Mother Earth calls her daughters ... do you hear her song?
Stemming from shamanic teachings, the traditions of the first peoples and ritual arts, this oracle, co-created by Catherine Maillard and the painter Caroline Maniere, offers you the Women's Medicine Way: discover the archetypes of the divine feminine, and the symbols of their indomitable strength, your gifts, your allies, and your powers, to restore the consciousness of the Great Goddess, and awaken you to the wisdom of Mother Earth.
By venturing on this initiatory path, you will be able to explore your essence, reveal your talents, radiate your power, and manifest the great Dream of Pachamama.
Women's circles, red tents, the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, the magic of menstrual cycles, the return to sacred sexuality … In these times of great change, women are gathering in the desire of sisterhood, intending to reconnect with their true essence, reawaken their life force … and change the world.
Women are moving on the path from healing wounds to awakening the sacred feminine. More and more women are joining circles dedicated to them on issues such as maternity, ancestral wisdom and sexuality. Across the world, feminist activism continues, but a new underground women's movement is on the horizon, aligned with the values connected to women's true nature, and of awakening to a new awareness.
In our era of deep change, the Awakening the Feminine collection aims to showcase female authors who are the leaders of this movement: facilitators of women's circles, founders of red tents, teachers of ancestral wisdom, menstrual cycle psychotherapists, art therapists and masters in the art of rituals, artists committed to the cause. At the crossroads of these fields - psychological, shamanic, spiritual and practical - this collection advances an international vision, and opens up singular and innovating possibilities for a world in which women may live more aligned with their deep nature.
Published: Nov/22 (AU/NZ), Nov/22 (US), Nov/22 (UK)
Extent: 192 pages