HOLIDAY OFFER

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To celebrate the first anniversary of Wild & WiseSacred Feminine Meditations for Women’s Circles & Personal Awakening by Amy Bammel Wilding, we have a special offer for you. Buy a copy of the book and receive free audio downloads of THREE of the meditations from the book: “The Power of No”, “Cerridwen” and “Winter Spiral”. AND one lucky US and UK customer will receive a download of the entire audio book in time for Christmas. 

1) Purchase a signed copy direct from the Womancraft webshop or a paperback or Kindle copy from Amazon before Winter Solstice Eve, Thursday 20th December, midnight GMT.

2) Email your receipt to amy@redtentlouisville.com

3). You’ll receive your meditations within 48 hours. These audio files can be listened to on our website, direct from your phone or computer or downloaded for later listening. (For a description of the meditations scroll to the end of this newsletter.)

More on the Three Wild & Wise Meditations

The Power of No

“No” is not a word we women are invited to own and use with authority. So conditioned are we to be pleasing and accommodating that we often forget that “no” is an option. Consequently, our most precious resources — our attention, our time, and our energy — are depleted as certainly as sands falling through an hourglass. Our well-being suffers as a result, and though we can often readily identify our feelings of being physically and emotionally exhausted, it can be difficult to make the initial connection between our ability to exercise our sovereignty and our overall spiritual health. When we tap into the wild and wise power of no, we give ourselves permission to selectively channel our Sacred Feminine resources, and to cultivate well-being and healing.

Cerridwen – Death & Rebirth

Cerridwen, the Welsh goddess of death and rebirth, challenges our modern western perspective that life and time are linear — with a specific starting point and a definite end — and instead invites us to embrace the cyclical example of nature. Death ensures new life; endings beget beginnings. When we embody the wild wisdom of Cerridwen, we welcome alignment with the timeless rhythms of nature, and open to the perspective that each ending ushers in the potency of a new beginning.

Winter Spiral

The custom of setting new year’s intentions on January 1st is no doubt the Gregorian appropriation of traditional winter solstice ceremonies. The longest night is indeed a potent time to pause and reflect on the year that has passed, releasing what no longer serves us in order to make space for our seeds of intention for the upcoming year. When we align with the Wheel of the Year and flow with the wild wisdom of the solstice, we invite ourselves to dwell thoughtfully in the close comfort of the womb-like darkness, and make preparations for the rebirth of the sun.

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Amy Bammel Wilding at the Parliament of World’s Religions

So proud to share that Amy Bammel Wilding Womancraft author of Wild & Wise: Sacred Feminine Meditations for Women’s Circles & Personal Awakening will be a speaker at the Parliament of World’s Religions this coming weekend in Toronto.

Her talk ‘Period of Change: The Positive Impact of Menarche Rites-of-Passage upon Women’s Lifelong Well-Being’ is on Saturday November 3 2018
3:15 PM – 4:00 PM
Room 602A

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Burning Woman on CNN

Burning Woman by Lucy H. Pearce. Womancraft PublishingLucy H. Pearce’s book, Burning Woman gets a mention on a new CNN.com article: https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/31/opinions/halloween-witches-were-women-fighting-power-kerr/index.html?no-st=1541069559

In recently published books like “Witch: Unleashed. Untamed. Unapologetic.” and “Burning Woman,” the authors argue that the effects of the witch hunts are still being felt today. Men still occupy most positions of power. Women are still called names for expressing their sexuality and “crazy” when they get emotional or practice magic. But this gaslighting, the authors argue, has to stop. In “Burning Woman,” author Lucy H. Pearce opens by extolling the virtues of dancing naked around a bonfire.

The very things women were persecuted for during the witch burning times are the things that make them strong today, the authors argue: from the way they bring together sexuality and creativity to their natural fluctuations (emotional and physical) with the cycles of the moon and the seasons.

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Coming Soon… The Hero’s Heart by Melia Keeton-Digby

We’re so excited to share that we will be publishing Melia Keeton Digby’s second book – The Hero’s Heart next Spring. This is an answer to all the responses we had from mothers when we published The Heroine’s Club – “What about our sons?”

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“Melia Keeton-Digby, author of The Heroine’s Club: A Mother-Daughter Empowerment Circle … uses her discerning expertise and intuitive spirituality to examine the crucial relationship between mothers and sons and how that relationship can provide a strong foundation for boys as they grow into men. Let this practical guide be your road map to helping boys navigate the challenges of toxic masculinity through a series of monthly group activities, inspirational quotes, and thoughtful advice on creating and running a “sacred circle” for boys.” ~Lori Day, educational psychologist and author of Her Next Chapter

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Introducing Full Circle Health! Pre-order bonuses available.

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New from Lucy H. Pearce: Full Circle Health: integrated health charting for women is an innovative creative approach to holistic health for all who love planners, trackers and bullet journals to guide and support you in a greater understanding of your physical, mental and emotional health.

Continue reading “Introducing Full Circle Health! Pre-order bonuses available.”

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