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Stealing the Moon Paperback – October 16, 2005
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Are we influenced by archetypal dramas from the past? (Archetypal not does mean physical reincarnation, but rather mythological themes that reappear in different cultures and different times.) Author, Sienna Lea, suggests we are influenced by these themes.
Also, Stealing the Moon, asks readers to realize that we are controlled by deep dark, shadow energies from ancient times. She believes we must face our shadow in order to free ourselves to truly love. The book suggests that the personal shadow also holds influences of ancient events. This is a story of incest, power and the acclamation of male power. It weaves between this era and the past as the patriarch comes into full reign, and women's voices and souls are squelched. It suggests that women need to enter into their personal darkness in order to truly know light.
The story takes readers through a colorful and meaningful journey as we join Natalie Stern in her movement through the darkness into the opening of her heart. (Its author also has a sense of humor that plays out in many of the stories.)
Perhaps this e-book version has been edited as the first reviewer notes numerous errors and I did not see them. Regardless, I highly recommend this book for women (and interested men), because it is thought provoking. I give it five stars as it held my attention throughout.
In that my own work is related to the role of women in global transformation, I am always interested in what another woman has to say.
Sharon G. Mijares, Ph.D.
Stealing the Moon sheds the moon's own light on what goes on in an archaic, unconscious realm of female survival and vengeance for suffering. It is an aspect of the feminine that is buried deep in the collective unconscious psyche.
Sienna Lea has the will and courage to delve into an ugliness that most of us women cannot even name nor fathom.
My work is also about bringing forth feminine energy. It is an imperative for our world today as the very survival of humanity rests on valuing the feminine qualities of nurturence and relationship building and intrinsic caring for others.
This book is of eye-opening importance in helping heal the split within women themselves. It should be read by anyone, woman or man, truly engaged in healing themselves, others and the planet.
I give it 5 stars.
A Big Thank You to Sienna Lea for making me more conscious this phenomenon (that I have unconsciously observed until now) among some strong women in leadership to sabatoge others who stand for a reality that opposes Archontic programming. When it happens to me and I experience their repudiation, from now on I more fully comprehend the why and the how this cultural syndrome comes about and from where it first originated.
It is the greatest challenge in my life right now, to learn how to have more patience with that. I find it very difficult. I keep reminding myself that they can not be blamed for what was never explained to them and that, yes, their own realities have been hijacked before their lives had the chance to soar off the ground.
I struggle with this every day - I find it very difficult to tolerate. I demonstrate a life, but it is not something I try to control. I make it no secret that I am celibate and without a partner for years upon years now - and very unapologetic around the issue - and people have a harder time with that little detail than I do!
(Why? Why do I appear to be single BY CHOICE? . . . hard to say, at some point along the way I caught on to the epidemic of organic programming being ripped out of men, as you say, and noted on my own it was replaced by something far more toxic . . . )
My time, my resources, my life is valuable to me - I like my life. I am not going to tolerate what seems culturally acceptable for men to do, come stumbling around my spicey little world, prepared to sprinkle their poisons.
I wish women - women of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds - need to catch on to this!
again, thank you Sienna Lea! I really appreciated that book, I look forward to passing on copies to others for a lifetime!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We all have a dark side called our "shadow". This author really hits the nail on the head exposing and healing those dark repressed places that we all have. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
`Stealing the moon' is the story of psychologist Dr. Nataly Stern, who as the book goes on discovers her earlier life as Nefertiti, queen of Egypt. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by leserin