Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body and Soul (Prose Poetry and Meditations, Affirmations)

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Mango Media, 2024 - Self-Help - 280 pages
Strengthen Your Worth and Power as a Women

Guidance, enlightenment and truth on every page. From the writings of Marion Woodman and the mind of Jill Mellick, this book is a combination of moving words and beautiful artwork. In her previous landmark works such as Addiction to Perfection, Woodman captured the attention of half a million readers who found sustenance in the feminine wisdom she had to offer. By integrating Woodman's words into prose poems, Mellick adds an additional layer of inspiration.

Connect with your feminine essence. The driving force behind this book is the beauty and significance of the feminine essence. Through quotes and stunning watercolors, readers are offered sacred reminders of our worth and power as women. By carefully selecting excerpts from Woodman's works, Mellick has crafted a book for women everywhere, guaranteed to speak to the soul.

Daily meditation practice. We could all benefit by taking a moment each day to pause and reflect. Women, especially, often find themselves caught up in a number of roles and tasks that they strive to fill and complete. This book is a resting place, away from the chaos. It is a chance to check in with your body and mind and gain a higher vision for the day ahead.

Read Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body and Soul and discover...

  • 365 core teachings from the works of Marion Woodman
  • Beautiful translucent watercolor paintings
  • Inspiring and enlightening prose poems

Readers of other inspirational books for women such as Wild Mercy, That's What She Said, or Beautifully Said will love Coming Home to Myself.

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About the author (2024)

Marion Woodman was born Marion Jean Boa in London, Ontario, Canada on August 15, 1928. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario. She worked as a high school English and drama teacher for more than 20 years. In the early 1970s, she moved from Ontario to England with her husband. While there, she entered analysis with Dr. E. A. Bennett. That experience drew Woodman to the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich, where she completed training in 1979. She became a psychoanalyst and set up practice back in London, Ontario. She wrote numerous books including Addiction to Perfection, The Pregnant Virgin, Bone: Dying Into Life, and The Maiden King: The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine written with Robert Bly. Woodman died on July 9, 2018 at the age of 89.

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