The Warrior Goddess Way

The Warrior Goddess Way

Claiming the Woman You Are Destined to Be

eBook - 2016
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Learn the Way of the Warrior Goddess Since its publication a short time ago, HeatherAsh Amara's Warrior Goddess Training has become much more than just a book-its ten lessons have inspired thousands of women around the world to reclaim their power, their passion, and their freedom. In this much anticipated follow-up, The Warrior Goddess Way, Amara goes deeper, revealing three additional pillars of Warrior Goddess living that readers can apply to travel further down this sacred path: Wisdom, Authenticity, and Yes!Wisdom arises naturally when we learn to listen. Not to the voices in our head, but the voices in our cells, our natural discernment, and our creative knowing. Authenticity is embracing your vulnerability, your silliness, and owning all your superpowers. It's accepting and loving what is, not what "should be. "Yes! is about celebrating everything. All the time. (Even your greatest defeats.)In exploring these three pillars, Amara delves into topics such as forgiveness, relationships, and finding your inner stillness. You will learn the art of maintaining emotional balance, cultivating self-respect, practicing heartfelt communication, and the power of consciously embracing life's beginnings and endings. Like Warrior Goddess Training, this book is packed full of exercises and explorations designed to help you integrate the Warrior Goddess Way into your everyday life. You CAN learn to enjoy everything you do. Your potential for dancing through life is waiting to be awakened. Live the Warrior Goddess Way and claim the woman you are destined to be.
Publisher: [United States] : Hierophant Publishing, 2016
ISBN: 9781938289583
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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Sep 13, 2017

This book was ok in terms of having some exercises for awareness and starting to peel off the layers of assumptions/cultural programming we acquire.
With the phrase "Warrior Woman", I was expecting a very different focus. I was expecting discussion on experiences women go through (menstruation, sexual maturity, pregnancy, menopause, etc) but it was lacking anything on these. Also didn't find much discussion on the warrior term and how to map being a woman to a warrior (which I truly believe we can all be).

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