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In Praise Of Lilith, Eve And The Serpent In The Garden Of Eden And Other Stories

In Praise Of Lilith, Eve And The Serpent In The Garden Of Eden And Other Stories

Susan Scott
4.4/5 (13 ratings)
This collection of essays is comprised of powerful and compelling stories in which the author deftly shows how the seemingly mundane contains the sacred within. In this perceptive and illuminating work, the author relates five personal stories which have universal appeal as well as two further essays which provide a fascinating insight into Dreams and the ancient creation myth. * Weeding and creating a secret garden is analogous to clearing one s psyche of unwanted dead wood allowing for creative energy to flow. * The simple act of picking up rubbish on the beach leads to an understanding and valuing of the concept of Duty. * The synchronicities surrounding the death of the author s mother, highlighting the reality and value of synchronicity. * Summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa was both an inward and outward journey. *The value of opposites within us both a Mother Theresa and Medusa - and the necessity of balancing these extremes . *The value of Dreams as an integral part of our daily living.. *How the Creation myth of Lilith, Eve and the serpent in the Garden of Eden is relevant in today s world and illustrates the necessity of leaving Paradise.
Language
English
Pages
197
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Olympia Publishers
Release
November 16, 2009
ISBN
1848970234
ISBN 13
9781848970236

In Praise Of Lilith, Eve And The Serpent In The Garden Of Eden And Other Stories

Susan Scott
4.4/5 (13 ratings)
This collection of essays is comprised of powerful and compelling stories in which the author deftly shows how the seemingly mundane contains the sacred within. In this perceptive and illuminating work, the author relates five personal stories which have universal appeal as well as two further essays which provide a fascinating insight into Dreams and the ancient creation myth. * Weeding and creating a secret garden is analogous to clearing one s psyche of unwanted dead wood allowing for creative energy to flow. * The simple act of picking up rubbish on the beach leads to an understanding and valuing of the concept of Duty. * The synchronicities surrounding the death of the author s mother, highlighting the reality and value of synchronicity. * Summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa was both an inward and outward journey. *The value of opposites within us both a Mother Theresa and Medusa - and the necessity of balancing these extremes . *The value of Dreams as an integral part of our daily living.. *How the Creation myth of Lilith, Eve and the serpent in the Garden of Eden is relevant in today s world and illustrates the necessity of leaving Paradise.
Language
English
Pages
197
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Olympia Publishers
Release
November 16, 2009
ISBN
1848970234
ISBN 13
9781848970236

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