Daimon Publishers Daimon Publishers
Online bookstore devoted to books on Jungian Psychology,
Relationships, Personal Development
and Growth of Consciousness
My Account   Checkout   
  Catalog » Journals » Parabola » 03721596411 My Account  |  Checkout   
Categories
English eBooks / English iBooks
deutsche eBooks / deutsche iBooks

Download English catalog (pdf)
deutscher Katalog als pdf

English Daimon Titles
Deutsche Daimon-Titel
- English, by Author
- German, by Author
Addl Titles avail. in Europe
Audio
DVD
Eranos Lectures
Eranos Yearbooks
Journals
Parabola (152)
Psychological Perspectives (21)
Spring Journal (41)
Living Human Heritage, Egyptology
Postcards
Information
Current Events
Interview with Hayao Kawai
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us
Links
What's New? more
Haruki Murakami Goes to Meet Hayao Kawai
Haruki Murakami Goes to Meet Hayao Kawai
Authors
Aanavi, Michael
Abt / Hornung
Abt / Madelung
Abt / Madelung / Hofmeier
Abt / von Franz
Abt, Theodor
Abt-Baechi, Regina
Abt/Bosch/Mackrell
Aizenstat / Boznak
Aizenstat, Stephen
Amezaga/Barcellos/Capriles/Gerson/Ramos
Ammann, Ruth
Appelbaum, David/Kulin, Joseph
Ashton, Paul & Bloch, Stephen
Asper, Kathrin
Bach, Susan
Bachelard, Gaston / Gaudin, Colette
Bair, Deirdre
Barz, Ellynor
Baynes Jansen, Diana
Becker, Christina
Beebe, John
Begg, Deike
Begg, Ean
Bendayan, Gertrudis Ostfeld de
Bennet, E.A.
Berry, Patricia
Bishop, Paul
Bishop, Peter
Bleek & Lloyd
Boas, George
Boer, Charles
Bosshard/Hinshaw
Boswell Moore, Phyllis
Brockway, Robert
Brown, Schuyler
Brutsche, Paul
Burns, Kate
Byington, Carlos Amadeu Bothelho
Cameron, Julia/Wheater, Tom
Campbell, Joseph
Casey, Edward S.
Caspari, Elizabeth
Castleman, Tess
Cater, Nancy
Cheetham, Tom
Chinen, Allan B.
Chiron
Clendenen, Avis
Cobb, Edith
Collins, Alfred
Colman, Warren
Conforti, Michael
Coppin, Joseph/Nelson, Elizabeth
Corbett, Lionel
Cowan, Lyn
Crowther, Catherine & Jan Wiener
Czuczka, George
Daniel, Renate
Dass, Ram
Denes, Agnes
Dieckmann, Hans
Dodson, Laura/Gibson, Terril
Donnchadha, Ramonn
Dooling, D.M.
Downing, Christine
Dreifuss/Riemer
Drob, Sanford L.
Dugan/Clendenen
Dyer, Donald
Ed. Ashton, Paul W.
Edelman, Sandra
Edinger, Edward F. & Dianne D. Cordic & Charles Yates
Eigen, Michael
Engelsman, Joan Chamberlain
Eranos Lectures
Eranos Yearbooks
Escamilla, Michael
Estés, Clarissa Pinkola
Evans, Ron
Evetts-Secker, Josephine
Fertel, Randy
Fierz, Heinrich-Karl
Fischli, Hans
Foster, Elizabeth Vincent
Fraim, John
Frey-Rohn, Liliane
Gallbach, Marion
Gambini, Roberto
Ganahl, Rainer
Gartner, John & Buser, Steven
Gaudissart, Imelda
Gendlin, Eugene T.
Giegerich, Wolfgang
Giegerich/Miller/Mogenson
Goldstein, Ralph
Grof, Christina
Gudaitė, Grażina & Murray Stein
Guggenbühl, Allan
Guggenbühl-Craig Adolf/Hillman James
Gustafson, Fred
Haft, Yael
Hall, Nor
Hall, Nor / Dawson, Warren R.
Hanh, Thich Nhat
Hannah, Barbara
Hannah, Barbara/von Franz, Marie-Louise
Harris, Bud
Hell, Daniel
Henderson, Joseph L.
Henderson, Robert and Janis
Herzog, Edgar
Hill, John
Hillman, James
Hillman, James/Kerényi, Karl
Hillman, James/Pozzo, Laura
Hillman, James/Sells, Ben
Hogenson, George B.
Hollis, James
Hubback, Judith
Hultkranz, Ake
Hurwitz, Siegmund
IAAP
Jacoby, Mario
Jacoby, Mario / Bischof, Irene
Jaffé, Aniela
Johns, Geoff
Jung, C.G.
Jungian Odyssey Series
Kast, Verena
Kawai, Hayao
Kearney, Michael
Kennedy Emmanuel
Kerényi, Karl
Kirsch, James
Kittelson, Mary Lynn
Klein, Yves
Kluger, Rivkah
Kluger, Yehezkel
Knapp, Bettina
Kugler, Paul
Landau, Arlene Diane
Langley-Dános, Eva
Levenson, Carl
Lewis, Penny
Lindley, Daniel A.
Lockhart, Russell A.
Loomis, Mary E.
López-Pedraza, Rafael
Luke, Helen M.
Lusseyran, Jacques
Maidenbaum, Aryeh/Martin, Stephen
Malamud, René
Mallasz, Gitta
Maram, Eve
Mathes, Charlotte
Maxwell, William
McConeghey, Howard
McGlashan, Alan
McNamee, Gregory
McNeely, Del
Meador, Betty De Shong
Meier, C.A.
Meyer, Ruth
Miller, David L.
Mogenson, Greg
Monick, Eugene
Monte, Cedrus
Moon, Beverly,
Moore, Robert L.
Moore, Thomas
Moses, Johnny
Murdock, Maureen
Nelson, Elizabeth Eowyn
Neumann, Erich
Neumann, Micha
Newton, Lara
Nicolescu, Basarab
Nuñez, Luis Manuel
Olivier, Richard
Olsen, Susan
Ortiz Hill, Michael
Ortiz Hill, Michael /Kandemwa, Augustine
Ottmann, Klaus
Parabola
Paris, Ginette
Pattis Zoja, Eva
Perlman, Michael
Perry, John Weir
Polikoff, Daniel
Psychological Perspectives
Pyle, Howard
Rabinowitz, Jacob
Redfearn, Joseph
Reid, Jane
Reis, Patricia
Reis, Patricia/Snow, Susan
Restany, Pierre
Reutter, Angelika
Rilke, Rainer-Maria
Ritsema/Karcher
Robertson, Seonaid
Rockwood Hudson, Joyce
Rodman, Selden/Cleaver, Carole
Romanyshyn, Robert D.
Ronca, Erna
Roque/Dowd/Tacey
Rosa, Armando Nascimento
Rosen, Steven M.
Ross, Lena B./Roy, Manisha
Rothenberg, Rose-Emily
Rowland, Susan
Rutter, Virginia Beane
Rutter, Virginia Beane & Singer, Thomas
Sanford, John A.
Satprem
Schenk, Ronald
Schierse Leonard, Linda
Schoen, David E.
Schoenl, William
Scholem, Gershom
Schwartz-Salant, Nathan
Schweizer, Andreas / Schweizer-Schweizer-Vüllers, Regine (Eds./H
Sells, Benjamin
Senensky, Sylvia
Serrano, Miguel
Seward, Barbara
Shalit, Erel & Stein, Murray
Shamdasani, Sonu
Shorter, Bani
Shulman, Helene
Singer, Thomas
Skogemann, Pia
Slattery, Dennis Patrick/Corbett, Lionel Ed
Slattery, Dennis Patrick/Slater, Glen
Snider, Clifton
Solie, Pierre
Spengler, Ernst
Spoto, Angelo
Spring Journal
Stanford, W.B.
Stanton, Marlan
Stein, Murray
Stein, Murray/Corbett, Lionel
Stein, Murray/Hollwitz, John
Stein, Robert
Stephenson, Craig
Stern, Arno
Sullivan, Barbara Stevens
Sullivan, Lawrence E.
Swan, Wendy
Tacey, David
Tarnas, Richard
TePaske, Bradley A.
Thoreau, Henry David
Tiberghien, Susan
Tkacz, Virlana
Todd, Peter B.
Ulanov, Ann & Barry
Ulanov, Ann Belford
van der Post, Laurens
van Waveren, Erlo
Ventura, Michael
Vogt, Gregory Max
von Franz / Frey-Rohn / Jaffé
von Franz, Marie-Louise
Watkins, Mary
Watts, Alan
Wertenschlag-Birkhäuser, Eva
Westman, Heinz / Tillich, Paul
Wilmer, Harry
Wolff, Toni
Woolger, Roger
Zarrow, Sheila Dickman
Zoja / Williams
Zoja, Luigi
Parabola 41:1 The Divine Feminine
Parabola 41:1 The Divine Feminine
Printed book: $12.50

Parabola 41:1 Spring 2016

The Divine Feminine

Everybody has to be the hero of their own journey, wrote P.L. Travers in the first issue of Parabola, “The Hero,” published in 1976. The curious name of the magazine was meant to echo “parable,” but also to describe the dynamic arc of a hand-held fishing net when it is flung—the soaring shape of a journey out and home again, enlarged by what it found. The mission was to gather food for seekers—everyday heroes on a journey to discover the meaning and purpose of their lives.

With this Spring 2016 issue, the journey taken by Parabola’s readers and editors has continued for forty years. The world has changed and the challenges have grown steeper, yet the magazine endures, sustained by the conviction that the deep truth we seek is more crucial than ever, and always news.

In recent years, it has become clear that the qualities of a hero have expanded to include the feminine. The Divine Feminine is not strictly related to gender, as Jungian author Marion Woodman and others explain in these pages. This wisdom requires that we learn to ­consciously hold the truth, respecting even difficult or seemingly opposing aspects without fighting—or fleeing or fixing—in a traditionally masculine mode. Sometimes this wisdom is expressed in ­literal holding, as in the case of Amma, the “hugging saint” of India, profiled here. But as Amma explains, wisdom always involves the subtle actions of patience, compassion, and love.

“The feminine is the matrix of creation,” writes Sufi master Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee in this issue. Far from the inert partner of the active masculine, it is “the mystery of the renewal of life,” according to J.M. White, who offers here the earliest images of the Mother. Collectively and individually, we are learning that just as consciousness is not “mine”—not an achievement won in isolation, but shared from a greater source—so the planet itself must be received as a gift, held with compassion, and shared. We must all help. The good news is that the wisdom of the Divine Feminine is here to help us, waiting like water under the earth, an oracle to guide us home.
—Tracy Cochran

Daimon distributes this title only outside the US and Canada.
If you wish to have it shipped to an address in the US or Canada,
please order it directly from the original publisher:
http://www.parabola.org Ship to the rest of the world

Table of Contents

ESSAYS AND CONVERSATIONS

Richard Wagner, Waken, Valkyrie: A call to ancient goddesses

Lillian Firestone, Amma: Ebracing the "hugging saint"

Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Reclaiming the Feminine Mystery of Creation: Honoring our sacred connection to life

Holly Bellebuono, Darkness and the Divine Feminine: Caving, the pineal gland, and the Great Mother

Jenny Koralek, Ave Maria: The arising of Our Lady

Laura Dunn, In the Eye of the Beholder: Contemplating a Tantric goddess

Tamam Kahn, Mothers of Islam: Who were the wives of Muhammad?

Patty de Llosa, Marion Woodman and the Search for the Conscious Feminine: Guidance from an esteemed Jungian teacher

Joan Chittister, OSB, Dorothy Day: A look at the activist nun honored by Pope Francis

Betsy Cornwell, Sister God: There is a way through the woods

Lillian Firestone, A Death on the Rez: A return to Mother Earth

J.M. White, The Stamp of Eternity: The earliest images of the Divine Feminine

Sojourner Truth, A Servant of the Living God: How she quieted an unruly mob

EPICYCLES

Anonymous, Neasa the Ungentle | Irish Mythology: The (medieval) Ulster Cycle. Retold by Betsy Cornwell

Anonymous, The Story of Fish-Basket Kuan-yin | Buddhist. Retold by Margo McLoughlin

POEMS 

Clementine Burnley, Tears at night

Eliot Fintushel (translator), Adoration of the Goddess (Song of Songs, 4)

Carole Frome, How Morning Are

TANGENT

Trebbe Johnson, How Do We Reclaim the Heart of Humanity?: A report on the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions

BOOK REVIEW

George Addie and Joseph Azize, George Adie: A Gurdjieff Student in Australia: reviewed by Jeff Zaleski

ENDPOINT

Country Settings
USA  Canada  English language outside the USA and Canada  Deutschsprachig  Österreich  Schweiz
Quick Find
   Advanced Search
Full text search (in progress)

 
Currencies
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Authors Info
Parabola
Parabola

Show all titles by Parabola

Parabola is published quarterly by the Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition. Each issue includes: * Original articles and interviews on mythology, spiritual practice, religious tradition, literature, popular culture, science, and the arts * Retellings of traditional stories, myths, and fairy tales * Book reviews * Comments on contemporary film, theater, music, art, and events * Artwork ranging from the traditional to the contemporary

(Daimon distributes Parabola only outside America.
On the American continent please order directly from: www.parabola.org.)

Tell A Friend

Tell someone you know about this book.
 
Reviews more
Write ReviewWrite a review on this book!

Except where otherwise indicated, all images and texts Copyright © 2018 Daimon Publishers   -   Hauptstr. 85   -   Am Klosterplatz   -   8840 Einsiedeln   -   Schweiz   -   Tel.: +(41)(55) 412 22 66   -   Email: daimon@daimon.ch