The Female Power Within: A Guide to Living a Gentler, More Meaningful Life
'The female power within' outlines a step-by-step process for coming to know yourself intimately and deeply and encourages you to rediscover the perceptions, patterns, pleasures, and power of being female by moving beyond your foremothers and beyond the lives of men as well. Women today are so busy that we often don't even have time to ask ourselves, 'Is this what I want to be doing? Am I happy in my life? Is this it?' Hundreds of original 'Uncoverings' and reflective questions will help you see how you've been measuring yourself by 'scorecards' that don't make sense for you and to get so clear that the life you want begins to flow toward you. Many women describe the process as nothing short of miraculous as you embrace what comes naturally, what brings you pleasure, what you already do with ease, what you enjoy and what is fun. Graman and Walsh bring more than 50 years of experience to their guidebook for women who are quietly yearning to express a softer, more tender side in their lives. The world, they say, is thirsty for our female power, likening it to an peaceful energy source that has been dimmed too long.
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Understanding Your Power
Enjoying What Comes Naturally
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