A Pathway to Union: The Marriage of the Feminine (Heart) and Masculine (Mind) in the Twenty-First Century

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iUniverse, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 220 pages
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Reunite your feminine and masculine selves and create personal and global transformation

A Pathway to Union challenges a five-thousand-year old masculine-dominant belief system, which fosters division, separation, and death and offers an in-depth look at a new, balanced feminine and masculine perspective that promotes wholeness, interconnectedness, and respect for life. Learn how you can facilitate this evolutionary transition by observing, tapping into, and trusting the data streaming from your feelings (heart/feminine), thoughts (mind/masculine) and the physical body. In this transformative step-by-step guide you will:

  • See how the masculine qualities of action, leadership, and thinking must always contain the feminine characteristics of compassion, creativity, and feeling.
  • Probe the benefits of setting healthy boundaries, utilizing left- and right-brain functions, living in the present, and much more.
  • Discover your invaluable worth and the contribution personal transformation makes to humanity's collective shift.
  • Raise your awareness through practical, supportive exercises, and narrative stories.

Marrying the feminine (heart) and masculine (mind) requires a radical shift in consciousness.
A Pathway to Union serves as a blueprint to awaken, and explore what it means to fully integrate feminine and masculine attributes into your life in the twenty-first century.

 

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Contents

Her Story and His Story
16
The Five Major Initiations
27
Modern History and Science
39
The Force Centers Seven Rays and Rainbow Bridge
51
The Tools for Becoming the Pathway
69
Working Through Feelings
84
Setting Healthy Boundaries
99
Moving Through Judgment to Discernment
111
Utilizing Right and LeftBrain Functions
123
Integrating the Conscious and Unconscious Mind
134
Living in the Now
145
Transforming Your Stories
161
Conclusion
177
Endnotes
185
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About the author (2010)

Ariana Khent earned an M.A. in Counseling and her background includes twenty-five years of experience as a therapist and seminar facilitator. She is the co-author of Journey Into Wholeness. Carol Wayne has an M.A. in Psychology. In her role as a mental health counselor, she worked with Special Education students and youth offenders. She lives with her husband and three children.

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