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When you were young, your friends were the ones who lived closest to you or were in your classes. And these were great friends to have.

But part of growing in to your skin is finding like-minded people: friends who you can be your unique self around, friends who support each other, have similar interests, see the world in similar ways or at least allow and encourage your way of seeing.

Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PhD, Jungian analyst in Women Who Run with the Wolves speaks of the Wild Woman Archetype …

‘means to establish territory, to find one’s pack, to be in one’s body with certainty and pride regardless of the body’s gifts and limitations, to speak and act in one’s behalf, to be aware, alert, to draw on the innate feminine powers of intuition and sensing, to come into one’s cycles, to find what one belongs to, to rise with dignity, to retain as much consciousness as possible.’

Find Your Wolf Pack.com will be an electronic means of connecting locally.

Forums, women’s circles, events … a virtual way to connect locally with people who inspire you.

I am looking for a couple of women to help me with this project.

Is it calling you?

If so, please e-mail me at: karenleemacg@comcast.net In your e-mail, please briefly describe what about this interests you, your background and what your specific interests/areas of expertise are: finance, marketing, technical, etc.

http://www.findawomenscircle.com/

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