Returning to the Wild Woman: Healing our most intimate challenges through the unveiling of a woman’s sacred and untamed feminine source.
Returning to the Wild Woman is a book that asserts a woman’s Sacred Feminine energy as the source of liberation, unconditional love, and empowerment. The book discusses liberating the mind from the various doctrines and limiting belief systems that have been instilled in the feminine body through time. Returning to the Wild Woman speaks specifically of food issues and eating disorders but also embraces themes of self-love and urges a radical sense of self-responsibility.
The conversation about food issues and eating disorders is very important, since 90% of American women suffer from some type of distorted body image, eating disorder, or food issue. The book explains our disembodied relationship with self as a reflection of our disassociation with our Sacred Feminine energy. Food issues have, in fact, very little to do with food. Our food issues are but a symptom of our souls, who are constantly calling to us to return to our nature, to our untamed selves, to our liberated and empowered Wild Woman.
The book falls into the following categories:
- Personal Growth/Self-Help
- Women Social Issues
- Eating Disorders
The main reader is
- Women seeking to heal from food challenges, and who struggle with body image issues
- Women open to spirituality who want to be empowered
- Women seeking body-healing and self-empowerment
- Women interested in women-empowering conversations
- Women between the ages of 18-55
About Returning to the Wild Woman
Returning to the Wild Woman is a book about rebirth—of coming home. It is a guide to help women tune into their Sacred Feminine. It helps women land into a role that welcomes transformation. Returning to the Wild Women is about a healing process that requires walking on a road that might appear painful, impossible, ugly and challenging. It presents itself as a guide with rewarding lessons and teachings about one’s innate and eternal beauty. This conversation tends to the suffering of our collective feminine body and the struggles, conditioned through our society, regarding body image, food and eating disorders.