The Goddess in Every Girl: Develop Your Feminine Power


The Goddess in Every Girl: Develop Your Feminine Power ❰KINDLE❯ ❃ The Goddess in Every Girl: Develop Your Feminine Power Author M.J. Abadie – Thomashillier.co.uk You Have the Power of the Goddess Within You Set it Free Prepare to be inspired and empowered physically, emotionally, and spiritually Be confident Be creative Be beautiful Be the person you want to b You in Every Girl: Develop PDF/EPUB ² Have the Power of in Every Kindle ´ the Goddess Within You Set it Free Prepare to be inspired and empowered physically, emotionally, and spiritually Be confident Be The Goddess PDF/EPUB or creative Be beautiful Be the person you want to be For the first time, you have the difficult task and glorious opportunity of defining for yourself Goddess in Every eBook ↠ the woman you will one day become It doesn t matter who you are, where you live, what you look like, how much you weigh, what your parents do, whether you are rich or poor, popular or not you have the power of the Goddess within you You only have to set it free.


10 thoughts on “The Goddess in Every Girl: Develop Your Feminine Power

  1. R. C. R. C. says:

    I am on page 11 I do not know how muchof this book I can stand Let me show you what I mean.from page 3 The Goddess is ready to return She is waiting for you to open the door that was locked against her centuries ago Okay, if you want to anthropomorphize the shift in certain cultures and demonize that movement, yes, I can kind of agree with that statement The time is NOW It is YOUR time True And it won t come again What I m not 13 any and my time s still coming You mu I am on page 11 I do not know how muchof this book I can stand Let me show you what I mean.from page 3 The Goddess is ready to return She is waiting for you to open the door that was locked against her centuries ago Okay, if you want to anthropomorphize the shift in certain cultures and demonize that movement, yes, I can kind of agree with that statement The time is NOW It is YOUR time True And it won t come again What I m not 13 any and my time s still coming You must act as if your life depended on it, for in truth all our lives depend on each and every girl recognizing the Goddess in herself Then why aren t we all dead already Okay, this may be an idea that frequently comes in a package with ideas that prevent peak oil, and maybe a bunch of us will die in the worst peak oil scenarios, but there s no necessary connection, and a lot of added drama, in that statement Teenagers are already prone to black and white thinking Why stoke the flames from page 6 These modern conveniences, collectively known as progress, are the result of linear thinking, which is a male invention Hold on a minute, lady I happen to think in a perfectly straight line when that is what is called for, and despite my vagina, I can do it without any man s help from page 11 Women were and in fundamentalist countries still are hidden under heavy veils I believe you wanted to say that in believing homes they still are Cause if you re not a fundamentalist Wiccan, I don t know who is from the age of eleven onno doubt this age coincides,or less, with puberty and the beginning of menstrual periods So you re writing a book for teenage girls about being a teenage girl and you re going to imply guesswork about the average age of the onset of menses I know, GoodReaders, it s just a stylistic complaint, but by this time I was wondering what was wrong with the person who wrote this book.I left out the long sections of Big Three bashing Teaching girls Paganism, even Dianic Wicca, I can get down with I love me a good imaginary matriarchal culture goddess ritual, I actually do Bashing other people s beliefs against the wall and saying, That s how to do it, girls Bash em like your lives are at stake is beyond what I am willing to get down with.Thankfully exposition seems to be rare in this book Most of it is exercises They look good, simple and muchappropriate than what I m reading So I m going to have to suffer through the entire book before I know for sure that I want to find some unsuspecting Alibris shopper to take it far far away from my children


  2. Sharon Tyler Sharon Tyler says:

    The Goddess in Every Girl Develop Your Feminine Power by M.J Abadie is a book for girls trying to figure out who they are, and where they stand in a changing world It is scheduled for release on August 13 2013 The book inspires girls to understand that they are worthwhile and valued people, even though society and peers might not always make them feel that way Beginning with a basic outline of how religion and society changed from being nature and mother focused to what we see in current so The Goddess in Every Girl Develop Your Feminine Power by M.J Abadie is a book for girls trying to figure out who they are, and where they stand in a changing world It is scheduled for release on August 13 2013 The book inspires girls to understand that they are worthwhile and valued people, even though society and peers might not always make them feel that way Beginning with a basic outline of how religion and society changed from being nature and mother focused to what we see in current society, the book offers ideas and encouragement for girls to trust in themselves, and to be exactly who they want to be Pagan roots and ideas, such as the astrological charts that are intended to help girls find their own personal Goddess ally, might makemain stream minded individuals turn away from this book, the theme that each and every one of us is precious and has a bit of the divine within ourselves and the tools to connect with that spark is something most spiritual people can build upon in their own way.The Goddess in Every Girl Develop Your Feminine Power drives home the point that It doesn t matter who you are, where you live, what you look like, how much you weigh, what your parents do, whether you are rich or poor, popular or not you have the power of the Goddess within you You only have to set it free Whether you believe in the Goddess, or a different form of the divine, the idea that we are each special and carry some of the divine with us is important Christianity teaches that Jesus, and God, is always with you so I easily made the connection between the aspects of God and the aspects of the Goddess being within each of us The book endeavors to make each girl going through the trials of childhood, particularly the tween and teen years, a littlebearable and empowering for those that might otherwise feel alone or adrift Every young woman can use the tools of keeping a journal, breathing exercises, meditation, and creating a special space of their own to help them find their own healthy path to self discovery and expression in all aspects of their lives.I need to add the disclaimer that I have always connected the trinity with the multiple aspects of the Goddess and other pagan figures and the way many dates and stories match up due to the efforts to convert others So I have always understood the attraction to earth based religions and done my fair share of research, despite still being a practicing Lutheran I am just open minded and accepting of other points of view that way I can see that this book might bother or offend those that are not open to other religions or paths, but I do not think that most individuals that fall into that category would bother picking up a book with the word Goddess in the title expect in the desire to find something to be offended by.I would recommend The Goddess in Every Girl Develop Your Feminine Power to all girls, and mothers, with either an open mind or a learning towards earth based religion The tools and affirmations that females are powerful and beautiful in their own right, regardless of what our size, shape, color, language, or economic standing Even if you want to substitute aspects of your own religion for some of the move towards the Goddess, the larger message and the tools offered can help most girls find a healthy attitude about themselves and the world around them


  3. Jenell Jenell says:

    The Goddess in Every Girl by M.J Abadie champions a matriarchal culture While I agree that women s voices and wisdom are tragically missing from recorded history, I think in the 21st century we need to break free from the matriarch patriarch duality Sure there are often HUGE politics involved in patriarchal religion and mythology who s in charge but there is also much spiritual wisdom embedded in the stories AND, although matriarchal societies are traditionally peaceful ones, I believe that The Goddess in Every Girl by M.J Abadie champions a matriarchal culture While I agree that women s voices and wisdom are tragically missing from recorded history, I think in the 21st century we need to break free from the matriarch patriarch duality Sure there are often HUGE politics involved in patriarchal religion and mythology who s in charge but there is also much spiritual wisdom embedded in the stories AND, although matriarchal societies are traditionally peaceful ones, I believe that they are not exempt from power struggle I do not want to swing the other way and raise a man hater Although it seems to be the human tendency to be reactionary, I think it is essential in our time to break free of that pendulum and exercise our free will to create what we dream.I love the spirit and wisdom in M.J Abadie s writing And, even though the book is one sided, I still think it s an empowering read for the older, discerning teen Hopefullybooks like this will be written to empower ALL young people, regardless of gender Maybe that s why I really liked The Thundering Years by Julie Tallard Johnson I highly recommend it


  4. Heather Heather says:

    Every 13 year old girl should read this The scholarship may be faulty and the reader needs to be warned that this is not all proven fact but then again neither is a lot of what she s learning in school So start her questioning everything Self esteem will rise and rise I would have loved this book s meditations, journaling, art projects, astrological information, body image work so much at age 11 or 15 I loved it now so much at age 37 that I have read it three times in one year I wish I c Every 13 year old girl should read this The scholarship may be faulty and the reader needs to be warned that this is not all proven fact but then again neither is a lot of what she s learning in school So start her questioning everything Self esteem will rise and rise I would have loved this book s meditations, journaling, art projects, astrological information, body image work so much at age 11 or 15 I loved it now so much at age 37 that I have read it three times in one year I wish I could give it to all my friends who have a teenage daughter It s just wonderful.Save a girl Get her this book


  5. Angie Angie says:

    This book is aimed at teens, but it did have some interesting history and tips for empowering ourselves as women I did feel it was a bit negative toward males, albeit mostly historically I think this is a good read if you can take all the information with a grain of salt.


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