Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World Topics for Discussion

Carol S. Pearson
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Discuss woman's roles. In modern society, women are said to have the same rights as men. Women are still different in terms of psychological development and physical characteristics. Can there be a higher order of androgynous, or non-sexual identity for men and women?

Discuss the Ego and pride. In many New Age and psychological help guides, Ego is described as a negative thing, and associated with pride. In this book, the author makes the case that the Ego is highly necessary to the development of the personality. Does ego have to involve pride or are there other considerations in "the Ego?"

Discuss the Ruler, Magician, Sage and Fool archetypes. Are these archetypes important? Should they be considered as separate and more advanced stages of development? Do such archetypes as the "Ruler" imply class and income differences that may conflict with those of a democratic...

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