By Sheila Moon A poetic and psychological study of the Navajo emergence myth, with emphasis on its relevance to the lives of contemporary men and women seeking spiritual growth. An engrossing analysis of the development of personality from birth to adult-consciousness, using the emergence myth as its touchstone and vehicle. Published by Wesleyan University Press, 1970 Re-issued by the Guild for Psychological Studies Publishing House, 1985 $7.95 Paper ISBN 0-917479-06-8 206 pages; 8-1/2" x 5-3/4"
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- By Sheila Moon Second Printing At the core of creation there is masculine and feminine power and rich creativity, but western civilization tends to devalue the feminine. The author combines the religion and mythology of the Navajo nation with her experience as an analyst in the Jungian tradition, making it clear that without the feminine there is no creative process. Her concerns and perspectives draw many clear implications for the future of our planet. $11.50 Paper ISBN 0-917479-03-3 Second Printing, 1988 232 pages; 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"