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Paint the Sky and Dance : Women and the New Myths

Castronova, Jeri

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ISBN 10: 0937088250 / ISBN 13: 9780937088258
Published by Illuminations Press, 2001
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Title: Paint the Sky and Dance : Women and the New ...

Publisher: Illuminations Press

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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Paint the Sky and Dance: Women and the New Myths offers step-by-step guidelines to creating new personal and global myths from women's' perspectives. New spiritual understanding of talents, attitudes, addictions, and relationships that formed old patterns of behavior are shown to be the basis for developing new mythologies, not only for women, but also for men. The author has created new stories based on old myths and provides insight into how she and her clients overcame psychological obstacles to recreate harmonious interaction between the sexes, and between humans and nature. Women need female heroes in a male-dominant world. One way to do this is to write new myths. These new myths will inspire the new visions for the future. This book can help women survive life's obstacles, take their own heroic journeys, and return from the quest in triumph.

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Dr. Castronova provides a rich melange of historical myths, legends, facts and fantasies in constructing the foundation for very practical procedures for taking control of one's life. Paint the Sky and Dance tells stories, each taking the reader into a new territory and moving on through wonderment on to understanding. At end, the reader is centered and equipped for upward movement.

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