Buried into all of us is what Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes refers to as the one who kws the instinctive, intuitive nature. This, she teaches, is the source of creativity and understanding that lies out of sight in darkness, often called the unconscious.On Seeing in the Dark, we join the esteemed Jungian psychoanalyst and bestselling author to learn how to perceive through the eyes of the soul as well as through the eyes of the ego. This dual way of seeing, being, and acting, Dr. Estes explains, is the most direct way to reclaim the gifts of the healing apothecary set into each soul at birth. On two CDs of empowering insights, special blessing prayers, and original stories told here for the first time Dr. Estes inspires us to find our one-of-a-kind voice and trust in our ability to see beyond the obvious, to see beyond the cultural, as she introduces:
The Fire Owl an all-new tale about reclaiming the fire of enthusiasm when others would try to steal it away The Corpse Bride an all-new story about the hope which cant die and the power of redemption The Erl Konig, The Rebbe in Prison, The Man Who Sought Treasure Afar, and more
We are weakly linked or else severed from the wild and wise self, says Dr. Estes. Yet, deep creative life is informed by the realm of mystery, dreams, sudden kwings; the shadow. Seeing in the Dark is an inspiring call to mine the raw gems of spirit, soul, and creative life again, or for the very first time. Note: Portions of this program excerpted from the full-length audio course Mother Night.
Clarissa Pinkola EstesClarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD, is an internationally recognized scholar, award-winning poet, diplomate senior Jungian psychoanalyst, and cantadora (keeper of the old stories in the Latina tradition). In addition to her international bestseller Women Who Run With the Wolves, Dr. Estes is a managing editor and columnist writing on politics, spirituality, and culture at the newsblog TheModerateVoice.com, and she is a columnist at The National Catholic Reporter online.