Circle of Stones: Woman's Journey to Herself

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New World Library, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 122 pages
This is the tenth anniversary edition of the classic best seller for women seeking their sacred connections. Long ago before the patriarchal period, in many places on Earth, the Goddess was worshipped. Circle of Stones draws us into a meditative experience of the lost Feminine and creates a space for us to consider our present lives from the eyes of women's ancient culture and ritual. Incorporating the most ancient symbol of spirituality ? the circle of stones ? Duerk weaves stories, dreams, and visions of women to lead each reader into a personal yet archetypal journey, posing the reflective question, "How might your life have been different if . . . ?"

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I first read this book when I was starting to get over struggling with my childhood religion. All growing up I found myself lost and disconnected from anything spiritual despite my religious ... Read full review

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Make sure you get the most updated version. I got the older version by mistake and had to borrow the newer version from a friend. It is an excellent resource for women's retreats. Read full review

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Judith Duerk
Contributor residences (Montgomery County, MD in suburban Washington, DC):
Judith Duerk graduated from The Julliard School, and did postgraduate work at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and at Indiana University. She has advanced degrees in psychotherapy and music therapy, and leads women's workshops and retreats around the globe.

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