By Marion Woodman
Habit to Perfection
through Marion Woodman
Through case reviews, desires, and myths, a Jungian analyst explores the hidden motives of compulsion within the lives of guys and girls. on the root of consuming issues, substance abuse, and different addictive and compulsive behaviors, Woodman sees a starvation for religious success. the necessity to adventure a sacred connection to an power more than their very own drives humans to go looking for an illusory perfect of perfection. via discussions of parenthood, creativity, and physique photo, this presentation exhibits that freedom from habit are available by means of learning the knowledge and gear of the female precept. Shambhala Lion Editions
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Rainer Maria Rilke, The Notebook of Malte Laurids Brigge. Page 47 3 Addiction to Perfection Mirror, mirror, on the wall, Who is the fairest of us all? If I can't do the whole thing, I'll do nothing. I see the mess other people make of their lives, and I don't think mine is so bad. If I succeed in losing weight, then to have to enter life. Big entries! They cut your leg off, you can learn to deal with it. But if it keeps pulling off every second minute, then you have real trouble. Try spirit next time!
Both the feminine and the masculine principles, the lunar rites of "Formation, transformation/The eternal mind's eternal recreation" and the solar rites of Apollonian clarity are symbolized in the drawing. I climbed in tears, in pain and joy, because she was the mother of compassion, the earth itself, and I was attached to her primal, nourishing mud. What I threw up for seven years was a refusal to be a woman; the "refuse'' of regurgitated food was a rejection of the Great Mother in toto. Only after this drawing could I understand the communion of the body and blood, of the physical and spiritual, because I found here a communion of the profane and the sacred.
Whether, that is, we will digest what is necessary to life or whether we will allow it to sit like a lump in the belly where it manifests as vomit or bloat or blocked kidneys. It ends with an "outofbody" experience — the witch flying on the wind. SO WHY ARE YOU SCARED TO TRY BECAUSE I WILL FAIL NO THAT S NOT IT WHERE ARE THE FORCES YOU HAVE ALLIED WITH WHERE ARE THEY DO THEY HELP YOU YES THEY GIVE ME SLEEP WHY DONT YOU WANT TO BE AWAKE BECAUSE IT HURTS TO BE AWAKE TELL ME HOW MUCH IT HURTS OK ARE YOU READY?
Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride: A Psychological Study (Studies in Jungian Psychology) by Marion Woodman