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by Jean Shinoda Bolen

eBook Crossing to Avalon download ISBN: 0062501127
Author: Jean Shinoda Bolen
Publisher: Harpercollins Publisher; 1st edition (May 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 303
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Jean Shinoda Bolen, . is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and author.

Jean Shinoda Bolen, . Bolen has written several books on the archetypal psychology of women and men in the development of spirituality, and is one of the women featured in the 1986 film Women – for America, for the World (Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject)) and 1989 National Film Board of Canada documentary Goddess Remembered.

Jean Shinoda Bolen, M. D, is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and an. . D, is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and an internationally known author and speaker. All of her books are in Spanish.

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD, is a psychiatrist, a Jungian analyst, and an internationally known author and speaker. Her books include Goddesses in Everywoman, Gods in Everyman, and many others

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD, is a psychiatrist, a Jungian analyst, and an internationally known author and speaker. Her books include Goddesses in Everywoman, Gods in Everyman, and many others. She is a distinguished life fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and was a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco. She lives in Marin County, California.

I had read Crones Don't Whine several years ago also by this author, but didn't connect it when I purchased Crossing to Avalon.

Jean Shinoda Bolen's magnificent spiritual autobiography is the story of a call to adventure, the mystery of the feminine, and the extraordinary pilgrimage that marked her mid-life passage. I had read Crones Don't Whine several years ago also by this author, but didn't connect it when I purchased Crossing to Avalon. I found this book so interesting, enlightening, and helpful that it will go on the shelf with other books I lend out but always want back.

Jean Shinoda Bolen in Everywoman, Gods in Everyman, Ring of Power, Crossing to Avalon, Close to the Bone, Th.

al and personal wellsprings of experience. She is the author of Like A Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet (2011), The Tao of Psychology, Goddesses in Everywoman, Gods in Everyman, Ring of Power, Crossing to Avalon, Close to the Bone, The Millionth Circle, Goddesses in Older Women, Crones Don't Whine and Urgent Message from Mother.

Crossing to Avalon book. A Midlife Quest For The Grail And The GoddessDr. This wise and challenging work, the most personal of Jean Shinoda Bolen's books, is an absorbing often uncannily perceptive, and useful companion for the soul journeys of our time, which is The Time of the Goddess Returning. Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple. In Crossing to Avalon, Jean Shinoda Bolen turns her acute and brilliant eye toward the interconnectedness of women's mysteries, sacredness of the body, the effect of pilgrimage on soul, and deep feminine friendships.

Dr Jean Shinoda Bolen's extraordinary memoir celebrates the pilgrimage that heralded her spiritual awakening and leads readers down . ALICE WALKER, author of 'The Color Purple'

Dr Jean Shinoda Bolen's extraordinary memoir celebrates the pilgrimage that heralded her spiritual awakening and leads readers down the path of self-discovery. ALICE WALKER, author of 'The Color Purple'. In 'Crossing to Avalon', Jean Shinoda Bolen turns her acute and brilliant eye toward the interconnectedness of women's mysteries, sacredness of the body, the effect of pilgrimage on soul, and deep feminine friendships. CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTES, P. author of 'Women Who Run with the Wolves'.

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Comments: (7)
adventure time
This book is not necessarily an easy read - however it is phenomenal. For women (and even men) in the midst of a mid-life crossroads this book is a MUST. It is also important to read through to the end of the book where the real explanations and wisdom is. The first part of the book sets up the author's journey and travels as she ventures out on a mid-life "pilgrimage" and covers a lot of descriptions of her travels and many symbolic events. I suspect this maybe where the author looses some readers. Keep going! - Read to the end you'll find treasure!
Kabandis
Jean Bolen's story of finding the joy in your own soul caught me at precisely the right time, as these things do. I am renovating my whole life, learning to live again, developing what has always been there in my heart, yet had been buried under things I had been taught to believe were true & important....most of which are not.
A book to remind you to be open to all experience & take what comes. All of life is relevant if our eyes are open.
Ielonere
I bought this book when it was first published, and came back to reread passages from time to time over the years. Lent it to a friend a year ago, and she lost it. Thanks to amazon I have it again! A good read about how the author dealt with something like a midlife crisis. Or at least that's what it helped me through. Some very thoughtful ideas and advice, and also, I like Jean Shinoda Bolen's writing style.
Cezel
This book does not leave my side. I am about to read it again for the 3rd time.
On my first reading I felt my heart cry out with recognition and so too for subsequent readings.
I have noted down so much of this book and done the meditation many times. It moves me deeply.
I highly recommend it to all other women who seek their own Divine beauty and full nature.
Simple fellow
I just read this book as I approach my 60th birthday and am having some discomfort with reaching that age. I had read Crones Don't Whine several years ago also by this author, but didn't connect it when I purchased Crossing to Avalon.

I found this book so interesting, enlightening, and helpful that it will go on the shelf with other books I lend out but always want back. I was able to connect the Goddess ideas with the Jungian archetypes and then directly to how I feel personally in a more direct way than with any previous books I've read. I would highly recommend this book. I'm not sure if it would have made the same great impression on me if I hadn't earlier done some reading on these subjects.
Marilore
Great read
SupperDom
This is a book to savor and read over and over again. I am still reading, however, it is so compelling that I chose to tell you how wonderful and awe inspiring this book is.
I have a friend who lives the book crones don't whine, and loved it, so I ordered this for her and bought an Adirondack one so we could discuss the book together. This is her personal journey but she lost me at the part that she believed that giving birth to a child was the gateway to avalon. As a woman who decided not to birth or have a child, this turned me off. I put the book Down and haven't picked it up again. I probably will finish it so I can discuss it with my friend and maybe with the different concept that trauma may lead to lifting the Mist into Avalon. There are so many other stories I've heard in people's lives and every day that I had much more impact in their Journey towards spirituality and finding themselves then this one. I don't mean to disrespect her experience I just find it a little Blaise. But if you have an interest in The mythos of Avalon, king Arthur, camalot, as I do, you might just add this to your collection and it's just my personal review I found I didn't really like her writing style either. Im picky. But I'm sure this was a ground breaking experience/ Book in the 70s and the feminist movement emerging.