The Seven Sacred Rites of Menopause: The Spiritual Journey to the Wise-Woman Years

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Santa Monica Press, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 141 pages
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The vast majority of books on menopause do not address what every transitional woman instinctively knows: menopause is much more than just a list of physical ailments; it is a spiritual journey. This book outlines the seven rituals, or stepping stones, that a woman moves through on her menopause voyage, marking her way through midlife. These stepping stones lead her from the childbearing years to the wise-woman years and draw her attention to her changing body. More importantly, they draw attention to a woman's changing spirit. Also included is information on the latest holistic remedies and traditional treatments for menopausal symptoms.

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Kristi Meisenbach Boylan, author of bothThe Seven Sacred Rites of Menopause andThe Seven Sacred Rites of Menarche is the former publisher ofThe Parent Track magazine. She began writing about women's issues and the relationship between spiritual growth and fluctuating hormones after her own menopausal transformation, resulting in the widely praisedThe Seven Sacred Rites of Menopause. ForThe Seven Sacred Rites of Menarche, Meisenbach Boylan drew upon her experiences as the mother of a twelve-year-old girl. She lives in Richardson, Texas.

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