Grow -- The Modern Woman's Handbook: How to Connect to Self, Lovers, and Others

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Hay House, 2004 - Self-Help - 325 pages
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Learning to juggle your career and relationships, while living a healthy, fulfilled life, has created a whole new set of circumstances that are unique to the modern woman. At the same time we are living in a world that needs the balance of feminine energy at its most powerful to create a sustainable, positive future for humankind.Lynne Franks's new book, GROW, is aimed at women of all ages, who wish to get back in touch with their feminine centre, where they remember how to connect, firstly with themselves and the divine; secondly with their families and loved ones, and thirdly with their local and global communities. It is an encyclopaedic examination of all of the issues that face a woman of the 21st century, including health and wellbeing, spirituality, career, relationship, sexuality, family, community and social change.GROW, based on the colourful format of the author's previous bestselling book, The SEED Handbook, contains fun exercises, stories, and guidance to take its reader through a ten-part programme. Throughout the book Lynne tells her personal story. GROW will enable each reader to reach the Gorgeous Real Original Woman inside and help her to find her life's purpose, happiness, and joy.

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Contents

CONNECTING WITH SELF
9
Your Body Is Your Temple
35
Celebrating the Sacred Feminine
73
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Lynne Franks, businesswoman and author, described by the world's media as PR guru and visionary, is an acclaimed international spokesperson and teacher on the changes in today's and tomorrow's world - both for the individual as well as society at large. Her own experiences as successful career woman, single mother and spiritual seeker, together with her recognised "zeitgeist" gifts, have given her considerable insight into the way forward for the modern woman

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