Saturday, July 7, 2018

Dream of Love - New Publication

Just Published by Genoa House

Dream of Love
by K.S. Jironet

Randall and Hana have both hit a personal crisis. A chance meeting on a sunny morning in India is about to change their lives. After a passionate encounter in Rome, they find themselves entwined, yet apart. Visions, insights and twists of fate collude as they walk a fine line between dream and reality. Playing out across three continents, Dream of Love delves deeply into the mysteries of relationship and its meaning. This is a story of how they transcend their demons in the name of love.

Love is forever vulnerable and helpless, and love is our destiny. Karin Jironet takes us with firm hands into this tangled web of mystery. A powerful and moving novel of passion and its meaning. –Murray Stein, author of Outside Inside and All Around.

Jironet enthralls readers with her engaging love story by weaving a stunningly rich tapestry of love, leadership, philosophy, and meaningfulness–a book you will not only enjoy reading but also learn from. –Joyce Gioia, Vice Chair, Association of Professional Futurists & CEO, The Herman Group of Companies, USA.

About the Author
Dr. Karin Jironet is a theologian and psychoanalyst. She works as strategic advisor to the Board of Management of large organizations in the field of leadership and organizational transformation. She is an internationally published author.

Title: Dream of Love
Authors: K. S. Jironet
Paperback: 188 pages
Condition: New
Edition: First
Publisher: Genoa House (June 1, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1926975154
ISBN-13: 9781926975153

Monday, April 10, 2017

Movement of the Moon: Reflections of the Feminine

Just Published by Genoa House

Movement of the Moon: Reflections of the Feminine

by Elizabeth Clark-Stern & Lindsey Rosen

This exploration of the feminine begins with a play, the story of Camille Claudel: the Maiden, the Woman, the Crone. Best known to the world as the muse and lover of Auguste Rodin, she was a gifted artist in her own right who created sculptures of deep, sensual spirituality. The relationships in her family proved crucial to Camille’s psychological development as she moved between the opposing forces of love and betrayal. Even as she struggled with madness, she found a home for her soul in her beloved creations. From here, we move to prose and poetic evocations of many essential themes of the feminine: motherhood, daughterhood, love, loss, experiences unique to the feminine body, experiences that transcend ordinary consciousness into the world of symbols and dreams.

About the Authors

Elizabeth Clark-Stern is a psychotherapist, screenwriter, actor, and playwright. Her produced teleplays include All I Could See From Where I Stood, Help Wanted, and the documentary Home From the Eastern Sea. In 2007 her play, Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung, was performed at the International Jungian Congress in Cape Town. In 2013, On the Doorstep of the Castle: The Story of Teresa of Avila and Alma de Leon was performed at the Copenhagen Jungian Congress. Her play Timeless Night: Viktor Frankl Meets Edith Stein premiered in Seattle in 2014. Elizabeth has also revived her first career in the arts, acting in the roles of Toni Wolff, Teresa of Avila, Edith Stein, and the Crone Camille Claudel.

Lindsey Rosen is a psychotherapist, dance/movement therapist, performance artist, yoga teacher, writer and mother. She acted, danced and choreographed the role of Alma in Elizabeth Clark-Stern’s play On the Doorstep of the Castle, presented at the International Association of Analytical Psychology Congress in Copenhagen in 2013. She has co-written/directed and choreographed The Movement of the Moon- Camille Claudel: Life Phases of the Feminine in Art, Madness, and Love, acting and dancing the role of adult Camille Claudel alongside her daughter in the role of Maiden Camille. She has a private practice in Seattle, pursues training in sandplay therapy and leads workshops for Mothers and Adolescent Daughters integrating the body, myth and feminine psychology.

Front cover image is from an original painting by Susan Bostrom-Wong

Title: The Movement of the Moon: Reflections of the Feminine
Authors: Elizabeth Clark-Stern and Lindsey Rosen
Paperback: 174 pages
Condition: New
Edition: First
Publisher: Genoa House (April 10, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1926975146
ISBN-13: 9781926975146