The Fashioning of Angels: Partnership as Spiritual Practice

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“The fashioning of angels” is a metaphor derived from the eighteenth-century visionary Emanuel Swedenborg, who wrote that lovers in heaven are perceived as one luminous being, a single angel with two aspects.

Stephen and Robin Larsen explore man-woman relationships, questing for the answer to the timeless question, “What do couples really want?”

The Larsens look to ancient wisdom–the realm of mythology–to solve the relationship riddle. Story-telling artists, they underline the powerful messages in the myths, folk-, and fairytales they relate, stories that help heal wounds and gender wars. Experiential exercises the Larsen’s have developed deepen couples’ spiritual bonds.

Readers “eavesdrop” on issues in the Larsen’s 35-year marriage; their dialogues about their own relating process bring passion and intimacy to the book.

Book Details

Author/Translator : Larsen, Stephen and Robin

Publisher : Chrysalis Books

Publication Date : 2000 Robin Larsen and Stephen Larsen

Dimensions : 7 x 1 x 10

Language : English

ISBN-10 : 0-87785-390-8

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