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Women Who Run with the Wolves (1992)

– tekijä: Clarissa Pinkola Estés

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"Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman, but she is an endangered species. Though the gifts of wildish nature come to us at birth, society's attempt to "civilize" us into rigid roles has plundered this treasure, and muffled the deep, life-giving messages of our own souls. Without Wild Woman, we become over-domesticated, fearful, uncreative, trapped." "Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D., Jungian analyst and cantadora storyteller, shows how woman's vitality can be restored through what she calls "psychic archeological digs" into the bins of the female unconscious. In Women Who Run with the Wolves, Dr. Estes uses multicultural myths, fairy tales, folk tales, and stories chosen from over twenty years of research that help women reconnect with the healthy, instinctual, visionary attributes of the Wild Woman archetype." "Dr. Estes collects the bones of many stories, looking for the archetypal motifs that set a woman's inner life into motion. "La Loba" teaches about the transformative function of the psyche. In "Bluebeard", we learn what to do with wounds that will not heal; in "Skeleton Woman", we glimpse the mystical power of relationship and how dead feelings can be revived; "Vasalisa the Wise" brings our lost womanly instincts to the surface again; "The Handless Maiden" recovers the Wild Woman initiation rites; and "The Little Match Girl" warns against the insidious dangers of a life spent in fantasy." "In these and other stories, we focus on the many qualities of Wild Woman. We retrieve, examine, love, and understand her, and hold her against our deep psyches as one who is both magic and medicine." "In Women Who Run with the Wolves, Dr. Estes has created a new lexicon for describing the female psyche. Fertile and lifegiving, it is a psychology of women in the truest sense, a knowing of the soul."--BOOK JACKET.… (lisätietoja)
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I no longer recall where I first heard of this book. As the cover proclaims, it has been well-read since it was first published in 1992.

It is a book written by a women for other women. I am apprenticing to the feminine, and to myth, and thought it worth exploring. Also, many of the capacities spoken to in the book are important to all people.

The book is full of so many surprises. Each chapter illustrates an element of healthy feminine development, illustrated by at least one myth. The book starts out by focusing on the attribute of wiliness, canniness, or as Mad Eye Moody might put it, "constant vigilance." This theme continues throughout; although Estés loves magic and mastery, she is very much against naïveté.

The second theme is about intuition. I was doing some writing last year about somatics, so this resonates with me. I've come around to the epistemology that we ultimately must rely on our intuition to determine what cosmologies to trust.

There are many other themes in the book: partnering, mothering, creativity, sexuality, agency.

The final myth in the book, and the longest, focuses on the myth of the Handless Maiden. I happen to have recently read Martin Shaw's "Smokehole," and he also focuses on this myth. I've also been reading other versions of it (the South African, the Italian, the Russian—both Shaw and Estés focus on the German).

This is a long book. At times, Estés' interpretations of the myths she shares can feel a little too exhaustive. She also rarely shares information about the provenance of the myths she tells (other than a few words on where she heard it, if that). That said, it is still a wonderful and lovely read—but out of the three people I've spoken with that have read some of it, none of them have read it all.

We need more books like this (feminine and mythic)! ( )
  willszal | Oct 16, 2021 |
Sometimes the universe delivers just the book you need, at just the right time, and for me this is one of those books. Spotted in the non-fiction section at our local charity book sale, I hadn’t heard of this book before, but something drew me to pick it up and take it home. Maybe it was the mythology promised on the front cover, or maybe it was the wolves and Wild Women that I knew hid within. Either way, this was just the transformational book that I needed this year - irregardless of the fact that it took me almost 5 months to read. In each chapter author Estés shares a folkloric tale and then proceeds to examine it in terms of feminist theory, psychology, and for its storytelling mythos. Throughout the stories the emergence of the Wild Woman is prominent, and while the book may begin as a collection of tales and anecdotes it quickly moves into the realm of self-affirming ethos. For me, at this particular point in my life, the book served as a reminder of the Wild Woman inside that was buried for far too long. So now it’s time to collect the bones, rove the world, and most importantly to Howl at what brings me joy.
  JaimieRiella | May 20, 2021 |
The reason why I read this book is because several people who meet me tell me that I have the name of one of their favourite writers. I took me several attempts to read this book, as it is quite cheesy, but I finally decided I wanted to get through it. It was surprising how much I ended up by enjoying it. I liked the strong presence of fairy tales in the book, and in the middle of all the cheesiness there are many words of wisdom that helped me. I would advise anyone who feels like I did to fight though the first impressions the book might give you, and try and get to the treasure hidden inside. ( )
  Clarissa_ | May 11, 2021 |
Well, I was looking forward to reading this and I really wanted to like it. After getting through introduction and the first chapter, I have decided this is not for me. I thought this would be an academic analysis of the wild woman archetype in myths and stories. Instead the writer is telling stories and then just connects them to women's lives anecdotally. Also, she generalizes women's lives to her own experience.

In addition, the new aginess of the book really disturbs me. I really was looking for academic discussion and hard factual analysis on the subject and not this. I guess I was mislead by the PhD mentioned in the cover of the book... Seems like a cheap shot of credibility here. I feel this could've been an interesting topic for a real discussion, but the writer takes the easy way out. ( )
  RankkaApina | Feb 22, 2021 |
I really liked this. It made me think about things differently. If you don't go into it with an open mind, it might seem nonsense so take the time to just let it sink in instead of putting up a wall to block the message. It's basically about being true to yourself. ( )
  ToniFGMAMTC | Feb 17, 2021 |
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[Introduction, English] Wildlife and the Wild Woman are both endangered species.
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Women Who Run With the Wolves is the first part of a five-part series encompasing one hundred tales on the inner life. The entire twenty-two hundred pages of work took just over twenty years to write. In its essence, the work strives to de-pathologize the integral instinctual nature, and to demonstrate its soulful and essential psychic ties to the natural world. The basic premise that runs through all my work asserts that all human beings are born gifted.
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"Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman, but she is an endangered species. Though the gifts of wildish nature come to us at birth, society's attempt to "civilize" us into rigid roles has plundered this treasure, and muffled the deep, life-giving messages of our own souls. Without Wild Woman, we become over-domesticated, fearful, uncreative, trapped." "Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D., Jungian analyst and cantadora storyteller, shows how woman's vitality can be restored through what she calls "psychic archeological digs" into the bins of the female unconscious. In Women Who Run with the Wolves, Dr. Estes uses multicultural myths, fairy tales, folk tales, and stories chosen from over twenty years of research that help women reconnect with the healthy, instinctual, visionary attributes of the Wild Woman archetype." "Dr. Estes collects the bones of many stories, looking for the archetypal motifs that set a woman's inner life into motion. "La Loba" teaches about the transformative function of the psyche. In "Bluebeard", we learn what to do with wounds that will not heal; in "Skeleton Woman", we glimpse the mystical power of relationship and how dead feelings can be revived; "Vasalisa the Wise" brings our lost womanly instincts to the surface again; "The Handless Maiden" recovers the Wild Woman initiation rites; and "The Little Match Girl" warns against the insidious dangers of a life spent in fantasy." "In these and other stories, we focus on the many qualities of Wild Woman. We retrieve, examine, love, and understand her, and hold her against our deep psyches as one who is both magic and medicine." "In Women Who Run with the Wolves, Dr. Estes has created a new lexicon for describing the female psyche. Fertile and lifegiving, it is a psychology of women in the truest sense, a knowing of the soul."--BOOK JACKET.

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