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Second Thursday Book Group: Women Who Run with the Wolves
Thursday, May 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
“Women Who Run with the Wolves isn’t just another book. It’s a gift of profound insight, wisdom, and love,” said Alice Walker in 1992 of Jungian analyst and storyteller Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes’ ground-breaking book.
“Within every woman lies 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.” Almost forty years have passed since Dr. Estes first wrote those words. Today the call has never been louder to honor what we know, protect what we love, and nourish the wellspring of our individual and collective feminine psyche.
Born of decades of research, myths, folk and fairy tales, oral history, and life experience, Women Who Run with the Wolves deeply mines the feminine psyche so women can reconnect with the healthy instinctual visionary attributes of the Wild Woman archetype.
If these words resonate with you: please join us as we explore our own “psychic digs,” connect with other like-minded “archaeologists,” and celebrate this psychology of women in the truest sense. For she who cannot howl will not find her pack.
The Second Thursday Book Group will meet monthly on second Thursdays beginning, March 12, from 6:30-8:30 pm in the History Center on the second floor of the Camden –Public Library. For more information, to register please contact book group founder Tracy Ann via firstname.lastname@example.org
New topics from within the book will be discussed at each meeting.
Tracy Ann Lord holds a CPC in Transformational Healing from Leadership That Works and is a certified PC with the International Coaching Federation. An empath, Lord has studied with Wendy DeRosa and Guthrie Sayen. She is a published author, theatre director, and an enthusiastic student of all things joyful.