Monday, May 25, 2015

In Search of Puella: Who is Puella?

Laura just got in touch with me and she is doing dreamwork with the 12 steps--I'm excited about her work and her blog--take a look. Her info is solid! She is an "Archetypal Dreamwork Practitioner working with individuals in an experiential exploration of the evocative intention of their dreams." Yeah--a fellow 12 step traveler develing into the subconscience.

In Search of Puella: Who is Puella?: "Puella is the Latin word for “girl”.  In Jungian purview she is often viewed as the girl who never grows up, as having a child-like demeanor, and as the feminine component within the male psyche which Carl Jung referred to in his public, professional life as "puella anima". In Archetypal Dreamwork, the girl in a dream is not an archetype per se, because she typically represents the manifestation of the dreamer's soul."

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Shelly, thanks so much for sharing my blog here! I have written several posts in a series published on my blog called The Recovery Chronicles and would be happy to have you re-blog them here if you like. It's great to have found a fellow dreamer who sees the value of what our dreams can teach us and how they can support the important, sometimes difficult and always rewarding work of recovery through the 12 steps.


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