Oshun’s Calabash

This short travel memoir shares the author’s personal encounter with the African Soul dwelling within; awakened through the movement of Afro-Cuban Folkloric dance, and in doing so, raising a new consciousness of the meaning of home and reclaiming a sense of belonging.

Unearthing the Feminine

Personal story to inspire embracing the feminine energy of creativity, self-love, and community through stories and images from the unconscious to open your own psyche to the possibilities that dwell within you.

Seeing in the Dark is a collection of work by an intimate colloquy of Black women depth psychologists who apply the principles of the discipline in a variety of professional and community contexts. The book contributes to a body of depth psychological literature of interest to professionals and students in the field, as well as accessible to a general readership seeking an understanding and appreciation of the archetypal symbols alive in the personal and collective cultural unconscious. The diverse voices put forth in this premier publication affect our individual and social lives in relevant and groundbreaking ways. Edited by Sharon P. Johnson, PhD.

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