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A Manifesto for Women Everywhere

Large Print - 2017
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Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. :, Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning,, 2017
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781432840327
1432840320
Branch Call Number: LP 646.70082 And
Characteristics: 489 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Nadel, Jennifer

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NadiaHathor
Sep 17, 2019

This book ROCKED my World in the most Inspiring, Uplifting and Powerful way!! Gillian and Jennifer performed an invaluable & exquisite service in Writing this resource for Women. And that's what it is a resource, a rudder for steering your Healing, Loving yourself, growing into the best possible version of who you're meant to be in a tangible and rigorous manner. For those who haven't yet committed to a Healing Path, the Authors straightforward and concise methodology enables you to engage in a way which will benefit you immediately with application and tenacity. The 9 Principles are accompanied by the personal and unguarded experiences of the Authors and include actions and affirmations which aid you in embodying the Principles from a place of Empowerment. And it all begins with the Essentials; Gratitude for everything, Gentleness for ourselves, Responsibility for our care, and Meditation to create safe & sacred space, as a starting point and foundation upon which the Principles get built. We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere should be compulsory reading for every Woman, regardless of age! It has become my rallying cry and beacon of Hope in these times where every moment seems to bring another blow to the Feminine Spirit! Luminous in every way and perfectly timed!!!

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NadiaHathor
Sep 17, 2019

"This is not a manifesto in the traditional sense of the word. It's a rallying cry to commit to a new way of life: one that is based on spiritual Principles. It's a call to apply the tools we've now learned to every aspect of our lives: at home, at work, in the polling booth. To let them govern how we live, how we do business, how we raise our families, how we deal with our neighbors. It's a call to a values-led existence that puts love at its center. One that refuses to discriminate on the basis of race, class, creed, or gender. It's a call for love to become a way of life. To let it dictate our choices, our actions, and our interactions. This manifesto will take commitment on your part. It will mean practicing these Principles on a daily basis. Like swimmers in deep water, we have to keep moving in order to stay afloat. Any time we stop using them, we'll start to slip back into old patterns of criticism, competition, and judgment."
Part 3, pgs 294-295

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