Recommended Books

  • Bates, Charles (1991) Pigs Eat Wolves: Going into Partnership with your Dark Side. Yes International Publishers.
  • Bly, Robert (1990) Iron John: A Book About Men. Vintage Books
  • Boldt, Laurence G. (1996) How to Find The Work You Love. Penguin Books.
  • Feinstein, David & Krippner, Stanley (1988) Personal Mythology. Jeremy Tarcher, Inc.
  • Grof, Stanislav & Grof, Christina (1989) Spiritual Emergency. Jeremy Tarcher, Inc.
  • Hillman, James (1996) Anima: An Anatomy of Personified Notion. Spring Publications.
  • Hillman, James (1979) The Dream and the Underworld. Harper Perennial.
  • Johnson, Robert (1986) Inner Work: Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth. Harper San Francisco
  • Johnson, Robert (1989) He: Understanding Masculine Psychology. Harper & Row Pub.
  • Johnson, Robert (1989) She: Understanding Feminine Psychology. Harper & Row Pub.
  • Johnson, Robert (1991) Owning Your Shadow. Harper & Row San Francisco.
  • Johnson, Robert (1994) Lying with the Heavenly Woman: Understanding and Integrating Feminine Archetypes in Men's Lives. Harper & Row Pub.
  • Jung, C. G. (1963) Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Vintage Books.
  • Krippner, Stanley (1990) Dreamtime and Dreamwork. Jeremy Tarcher, Inc
  • May, Rollo (1981) Freedom and Destiny. Dell Publishing Co.
  • McKay, Matthew, Rogers, Peter & McKay, Judith (1989) When Anger Hurts. New Harbinger Publicatons, Inc.
  • Neumann, Erich (1994) The Fear of the Feminine. Princeton University Press
  • Obson, Diane (1991) A Joseph Campbell Companion. Harper Collins Publishers.
  • Stone, Hal & Stone, Sidra (1993) Embracing Your Inner Critic. Harper San Francisco.
  • Viorst, Judith (1986) Necessary Losses. Simon & Schuster.
  • Winnicott, D. W. (1988) Babies and their Mothers. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
  • Woodman, Marion (1982) Addiction to Perfection. Inner City Books.
  • Woodman, Marion (1992) Leaving My Father's House. Shambhala.
  • Woodman, Marion (2000) Bone: Dying into Life. Viking Compass.
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