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Crossing to Avalon - Jean Shinoda Bolen

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Title
Crossing to Avalon - a woman's midlife pilgrimage
Author
Jean Shinoda Bolen
format
Book
Publisher
HarperSanFrancisco
Language
English
UK Publication Date
1994

In this work, the author reflects on her girlhood as a Japanese-American in California, her struggle to become a medical doctor, her awakening to an archetypal feminine through the experience of giving birth, the personal transformations that occurred after her divorce, and her enduring friendships with other women.;Set against the backdrop of an unexpected pilgrimage to the sacred sites of Europe - Chartres, Findhorn, Glastonbury, Iona - Bolen's story is a feminine vision of the quest for the holy grail.;Inspired by "The Mists of Avalon", the tale of Bolen's European adventure is replete with ancient history and stories that illuminate the deep and ordinary experiences of the sacred that women have felt but not named.;Full of psychological and spiritual insights, this book should interest every woman seeking answers from the past and direction for the future. Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD is the author of "Gods in Everyman" and "The Tao of Psychology".

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Type
BOOK
Edition
1st Edition
Keyword Index
Women psychoanalysts - United States - Biography.|Women - Religious life.|Midlife crisis - Religious aspects.|Grail.|Goddess religion.|Pilgrims and pilgrimages - Europe.|Europe - Description and travel.
Country of Publication
California
Number of Pages
303

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