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Awaken The Slumbering Goddess: The Latent Code Of The Hindu Goddess Archetypes
Awaken The Slumbering Goddess: The Latent Code Of The Hindu Goddess Archetypes
by Ashok Bedi
Edition: Paperback
Price: $17.09
31 used & new from $14.24

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Only Connect, December 23, 2007
Dr. Ashok Bedi's newest publication, Awaken the Slumbering Goddess, , should be required reading for all men, presenting as its subtitle indicates, The Latent Code of the Hindu Goddess Archetypes. It is the third in a trilogy on the spiritual aspects of the individuation process from a Jungian and Hindu perspective.

The book can be read, understood, and studied on a variety of levels. While Jung's concepts of the archetype and the collective unconscious are presented academically initially, they are then woven and transferred into a unique tapestry using the template of Hindu goddesses that is at once interesting, complete, clear, and amorphous impelling the reader to become a full and creative partner in Dr. Bedi's individuation process and transformation.

This is an important book that leads us, "...to that place where completeness can be found." (E.M. Forster, A Passage to India)

Junis Roberts


Frost
Frost
by Michael Hofmann
Edition: Hardcover
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars FROST by Thomas Bernhard, March 21, 2007
This review is from: Frost (Hardcover)
Although not pretty, this is an important book, one very well worth the effort to read. Strauch, the painter, the primary character, is undeniably insane. Nonetheless, he is a font of philosophical observations - truths if you will - often exposing the dark side of the human condition. The relationship developed between Strauch and the anonymous young medical student who leaves his work to observe Strauch is engaging and psychologically astute. While extremely "raw", FROST is unforgettable.


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