The Wounding and Healing of Men
Saturn was the infamous Roman god who ate his children in an attempt to stop them from usurping his power. Men throughout history have been psychologically and spiritually burdened by the Saturnian legacy, suffering from the corruption of empowerment, driven by their fear of women and other men, wounding themselves and others.
In Under Saturn's Shadow, James Hollis addresses these issues and more, suggesting practical ways in which men may reclaim their sense of personal integrity.
Women as well as men will find this book well worth reading, not only for its relevation and elucidation of the "secrets" men carry in their hearts, but also for its rich perspective on what we all must do to free ourselves from the worst influences of patriarchy.