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Lunar Abundance: Cultivating Joy, Peace, and Purpose Using the Phases of the Moon Paperback – March 6, 2018
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In a world in which women feel increasingly disconnected-from their inner selves, each other, and the world, Lunar Abundance offers a path to reconnection, with results that you can actually see. It shows how by tuning into the natural rhythm of lunar ebbs and flows, you can connect with work, relationships, your body, and surroundings on a higher level than ever before, becoming more productive and self-aware in the process. Filled with inspirational photography and interactive features, it's also a practical guide to self-care that will help you summon your true potential and create a better life for you and for those in your orbit.
This beautiful book is perfect for any woman seeking holistic wellness and unique inspiration to feed mind, body, and soul.
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- Publisher : Running Press Adult; Illustrated edition (March 6, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0762463570
- ISBN-13 : 978-0762463572
- Item Weight : 1.24 pounds
- Dimensions : 6.63 x 0.75 x 8.63 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #259,786 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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1) If you are a woman who is more Yin(feminine) than Yang(masculine), you may learn less from this book. It was written from the perspective of teaching women to slow down and connect with themselves. If you need to take more action, you may find motivation, but it is limited.
2) The book focuses on finding balance within yourself. My view is that instead of men and women aiming to find a balance of Yin-Yang within themselves, a man and woman should come together as one and balance each other out. The woman is not less than a man, but man and women are two equal halves that form a whole. This is different to the view that author puts across in the book.
3) If you live a life of self-less surrender to God (as with Jewdaism and Christianity), then you won't like the way the moon is talked about as a conscious entity (almost in worship). You may also have to skip over the "What do you dream of?" questions, because in the faith it isn't about "Me", it is about being the tool, rather than the one wielding the tool.
But... if you are a woman that is constantly on the go-go-go, who believes in spirituality, but is not a practising Christian or Jew, and who is pursuing a dream career and life of your own creation, you will find this book helpful to slow down and think about your life, set intentions and move forward.
I like the idea of using cycles of the moon as reminders to stop and reflect, and reminders to move forward. The moon is one of the heavenly time-pieces and the Jewish calender is based on cycles of the moon so I am jot opposed to using the moon as a reminder. But I will have to modify the suggestions in this book a lot before it suits my own life and beliefs.
It is not a bad book, and I am glad I read it, but if I had never heard of it or read it my life would be no worse off. I will take out a few pieces I can use and discard the rest.
Otherwise, it looks like there's a lot of great information in it! And I can't wait to read it!
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The only reason this isn’t a 5 star review is that I had a lot of trouble relating to the author and the person she describes in the book. I’m not a career driven woman who finds it hard to unwind, quite the opposite in fact. I have since found that Yang could be referring to my tendency to overthink things rather than just overdo things.
This is not a reflection on the quality of the book, more a reflection on my own character.
I’d definitely recommend, and have already.
Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on September 4, 2019