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GINETTE PARIS is core faculty and research coordinator in the Mythological Studies Program and Research Coordinator at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is the author of PAGAN MEDITATIONS, PAGAN GRACE, and THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ABORTION. Her forthcoming book DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY AFTER NEUROSCIENCE: WISDOM, PSYCHE, AND THE HUMANITIES will be published by Routledge in July 2007.
Pagan Meditations

PAGAN MEDITATIONS
The Worlds of Aphrodite, Artemis, and Hestia

Paperback original, $22 USD
Revised printing 2017
220 pages
ISBN: 978-0-88214-330-9

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99 USD
ISBN: 978-0-88214-058-2

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology/Feminism

Am I a feminist? Yes, for sure, and this book is my contribution to imaginative feminism. Each goddess is an inspiration for a different feminism, and collectively they teach us about the polytheistic complexity we need to get out of the twentieth century: more complexity and fewer complexes … As a social psychologist, I see archetypal psychology as the best way to prevent dogmatism and ideological violence. It addresses both the meditative interior of each person and the community of culture. From both these domains, the “pagan” goddesses — especially Aphrodite, Artemis, and Hestia — have been excluded for almost two thousand years.
— Ginette Paris

Pagan Grace PAGAN GRACE
Dionysos, Hermes, and Goddess Memory in Daily Life

Paperback original, $20 USD
160 pages
ISBN: 978-0-88214-342-2

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99 USD
ISBN: 978-0-88214-048-3

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology/Feminism

With this book, Ginette Paris continues the work of PAGAN MEDITATIONS in reviving individual, cultural, and social life by reawakening their archetypal roots.
Psychology of Abortion THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ABORTION

Paperback original, $18 USD
72 pages, second edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-560-0

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology/Feminism

Issues of life and death, love and responsibility are at the core of every religion. That is why the English translation of this book was originally published with the title THE SACRAMENT OF ABORTION, as it shows that the decision to abort may also spring from a religious feeling that it is the “right” thing to do, both physically and spiritually: “Abortion is about love, life, and death.”