Patricia Rice "Daughters of Saturn. The path from daddy's daughter to a creative woman"

Patricia Rice "Daughters of Saturn. The path from daddy's daughter to a creative woman"

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In Daughters of Saturn, Patricia Rice explores how the relationship between father and daughter influences a woman's creative life. Starting from the myth of Saturn - the archetypal devouring and melancholic father - she compares the stories of Saturn's mythological daughters - the goddesses Hestia, Demeter, Hera and Aphrodite - with four modern writers - Emily Dickinson, Hilda Doolittle, Sylvia Plath and Anais Nin.

Drawing on myths, dreams and stories from the lives of modern women Rice
creates a map, laying out the route of the path that has to be taken
women if they dare to leave the realm of fathers and patriarchal culture to explore their creative potential in a free and authentic manner. The journey begins from the Womb of the Father through the First Gate of Awakening.
Rice marks the paths leading to the Wild Territory, a place that does not obey the laws of his father. The knowledge and wisdom gained there opens up new possibilities for a woman, and when she returns, she can contribute to society through creativity, inspiring other women to awaken. Thus, Reis developed a model for developing a woman's creative autonomy that involves four challenges: leaving the authority of a personal father, overcoming societal expectations, gaining independence and support among other women, and finally developing self-confidence and a unique voice.

Patricia Rice received a BA in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin, an MA in Art and Design from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a graduate degree in Depth Psychology from the Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. Her research focuses on how creativity, depth psychology, and the natural world influence women's spiritual lives.
She currently lives in Portland, Maine, where she is active in the Writers and Publishers Alliance and maintains a private practice of psychotherapy for women. Rice is the author of six books and numerous essays. She received a gold medal from Independent Press Publishers for her autobiographical work, Maternal Lines: Love, Longing and Liberation .
www.patriciareis.net