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Love Your Lady Landscape: Trust your gut, care for ''down there'' and reclaim your fierce and feminine SHE power

ISBN 
9781781807361
Format 
Trade Paperback
Recommended Price 
R370.00
Published 
July 2016
About the book: 
There was a time, roughly 5000 years ago, when SHE Power reigned and lady landscapes were revered. A time when the space between a woman's thighs was considered a power portal with a direct hook up to Source.
 
But for the last 2000 years, the potent powers of our wombs, our cyclic nature and our menstrual cycles have been disregarded. In modern times, this disconnect from the feminine cyclic experience is causing an epidemic of stress, emotional depletion and frustration, infertility and 'down there' pain and disease.
 
In  Love Your Lady Landscape,  Lisa Lister takes us on a revelatory journey through the terrain of what it is to be a woman. Packed with tools and practices to reconnect women to their feminine wisdom, this book will help you to:
 
- release guilt and shame from the past
- explore self-pleasure and sensuality
- learn about your menstrual cycle and its connection with the rhythms of nature
- discover the sacred art of receiving
- unleash your creativity
- find your voice to communicate your needs, wants and desires
 
This book will move you into a fiercely loving and healing relationship with your body, and teach you how to use its cycles and signs to create a life of vitality and fulfilment.
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