Enormous rewards await you when you learn to trust and respect your body. This revolutionary guide to the second half of life goes way beyond the usual anti-aging recipes for fitness and healthy eating. Practical exercises, fun activities, and inspiring stories will help you tune in to your inner wisdom and discover your own natural source of confidence and satisfaction.
Through mindful attention to your body's stories, you'll learn core emotional and spiritual lessons that foster authentic, integrated living. You'll learn how to find meaning from your experiences, which makes it easier to resolve lingering or painful issues. As you feel more at home in your body, you'll feel a renewed sense of passion and creativity—and rediscover your own innate beauty, wisdom, and power.
Praise for The Secret Wisdom of a Woman's Body
"A wise, passionate guide for women facing the challenges of aging. It offers practical methods and inspiring stories to help you deepen your appreciation of yourself and find your innate resources for healing and growth within your body." —Judith Blackstone, author of The Enlightenment Process
"A fascinating book and journey in getting to know your body—its secrets, treasures, and potential—across the life cycle." —Gene D. Cohen, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Center on Aging, Health & Humanities at the George Washington University and author of The Creative Age
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