The woman's animus - inner man and body drive
The animus of the woman as a drive in her body stands for the inner man: Is he macho (drive from pain, anger, sense of deficit and striving for power) or hero (drive from love and devotion)?
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The inner male image
The woman's inner man corresponds to her image of masculinity. In the context of the father, this is associated with power, right, authority/dominance or authority/power, whereas in the context of the little brother, it is more associated with the idea that there is someone to look after and to educate or "mother".
Power and self-efficacy or pain body?
If the woman feels listless or driven, then most likely the animus is at play. In its negative form, it drives her through bad emotions. For example, negative bodily experiences with men have formed an inner body of pain that acts as a negative drive from her unconscious.
The woman's animus as a negative drive, pain or death drive
The young woman: fainting or sleeping