Boston : [New York?] : Shambhala ; Distributed in the U.S. by Random House, 1992.
x, 377 p.; 24 cm
The renowned analyst and author here provides deep insight into the process required to bring feminize wisdom to consciousness in a patriarchal culture—as struggle in which many women are more fully engaged today that ever before. Presenting the personal journeys of three wise women as maps, she points the way to the state of inner wholeness and balance she calls "conscious femininity."
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