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Of one's relationship with the sacred body the author provides a uniuely Wiccan approach to achieving a healthy new self perception as GoddessPraise This topical guide to reclaiming a positive self image which builds on foundations presented in Sylvan's earlier work and is written in a very personal and approachable style is not imbued with self help jargon and platitudes but with the author's hard won self respect and perspective LIBRARY JOURNALMarrying cultural c. If you're a woman walking around on the planet you've probably had a struggle or two with hating your body There are a lot of books out there that tackle this problem and provide a framework for changing your thinking Sylvan's is most appropriate for women who consider themselves Wiccan or Pagan but other open minded readers will find valuable advice here as well Sylvan talks about the obstacles to self love figuratively and er literally and talks about how women at all stages of their lives can strengthen their relationships with themselves and if they choose the Goddess and God Sylvan's tone comes across like an older wiser cousin somebody who's been around the block a few times and is willing to be kind but firm with you about you getting your shit together Good medicine delivered in an amusing pill with a surprisingly low floofy woo woo uotient Nice to see something helpful directed at women whose self exploration doesn't necessarily include pink book covers or breathy affirmations

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The Body SacredRitiue with user friendly how to Sylvan urges readers to reject society's insistence that they spend countless hours and billions of dollars trying to look thin and youthful Rather says Sylvan women should embrace their bodies for what they are incarnations of the Goddess Above all this book is practical What distinguishes this book than anything is Sylvan's sense of humor she's tackling a serious topic but she'll have readers laughing from page one PUBLISHERS WEEK. I have been reading this book over the course of a few years picking up chapters here and there I really enjoyed it but I don't think I like it as much as Dianne's other work As someone who identifies with Wicca I loved the rituals and Goddess themes throughout I think the book would value to have a little balance due to the author making snide remarks about skinny people throughout the book There is no need to take smaller women down to make ourselves feel better We are ALL Goddesses whether you're skinny voluptuous or in the middle somewhere I also wish the cover was different though I know this has nothing to do with Dianne's writing I would recommend this book as a casual read for the bath tub or for a uick pick me up if you are feeling a little down The rituals are really nice and I would recommend it to fellow Wiccans Witches etc

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READ & DOWNLOAD The Body Sacred 107 ´ When you look in the mirror do you see a Goddess For anyone who's experienced a fat day or wished a doctor could make them younger Wiccan Dianne Sylvan speaks candidly about overcoming body hatred and offers a spiritual path back to Divine femininitySharing her own struggles with poor body image and self acceptance SyWhen you look in the mirror do you see a Goddess For anyone who's experienced a fat day or wished a doctor could make them younger Wiccan Dianne Sylvan speaks candidly about overcoming body hatred and offers a spiritual path back to Divine femininitySharing her own struggles with poor body image and self acceptance Sylvan explores how the impossible standard of female beauty has developed and endured Emphasizing the Mother the Healer the Lover and other archetypes. this book changed my life as a woman i'm forced to believe that my outside appearance will never be good enough unless i'm photoshopped dianne helped me realize that i shouldn't let this rule my life my life is for me for nature