Millionth Circle
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Millionth Circle

How to Change Ourselves and the World: The Essential Guide to Women's Circles (Feminist Gift, from the Author of Goddesses in Everywoman)

By Jean Shinoda Bolen

Female Connection and Empowerment as a Force for Change

A how-to guide for women’s circles. The minds and spirits of women are powerful forces, particularly when harnessed in communion with other women. Women’s circles have been around for quite some time, and their presence is a healing and strengthening source for many. Furthermore, author and psychiatrist Jean Shinoda Bolen believes that women’s circles act as catalysts for change around the world. In this inspiring and spiritual book for women, Dr. Bolen provides both a guide and vision for women seeking purpose and change.

Find empowerment and enlightenment. Through her poetic language, Dr. Bolen emphasizes to her readers the importance of using their intuition and drawing upon their own insights. In bringing feminine values such as relationship, nurturing, and equality together, Dr. Bolen shares how women create a space for compassionate and radical growth.

Women as changemakers. By focusing on both the psychological and spiritual, women open the doorway for great change and empower one another to be leaders of positive change in their own lives and beyond. In this way, women empowerment itself acts as a tool for societal and psychospiritual change. After all, when strong women join together, who can stop them?

Read The Millionth Circle: How to Change Ourselves and the World and find…

  • A tool for creating positive change
  • Words of insightful and powerful feminine wisdom
  • A book for women everywhere

Readers of Wild MercyIf Women Rose RootedWomen Rowing North, or Warrior Goddess Training will love the inspiring message and call to action in Jean Shinoda Bolen’s The Millionth Circle.

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