Women Who Run With the Wolves: Introductory Material & Book 1, The Howl: Resurrection of the Wild Woman
• The author begins by introducing herself to the readers.
• The wild woman archetype portrays a strong and healthy woman.
• An Old Woman alone can find great power and joy in herself.
• Four people are changed in the story when they see Ezekial's Wheel.
Chapter 1, Stalking the Intruder: The Beginning Initiation
• A young girl has a relationship with a man called Bluebeard.
• The Wild Woman emerges through curiosity.
• Females need to cultivate subtle and not so subtle levels of awareness.
• The young girls cries out to her brothers for protection.
Chapter 3, Nosing Out the Facts: The Retrieval of Intuition as Initiation
• A young girl is given a doll when her mother dies, but is told to keep the doll hidden.
• The young girl is sent to Baba Yaga.
• The girl performs eight tasks...
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