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Every man longs to know his masculinity - yearns to touch the core of his maleness. This is the quest that all men undertake. Yet, why is this quest usually so fruitless? Why are true creativity, excitement and fulfilment lacking in so many men’s lives today? In this book, Theun Mares shows that the knowledge of what it means to be male has been partly lost, and partly distorted through myth and social conditioning. The Quest for Maleness explodes many of the myths surrounding masculinity. It traces a new map for men to understand themselves, their deepest fears and longings, and it provides the tools to enable them to unfold their full potential. Revealing the real nature of male sexuality, Theun shows how men can access this in order to regain their hidden power and creativity.
Topics include: How to access true creativity. The nature and purpose of sexual energy. Understanding and unfolding your masculine potential. Getting to grips with gender. The place of role models. The effects in men’s lives of over-dominant mothers and weak fathers. Companionship versus competition amongst males. Exposing the truths behind myths of maleness.
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Where have all the heroes gone? Men today feel increasingly weak and impotent as women challenge them in every field. What can men do about this? Are they headed for total emasculation? Or are we facing the battle of the sexes? Revealing the true nature of masculinity, Toltec seer Theun Mares shows men how to get back in touch with the essential core of their maleness -- a core that is nothing less than the mysterious, magical and untapped power of creativity. This is both a message of hope and a guidebook for every man who wants to find his way as a male and walk tall in the world today.
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Book Description Lionheart Pub, 1999. Condition: Brand New. New. Seller Inventory # A57650
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # SX-1919792074