A Woman's Book of Life

A Woman's Book of Life

Examines the link between mind, body, and spirit in women, and shows how women can increase their levels of health and well-being and explore the power present in each stage of life....

Title:A Woman's Book of Life
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781573226516
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    A Woman's Book of Life Reviews

  • Dirty Magpie

    I loved this book, I read it when I was heavily into some psycho/physical connecting, and she was the first author I read that was New Age without sounding spaced out. I especially got a lot out of h...

  • Hedwige

    Excellent book (for women at least!)...

  • Marianne Mullen

    I think it is because of the stage I am in the woman's book of life (Healing & Balance) that I found this book so enlightening and meaningful. I loved how our lives as female was broken down to 7 year...

  • KarnagesMistress

    Twenty years out, the biological sections of this book are still a revelation. At 38, I needed to know these things about myself, but no one else was telling me! When she speaks more of the psycho-spi...

  • Karin

    This book was way less hippie than I anticipated when I first put it on my queue many years ago. She uses the small, but compelling existing research to expand on existing gender theories and posit so...

  • Kelly Salasin

    This book marked a pivotal point in my thinking about myself and divinity. ...

  • Stephanie

    Every woman should read this book from the teenager to the very old woman. It is magnificent and so very uplifting for the reader. Men should read it also, if they want to get to understand women....

  • Sandra

    Great as a reference book....

  • Kathy B

    I bought this book when it was first published and was so impressed that a woman actually had written a book for women! At the time so many "female" books I found were about women as good wives and ho...

  • Lisa

    Takes you through the seven-year stages in a woman's life from 0-84 and beyond. It is a textbook style of writing which can be dry, but it was interesting reading the "Ages 49-56: A Mindful Approach t...