The Bridge to Wholeness: A Feminine Alternative to the Hero Myth Paperback – January 26, 2004
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About the Author
Through formal and informal means, including a five-year Centerpoint course and an intensive at the Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, Jean has been studying Jungian psychology and her own inner life for more than twenty years.
Jean has made numerous program appearances, including television, radio, and Internet interviews, classes, workshops, Jung Societies, and book signings. Her book The Bridge to Wholeness: A Feminine Alternative to the Hero Myth (LuraMedia, 1992) was nominated for the Benjamin Franklin Award for best psychology book of 1992. Reviewed in several journals and featured on the reading lists of university courses, it was also picked by the Isabella catalogue as a must-read for seeking women.
Dream Theatres of the Soul: Empowering the Feminine Through Jungian Dreamwork (Innisfree Press, Inc., 1994) has been used in dreamwork courses throughout the country and is included in Amazon.com's list of the Top 100 Best Selling Dream Books, and TCM's book list of Human Resources for Organizational Development.
Her newest book, Healing the Sacred Divide: Making Peace With Ourselves, Each Other, and the World (Larson Publications, Inc., 2012), was launched in July of 2012 and won the 2013 Wilbur Award for best non-fiction from the Religion Communicators Council.
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I was hesitant to buy this book because one review says it is Christian-based. But while it does mention Christian themes at some points because it is part of this woman's life, I find it is particularly critical of the patriarchal aspects of Christianity.