The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology

The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology

Robert A. Johnson


it's very harmful while a wound is so universal in a tradition that barely an individual understands there's a challenge. Such is the case straight away with our wounded feeling functionality- our lack of ability to discover pleasure, worthy, and that means in existence. Robert A. Johnson, the distinguished writer of 'He, She', and 'We', revisits medieval stories and illuminates how this sense functionality has turn into a casualty of our glossy times.

Johnson tells the tale of the Wounded Fisher King from the Grail fable to demonstrate the anxiousness and loneliness that plague males. From the folktale of the Handless Maiden, he explains the very various frustrations of ladies and describes how those disparities within the means we undergo account for far of the strain and miscommunication among women and men. His insightful research indicates that those tales, created centuries in the past, are much more suitable today.

Robert A. Johnson, a famous lecturer and Jungian analyst, can be the writer of 'He, She, We, internal paintings, Ecstasy, Transformation', and 'Owning your individual Shadow'.

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