HOUSTON, March 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- "I wanted to find a common thread that brought us all together."
She sought to find out answers to so many questions. Loris focused on women for answers, "seeking out those hidden traits that women surely held deep in their bosoms the womanly forces that must hold the key to inner liberation and world peace."
But she realized as she searched for what noted psychologist Carl Jung coined as the feminine, she wasn't looking to focus on gender. The feminine is something inside each of us men and women and Loris went on to interview dozens of male and female experts, authors, professors, and psychoanalysts. She narrowed her attention to the six primary areas that consume or influence us most: the media, the body, men, relationships, the workforce and religion.
Ensoulment is an encounter with a younger filmmaker struggling to explain the feminine, in accordance with psychologist Carl Jung's theories. She interviews authors and leaders, including Dr. James Hollis, Dr. Abigail Disney, Rev. Dr. Serene Jones, and Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling, amongst others, to broaden her perspective about what the feminine is and how it takes place in Western culture. What starts out as an attempt to make a film, ends in a search of meaning, belonging and the path back to her true self.
Loris makes some strong, insightful conclusions, including these points:
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SOURCE Loris Simon Salum
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