Women Who Run with the Wolves - Chapter 6, Finding One's Pack: Belonging as Blessing Summary & Analysis

Clarissa Pinkola Estés
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Chapter 6, Finding One's Pack: Belonging as Blessing Summary and Analysis

This chapter begins with a classical fairy tale with which most readers will likely be familiar. The story starts with a strange egg. There is no confusion: it is evident that this egg is different from the very beginning. There are guesses made by other mature creatures about what the egg is.

Some bizarre creature emerges from the egg and even the mother is unable to hide this. She strives to protect the entity anyways, but the so-called duckling does not fit in, which is what the mother and the duckling both fear—both want the young creature to be accepted. The dual energies of the mother wishing to nurture and protect this offspring and her own struggle and misfortune due to the undeniable peculiarity of her oddball...

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