Imagine a Woman in Love with Herself: Embracing Your Wisdom and Wholeness
In this text, Patricia Lynn Reilly invites women to look upon themselves and their own lives with loving kindness. Reilly explores 20 self-affirming qualities that encourage women to be the authors of their own lives, to name their own gods, and to grow in knowledge and love themselves.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Conari Press
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A book about loving yourself deeply and appreciated who you are PAST, present and future. I enjoyed the powerful concepts in the book. The author did a great job directing women in gaining self awareness through guided meditations regarding the particular topic of wholeness as a women and self acceptance. With that said, I must also mention that the book is a bit difficult to get through for me because the tone in which she takes the reader into these emotionally charged topics was a little more...more
This is a beautiful and inspiring book which reminds girls, adolescents, and women the ways we often forget, or choose to forget that we are able to and absolutely should spend time and energy truly loving every part of ourselves each day. After all, with out self respect and love, how can we provide others with the proper nurture and support they require from us? Patricia Lynn Reilly really inspired me to "embrace my own wisdom and wholeness" in order to improve my emotional state of mind and i...more
I love Patricia Lynn Reilly and have been "currently reading" this book for years. It is based on a poem PLR wrote with 20 stanzas addressing a woman's journey of healing, finding spirituality, wholeness, sensuality, empowerment and joy. I LOVE THIS BOOK and turn to it when I need to. There are brilliant exercises (guided meditations, brainstorming on whether people in your life are drainers or fuelers of energy and more) that have helped me lift the curtain on dark times. Thank you, PLR. I am s...more
This was given to me as a gift and I thought - come on what IS this?! Then and i started to read it and I really digged this book. I found it be quite inspiring. Maybe I'm just a sap for this kind of stuff but, who cares - it was a nice read.