World Book Day: Wise Women, Wise Words
March 3 2016

With it being World Book Day I wanted to share with you a brief introduction and some of my favourite quotes from the books I have recently read. All of which are written by an inspirational group of female authors leading and shaping a movement, that I believe will radically shift man kind’s outlook on how we can all benefit from deeply respecting the divine powers of the female body and mind.

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom by Dr Christiane Northrup 

The combination of Dr Christiane Northrup’s extensive knowledge of the female body and her Goddess like wisdom, make’s this book a key tool for women of all ages to learn and understand how to heal, protect, nourish and enhance their bodies and minds.

“When we finally make the connection between our thoughts, our beliefs and our subsequent physical health and life circumstances, we find that we are in the driver’s seat of our lives. Nothing is more exhilarating or empowering.”

Reveal by Meggan Watterson

An insightful pilgrimage to excepting your body through the spiritual teachings of Mary Magdalene, Kali Ma and Buddhism’s Green Tara. As well as Meggan’s personal experiences of overcoming fear, self-doubt and unveiling her true potential, encouraging you to do the same.

“There will never be a voice outside of you that is wiser than your soul-voice or holds more authority over what is best for you. You need guidance and support not to follow someone else’s truth but remain loyal to your own. The voice that will guide you to your highest potential is within you.”

Code Red by Lisa Lister

In my opinion, every women in the world should read Code Red and then pass it on to their sisters, nieces, daughters, granddaughters, girlfriends and wives. Who should then pass it on to their brothers, nephews, sons, grandsons, boyfriends and husbands. This book contains so much truth and knowledge about how women can dramatically improve their lives and the lives of others, that it would be an injustice not to share.

“Our bodies are deeply in tune with the cycles of the seasons, the elements, and the moon. Unfortunately, we’ve become conditioned to multi-task and take on the role of an all singing, all dancing woman of wonder, where resting is seen as a sign of weakness because we’ve got a never-ending to-do list that… well, needs to be done. By not rolling with our natural rhythms, more women than ever seem to feel subtle, yet persistent anxiety, depression or exhaustion, they’re suffering from stress, burnout and more alarmingly, menstrual-related health problems. We’re cultivating a dude-like existence – creating things we can control, striving hard, doing things in a linear way – and this results in us losing touch with our SHE power.”

Light Is The New Black by Rebecca Campbell

Rebecca Campbell, who I am proud to call my mentor, is a divine being with a miraculous message. In this delightful read Rebecca offers actionable guidance to help you answer your souls calling and light up the world around you.

“I believe that everyone has a calling and that deep down we all know why we are here. We might not consciously remember it, but our soul does. And every second of every day it’s doing its best to call us towards it.”

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