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A feminine manifesta

Author: Elizabeth Hills; Karen Hudson
Publisher: Carmel, CA : Goddess to Goddess Presents, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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An exploration of how women have inadvertently disempowered and sabotaged themselves by being their own worst critics. On a broader scale the book speaks to how women s collective self-denigration as a gender has not only diluted our influence in a world in desperate need of our social, spiritual and political contributions, but has also prevented us from uniting in ways that would benefit the entire planet. In  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Hills; Karen Hudson
ISBN: 9780615354330 0615354335
OCLC Number: 617495153
Description: 147 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: The birth of a feminine manifesta --
The plight of women in the 21st century --
Introduction to the feminine --
Self love : why we don't love ourselves enough and why we should --
The feminine practices. Practice #1, Awareness : be aware of your thoughts ; Practice #2, Acceptance : be accepting of yourself and others ; Practice #3, Appreciation : be appreciative of who you are and what you have --
Closing remarks. The vision : the Feminine Movement ; Declaration of intention.
Responsibility: Lily Hills, Karen Hudson.

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An exploration of how women have inadvertently disempowered and sabotaged themselves by being their own worst critics. On a broader scale the book speaks to how women s collective self-denigration as a gender has not only diluted our influence in a world in desperate need of our social, spiritual and political contributions, but has also prevented us from uniting in ways that would benefit the entire planet. In order to support women in accessing the very best of who they are, their confident, joyous, wise and courageous selves, the book offers women three simple steps that will allow them to reduce the optional stress in their lives as they step into their strongest selves and access the joy that is their birthright.

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