhood with its accompanying dignity and power. With no inner wisdom figure to guide them, and no outward model to help them set boundaries and be their own person, young women often fall victim to false and superficial ideals, such as pleasing others. -Marion Woodman & Elinor Dickson.   Art by…

red tent - an important symbol and aspect of my offerings - women coming together in sacred space, honoring our moons and sisterhood, wisdom ways. this quiet santuary space is also what i aim to create for women in my moon massage sessions.

Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman on her approach to therapy.

Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman describes her approach to therapy, which she says, comes from the unconscious. She goes on to define and expl.

A truly inspirational film interview with Canadian Jungian psychologist Marion Woodman and Andrew Harvey.  This brilliant film explores the balancing of male and female within the individual to enhance greater loving relationships to ourselves, our loved ones, community and global family.

Trailer for 'Dancing in the Flames' documentary on Canadian Jungian psychologist Marion Woodman interviewed by Andrew Harvey. (Full documentary posted elsewhere on this board).

Internationally renowned Jungian analyst and writer, Marion Woodman, discusses her personal analysis with Dr. E. A. Bennet in London, England. With characteristic honesty and humour, she shares the ups and downs of her own souls journey. This is excerpted from a series of interviews with Marlene Schiwy, produced by Principia Productions.

Internationally renowned Jungian analyst and writer, Marion Woodman, discusses her personal analysis with Dr. Bennet in London, England. With characteristic…

Marion Woodman, jungian analyst and a woman of a tremendous mind

Marian Woodman: Jungian analyst, trained at the Jung Institute in Zürich during the Lecturer in North America, England and Scandinavia. Former Director of the Psychology Service in St.

Marion Woodman Video: How we see ourselves #love #psychotherapy

Renowned Jungian analyst and author, Marion Woodman is celebrated for her work on feminine psychology and addiction, but her words and her wisdom speak to nearly everyone.

Marion Woodman says Healing Means Making Whole.  It is often confused with curing which brings in outside medicine or surgery to interfere with the internal process. Healing allows our psyche to work with us to bring wholeness to our being.

Marion Woodman on the difference between healing and cure. Healing is about personal wholeness. Cure involves external intervention in the process.

We are living in a civilization that doesn't understand metaphor so that they tend to concretize everything and not even know that's what's going on...  The union that they yearn for you know that total coming together … they can’t find, because they concretize the concept.  ~ Marion Woodman

Jungian analyst and author, Marion Woodman, discusses how our addiction to "stuff" is killing us. "The Addicted World" Clip from 'Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames'