The Masculine Eros Ebook
by Robert B. Snellgrove, LCSW
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About the Ebook
Fortunately, we will not be asked to take this journey alone, for we will be accompanied by the god of love and desire, Eros, with his enthusiasm for life, appreciation of beauty, and his delicious pinch of naughtiness. And, as we become more acquainted with our new companion, we will learn of his masculine qualities; qualities necessary if we are to heal ourselves and our planet.
Utilizing the evolving images of photographer Gary Laird, with their embodiment of the masculine, an energy always relevant to both men and woman, you will be asked to take your own journey, for this is not a passive read. You will be asked to walk through your purification, to explore the labyrinth of your psyche, and to honestly look in the mirror.
The journey toward wholeness is never easy, it takes courage. It is difficult to explore the cracks and crevasses of our own psyches. If you choose to join us, to set sail to an unknown land, may you return home reborn into a more authentic Self - possessing a heart of gold.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Self-Improvement
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 210 pgs
- Publish Date: Sep 28, 2018
- Last Edit Sep 17, 2022
- Language English
- Keywords Eros, masculine, Jung, alchemy, male-photography
About the Creator
Robert Snellgrove, LCSW received a Master of Social Work in clinical practice from the University of Houston and an undergraduate degree in Architecture from Texas Tech University. In his private practice as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist of 25 years, Robert approaches healing from a Jungian perspective, utilizing a blend of myth, storytelling, visual arts, theater, advocacy and empowerment to guide clients on their own unique life's journey. He is also on the faculty of the Jung Center in Houston. His style is known as warm, humorous and always radically human. Embracing his positive masculine, as a lifelong political and social activist, participating in numerous human rights movements both locally and nationally he has always been an advocate for the disenfranchised. His academic paper on the largely undocumented history of the LGBTQ movement in Houston has been referenced by nationally published historians. He currently resides with his loving spouse of 21 years, Tony