On the Way to the Wedding: Transforming the Love

On the Way to the Wedding: Transforming the Love Relationship [Read] ➵ On the Way to the Wedding: Transforming the Love Relationship ➲ Linda Schierse Leonard – Buyprobolan50.co.uk With deep understanding and practical wisdom Linda Leonard writes about the longing for a true wedding one that unites two beings in a sacred search for meaning in life Exploring dreams personal exper With deep Way to ePUB ✓ understanding and practical wisdom Linda Leonard writes about the longing for a true wedding one that unites two beings in a sacred search for meaning in life Exploring dreams personal experiences myths and fairy tales and themes from films and literature the author uncovers the inner obstacles to love and creativity as experienced by both men and women.


10 thoughts on “On the Way to the Wedding: Transforming the Love Relationship

  1. Mary Mary says:

    Some of this book flew over my head; I don't know Jungian dream theory very well But the book's discussion of the masculine and feminine were very interesting to read in a time when masculine is only associated with toxic masculinity I had to forget what I think about the masculine and feminine to see them from the author's point of view a bit like dual energies which when working in perfect harmony allow us to be whole I really loved that I also uite enjoyed the discussion of different operas and plays and I adored the section on dream archetypes The author also had a message about our existence that I liked that our existence is in a sense coming to terms with the limitation of our minds that while we are unlimited in what we can think or dream we will never fully be able to express all of those dreams and thoughts but that we get to try to do so and to take enjoyment in that process


  2. Eva Eva says:

    Really beautiful and insightful book for anyone interested in having a deep and meaningful relationship You don't have to be a fan of Jung or even psychology as a whole to get something out of it I think this book would be popular if it were easier to read The writing can be a bit dense at times but Schierse Leonard is also incredibly poetic in both her descriptions and comparisons A thoroughly enjoyable read for anyone who loves to explore abstract concepts this book will also make you fall hopelessly in love with Rilke if you aren't already Just lovely and for a psychology book oddly savourable


  3. Betty Betty says:

    I love the idea of this that the soul's journey is about marrying one's self and that there are loads of trickster archetypes and charlatan impulses that we must integrate and make whole before we can live happily ever after Alas I find this book especially hard to read I found myself skipping giant tracts of prose to just get through it Brilliant idea though


  4. Mical Mical says:

    beautiful metaphors for individuation and falling in love with oneself and finding fulfillment in a powerfully creative life


  5. Andrea Andrea says:

    Fascinating exploration of archetypal figures from fairy tales legends and other dramas and their manifestation in our lives and dreams I especially enjoyed reading about The Flying Dutchman as I was previously unfamiliar with that story The author is a gifted writer and storyteller and I adored all of her retellings of these classic tales including the original Beauty The Beast and Wagner's lengthy opera Die Walküre I also enjoyed learning about the symbolism behind the veil and rings and what I read in this book is 100% what inspired me to choose a veil for my own imminent wedding Great for anyone with an interest in dream analysis and although I am an ardent lover of Freud I nevertheless was intrigued by Jungian concepts with which I wasn't all too familiar beyond the scope of dream interpretation My favorite part was the author's discussions on death toward the end of the book eg acceptance of death as part of life in order to fully experience the divine referencing Rilke although this is an oversimplification to the point of bastardization; that chapter will leave an indelible mark on me


  6. Blissom Booblé Blissom Booblé says:

    Fascinating


  7. Mckinley Mckinley says:

    Analysis


  8. Лейлани Медовицкая Лейлани Медовицкая says:

    Очень люблю эту последовательницу Юнга она таки умеет донести до нас неучей хотя бы частицу его осознаний Книга посвящена не вопросу как выйти замуж а скорее как обрести свою целостность и творческий путь найдя в себе именно в себе равновесие мужского и женского О том где проходят границы личности и как противостоять соблазнам и личностям манящим нас влево и вправо от нашего пути Во многом книга экзистенциальна вы не найдете в ней позитивного мышления и прочих фей с прозрачными крылышками глубина бытия познается через сознательное соприкосновение с тенью признанием всех сторон жизни существующимиПовествование во многом связано с творчеством Рильке Будет полезна как для мужчин так и для женщин


  9. Cristina Cristina says:

    rec by patricia


  10. Leah Leah says:

    This book helped me better understand what it means to be in relationship I highly recommend it to anyone but especially those with an interest in Jungian psychology


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