Embrace of the Daimon [ Sensuality and the Integration of Forbidden Imagery in Depth Psychology ]. Depth Psychology, Sandra Lee DENNIS, Thomas Moore.

Embrace of the Daimon [ Sensuality and the Integration of Forbidden Imagery in Depth Psychology ].

York Beach, ME: Nicolas-Hays, 2001. First Edition. Softcover. Octavo. xvi + 282pp. [ 2pp ]. Appendix, biliography & index. From the publisher: "Dennis explores an eruption of strange and wild, compelling and repellent characters that she calls daimons from the unconscious that precipitated a descent into the dark recesses of her own psyche. The Greeks understood the daimon as the intermediary between gods and humans, the guardian spirit assigned at birth, connecting heaven and earth. These messengers come as agents of radical change. When we welcome them with understanding and compassion, they show they are here to expand consciousness and connect us with the healing qualities our world is waiting for. This book leads us to this growing edge of the psyche and invites our curiosity and caring. It chart a course of radical acceptance of experience -- no matter how painful or repulsive -- as absolutely necessary for our well-being and the well-being of the planet. Sandra Dennis outlines a simple method to navigate these alarming images and anxieties. Instead of treating them as perversions to banish, we are encouraged to embrace their primal power becoming more intelligent, loving and whole in the process. " is the Light rubbing to edges, otherwise an unused, clean near-Fine copy. Price sticker on rear cover. Item #57150
ISBN: 0892540567

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