Marion Woodman

Marion Jean Woodman (1928–2018) was a Canadian mythopoetic author, poet, analytical psychologist, and women’s movement figure. Her popular books and lectures on mythical archetypes provided a language to explore the primal, unconscious elements of feminine identity and bring them into consciousness.


"The Addicted World" Clip from 'Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames'

Renowned Jungian Analyst and author, Marion Woodman and celebrated mystic Andrew Harvey, discuss how our addiction to 'stuff' is killing us.

The Ravaged Bridegroom: Masculinity in Women

Using dreams a guides, this book focuses on evolving masculine and feminine energies within each individual, both striving toward an inner harmony.

Women, Power & the Shadow

Whoever fights monsters, should see to it that in the process (s)he does not become a monster. —Friedrich Nietzsche | The Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung used the term shadow work to describe the kind of introspective work that Nietzsche alludes to in the above quote.

The woman who is a virgin, one in herself, does what she does not for power or out of the desire to please, but because what she does is true.


More About the Great Mother Archetype

A segment taken from Women of Tibet: Gyalyum Chemo in which Dr.

Dancing in the Flames: The Dark Goddess in the Transformation of Consciousness

Dancing in the Flames gives us a remarkably rich and deep knowledge of the Dark Goddess.

Men Are from Earth, and So Are Women

Interview with Marion Woodman about dreams, illness, relationships and physical and spiritual awakening.

The longing for sweets is really a yearning for love or ‘sweetness.’


Marion Woodman Says Healing Means Making Whole

Healing means making whole. It is often confused with curing which brings in outside medicine or surgery to interfere with the internal process.

Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman on the American Psyche

Our unpublished 1994 interview takes on new meaning in the Trump Era and beyond.


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