Tag Archives: Marion Woodman

Looking Back on the Present

  In this time of looking back… …of trying to assess the past year… …I’m considering why 2011 wasn’t much of a “big dream year” for me. Yes, I remembered dreams.  Yes, I wrote those dreams down.  I also went … Continue reading

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A Double Pun Leads to Awareness

  “The authentic life is the transformation of compulsion into freedom without the loss of the energy contained in the compulsion.”                                          — Marion Woodman, from The Maiden King After all these years, I’m still working to transform this compulsion. … Continue reading

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The Need for Dream Space

  After writing about shared dreams in my last post… …I went back to hear what therapist/author Marion Woodman had said about such dreams in an interview with Tami Simon: TS:  “What do you think of two people who are … Continue reading

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