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Marion Woodman on Dying into Life

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At age 50, Marion Woodman changed her life. She quit her job as a high school English teacher, went to Zurich and trained to be an analyst. Woodman is a Jungian analyst, teacher, and a prolific author of analytical and feminine psychology. Her books include The Owl Was a Baker's Daughter; Addiction to Perfection; The Pregnant Virgin and Leaving My Father’s House. She's also written an account of her recovery from cancer, Bone: Dying Into Life.  ?? Woodman has released a CD entitled Crown of Age.  This "crown", Woodman says, symbolizes the culmination of one's internal and external development as human beings.  And only a lifetime of experience confers the crown.  I know that Marion has that lifetime of experience and she wears the crown very elegantly.

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