Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women Quotes

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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"Hestia can be found in the quiet order and sense of solitude that comes from doing 'contemplative housekeeping', " p. 116

"A Hestia woman shares the attributes of the goddess in being a quiet and unobtrusive person whose presence creates an atmosphere of warmth and peaceful order," p. 117-118

"This is a vivid picture of rampaging destruction, a metaphor for an Artemis woman on the warpath," p. 68

"And an Artemis woman can be cruel to a man who loves her," p. 68

"The new theory I have elaborated on in this book is based on the existence of archetypal patterns, a concept Jung introduced," p. 45.

"Thus, when a woman hesitantly enters the workplace or groves of academia, aided by an animus or masculine aspect of herself, that aspect may be represented to her in her dreams by a dimly perceived man...who is with her in an unfamiliar and often dangerous place...

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