The way to maintain one's connection to the wild is to ask yourself what it is that you want.- Clarissa Pinkola Estes

'Black sunday' 2013 Black Sunday uncovers the unsettling and beautiful similarity between wild women and wolves, both relational by nature and intensely.

This is how to grow old in style

A Chat With Karen Walker's New Campaign Stars Ilona Royce Smithkin and Linda Rodin - Fashionista

“The real miracle of individuation and reclamation of the Wild Woman is that we all begin the process before we are ready, before we are strong enough, before we know enough; we begin a dialogue with thoughts and feelings that both tickle and thunder within us. We respond before we know how to speak the language, before we know all the answers, and before we know exactly to whom we are speaking.”    ~Clarissa Pinkola Estes

“The real miracle of individuation and reclamation of the Wild Woman is that we…

Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes leads us past the gates of the conscious mind to discover the unmothered child within. Along the way, this gifted storyteller and Jungian psychoanalyst instructs us about the psychology of abandonment in childhood, how it affects us in later life, and its curiously special gifts and powers. ~4/30/12

Warming the Stone Child: Myths and Stories about Abandonment and the Unmothered Child/Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Children's books illustrated by Kinuko Y. Craft - folktale told by Clarissa Pinkola Estes also - adult version.

I love this Russian tale . Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Brave: Marianna Mayer, Kinuko Y.

"Skeleton Woman saw the tear glisten in the firelight and she became suddenly soooo thirsty. She tinkled and clanked and crawled over to the sleeping man and put her mouth to his tear. The single tear was like a river and she drank and drank and drank until her many-years-long thirst was slaked." - Skeleton Woman, as told by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

"Skeleton Woman saw the tear glisten in the firelight and she became suddenly soooo thirsty. She tinkled and clanked and crawled over to the sleeping man and put her mouth to his tear. The single tear was like a river and she drank and drank and drank until her many-years-long thirst was slaked." - Skeleton Woman, as told by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Entering the terrain of wisdom occurs at any age. We sometimes step, sometimes stumble, and other times we are pulled into the territory of the Crone when the need for a deeper, larger understanding of our most meaningful path can no longer be denied—when the gifts hidden in our challenges must be brought forth. -Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

"Mok Soh" by Abe Less. What a lovely portrait of her. Really shows the beauty in her features.

Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes / Dear Brave Souls: Just for now, this: a very good bar to strive toward ...

Clarissa Pinkola Estes / Dear Brave Souls: Just for now, this: a very good bar to strive toward .

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