Objects & Places from The Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman's Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine

Sue Monk Kidd
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Abbey of Gethsemani - This location is in Kentucky and is associated with Thomas Merton.

Avebury - This is a small village between Oxford and Glastonbury, England. It is the site of a megalithic circle of stones larger than Stonehenge.

Crete - This place is an island in the Mediterranean Sea south of Greece.

Feminine Wound - This item comes from society's insistence on the inferiority of women. Feeling that she is the only woman who feels it, Sue tries to avoid facing up to it, but comes to see that all women suffer from it.

Jung Institute Archives for Research in Archetypal Symbolism - During a speaking engagement in San Francisco, Sue visits this place.

Mercy Center - This location is a retreat center in San Francisco, CA that is run by Roman Catholics. It is known for being a tolerant place.

National Gallery - Located...

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