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Healing HER: Poetry that nourishes the soul through feminine energy. (Soul-Skin Series Book 1)

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Feminine energy has been used for centuries to heal the soul.

It is a conduit for self-love to return to your life and heal you through wholeness. You do not need to know how to heal yourself, just have a sincere desire to do so.

Healing HER is a collection of intention-based poetry and prose that aligns you with your own self-healing superpowers. By
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Kindle Edition, 102 pages
Published May 19th 2019 by One Urban publishers
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Mads Prange
May 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I came to this read this book because I wanted to tap into more of my feminine energy - as a man. This was an incredible read -and I enjoyed the introduction as I wasn't aware of how this energy works. As a guy, I really got this book of poetry and prose - it's unlike the 'Instagram poet' trends going on.
Jim Bennett
Sep 23, 2019 rated it liked it
Kristiansen has given us fifty-nine poems. I will comment on just a few of them. I am a very tough reviewer, so forget the star count.
For a first hint at Kristiansen’s human insight and power, turn to the short poem There Is No Love Loss.
The longer poem, The Most Sacred of Tools, will benefit from a second or third reading. The value of women in society: clear here.
For relationships, turn to I Waited, which has a pleasant surprise ending.
Spoiler alert: this is the entire
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Jessica Dower
May 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Note- I was given this book for free via my blog so I could review it:

I am not a fan of poetry but when I decided to review it for my followers , I was prepared to dislike it and be honest.

However, I loved it! It’s an exceptional piece of work from its complexity to its simplicity. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone who wants to be intentional with their healing.
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Sez is an internationally acclaimed poetess and author, born in Southern Africa under two generations from six different cultures. She has travelled extensively throughout her life, and lived in some of the remotest parts of the world, including many years spent in Sri Lanka deepening her spiritual practice.



After two children, Sez settled into a more conventional life and became a cre
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“The fabric of me
is mother.
The weft and warp,
woman.

Loosely woven,
I am free.”
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