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by Marion Woodman

eBook Bone: Dying into Life (Compass) download ISBN: 0140196285
Author: Marion Woodman
Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (December 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 272
ePub: 1761 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Diseases and Physical Ailments

Marion woodman is a treasure who in this discourse through her illness never loses her insight to the joy of life.

Marion woodman is a treasure who in this discourse through her illness never loses her insight to the joy of life. Great read for anyone who wants to prepare for their own ending. But, the final resolution (on April 1, 1995) for moving from that place of feeling stuck and into life again seemed more literary than psychologically faithful to me, which in this regard left me disappointed as the value of Bone definitely lies in its contributions at the psychological level. Even so, this is a book very worth reading if you want to age with consciousness.

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Similar books to Bone: Dying into Life (Compass). She agonized over using Western medical practices to save her life, for she felt she was being untrue to the divine goddess Sophia and the healing rituals, incantations, and nutritional programs she had long trusted. Furthermore, afraid of being dismissed as an elderly New Age freak, she struggled to communicate with unbelieving doctors as she wrestled for inner balance.

On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Start by marking Bone: Dying into Life as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

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Items related to Bone: Dying into Life (Compass). On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Marioin Woodman, P. Ho., is the author of many acclaimed books that bridge the fields of analytical and feminine psychology. Marion Woodman Bone: Dying into Life (Compass). ISBN 13: 9780140196283. Here, in journal form, is the story of her illness, her healing process, and her acceptance of life and death. From Publishers Weekly

Marion Woodman was born on August 15, 1928 and died on July 9, 2018. She recorded the subsequent two years of cancer treatment in a journal, which was later published as Bone: Dying into Life

Marion Woodman was born on August 15, 1928 and died on July 9, 2018. She was a Canadian mythopoetic author, poet, analytical psychologist and women's movement figure. She has written and spoken extensively about the dream theories of Carl Jung. Woodman was born on August 15, 1928 in London, Ontario and completed a degree in English literature. She recorded the subsequent two years of cancer treatment in a journal, which was later published as Bone: Dying into Life. Here, in journal form, is the story of her illness, her healing process, and her acceptance of life and death

On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Dreams and imagery, self-reflection and body work, and both traditional and alternative medicine play distinctive roles in Woodman's recovery.

Bone: Dying into Life. On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer

Bone: Dying into Life. By (author) Marion Woodman.

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On November 7, 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Here, in journal form, is the story of her illness, her healing process, and her acceptance of life and death. Breathtakingly honest about the factors she feels contributed to her cancer, Woodman also explains how she drew upon every resource-physical and spiritual-available to her to come to terms with her illness. Dreams and imagery, self-reflection and body work, and both traditional and alternative medicine play distinctive roles in Woodman's recovery. Her personal treasury of art, photographs, and quotations-from Dickinson to Blake to Rumi-embellish this unique chronicle of a very personal journey toward transformation.
Comments: (7)
Геракл
Marion Woodman is a woman to be admired and her experience with cancer is inspiring. She shows vulnerability and expresses her mindset and thoughts like I've not encountered before. I've read and re read this book and started in on a couple of her others. A Jungian analyst, she speaks the language of the subconscious for herself and others so concisely. I love her! This is a great book for anyone. You don't have to have cancer or know anyone with cancer to benefit from this book. Being a woman will help you identify with her amazing perspective, but it's not necessary. Classy, sweet, strong woman with vinegar humor at times;)
Arador
Once I picked up this book I could not put it down until I finished it completely, then I went back and made notes on it. My own world view is different than Marion Woodman's but I picked up some valuable insights from this book anyway. It also contains the most horrific account of a cancer treatment I have ever read anywhere. It makes me shudder weeks later just thinking about it. Marion Woodman's own beautiful personality shines through this book. It will also inspire you to try to eat ten servings of the brightly colored vegetables and fruits a day. Go ahead and buy it, it is well worth it.
Khiceog
Marion woodman is a treasure who in this discourse through her illness never loses her insight to the joy of life. Great read for anyone who wants to prepare for their own ending.
watching to future
Thank you for carrying this book it has helped me thru a hard time
Prorahun
Marion Woodman's journal (November 1993 to April 1995) during her struggle with uterine cancer contains, at one level, the story of her illness and healing, and at another, her beliefs that guided her journey. These are interspersed with very human perceptions and descriptions like `...that blissfully unaware diabetic woman for a roommate. She did tests all day with totally crazy results and ate boxes of chocolate cherries her daughter brought her all night. I remember lying ... watching her silently, systematically licking her lips over one chocolate cherry after another. I remember being startled when I realized I wasn't chuckling over that little morsel of Divine Comedy... It was my loss of connection to the dark feminine and her lust for life and creativity.'
Throughout the book Woodman's long-standing advocacy for the integration of matter (body) and psyche comes strongly to the fore - at different levels - as does her deep, inner wisdom.
If death is the meaning director of the cycles of life and ultimately life itself, then this is an appropriate book to hone our sensibilities towards those ends. Alongside the author we can find our inner archetypes, whether for transformation or honour, to give them their rightful place in our on-going journey towards wholeness while creating our own supportive practices in the presence of the unavoidable final curtain call.
But, the final resolution (on April 1, 1995) for moving from that place of feeling stuck and into life again seemed more literary than psychologically faithful to me, which in this regard left me disappointed as the value of Bone definitely lies in its contributions at the psychological level.
Even so, this is a book very worth reading if you want to age with consciousness.
Scoreboard Bleeding
This intimate look at Marion Woodman's experience through cancer is profound. Written in her compelling personal style, it takes the reader on the journey as a kind of confidant. I couldn't put it down.
Amarin
Most insightful
A great book of one of the most important junguian therapist. She tells whit simplicity, sincerity and courage her descent into her soul' deepness while she struggles whit a dangerous câncer.