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Be Full Of Yourself: The Journey From Self Criticism To Self Celebration

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Be Full of Yourself! dismantles the self-critical question "what's wrong with me" by exploring its historical, theological, and personal origins. The reader is invited to descend into the richness of her own life, to reclaim her inner resources, and to learn the language of self-celebration.
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Published January 1st 1997 by Open Window Creations
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“In the beginning was the Mother.
On the first day, She gave birth to light and darkness.
They danced together.
On the second day, She gave birth to land and water. They touched.
On the third day, She gave birth to green growing things.
They rooted and took a deep breath.
On the fourth day, She gave birth to land, sea, and air creatures.
They walked and flew and swam.
On the fifth day, Her creation learned balance and cooperation.
She thanked her partner for coaching her labor.
On the sixth day, She celebrated the creativity of all living things.
On the seventh day, She left space for the unknown.”
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“Women are afraid of the intensity of feeling that may surface as their eyes are opened to the wider reality of a woman’s life. A woman’s intensity makes everyone uncomfortable, including herself. We were taught to be nice, not angry, even when our own lives and sanity are at stake.” 3 likes
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