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By Naomi Fry August 24, Recommended Stories. Sign in. Get the best of The New Yorker in your in-box every day. I found her frustrations of women in the west just, but the way she sort of belittled men and their intuitive abilities It was pretty dubious argument. She really emphasises Celtic mythology, and because of the complexity of Celtic myth, her retelling of it really really simplifies it. I have an inside joke with a friend of mine, which would only be funny to us, but it somewhat serves here too; everything in this book was "the Celtic", which while interesting, and easy to digest if you are new to Celtic mythology, but you can find better understanding of mythology, that is still easy to understand, elsewhere.
I think her building up of women and empowering them throughout the book was great, there were unfortunately many aspects of the book that I found contradictory and I skipped portions of the book because they annoyed me too much. Feb 01, Cat Bennett rated it really liked it. Interesting read,filled with thought provoking wisdom regarding Women's extraordinary abilities to nurture and heal.
Laurie Cabot brings forth how women who were once highly regarded in ancient culture, have been pushed back in our patriarchal society. The book includes ways to unleash our intuition, healing with herbs and aromatherapy. Rituals to protect yourself. Also, incorporates how women were powerful in the site of the highest of high. Sep 28, Rowan rated it really liked it. Again, Laurie Cabot pens a very good guide to further the Pagan reader's path.
NOn un libro di magia, ma un saggio sulla donna e il femminile, dal punto di vista della Strega Laurie Cabot, autrice della quale mi feci sfuggire millanni fa l'unico altro libro che pubblicarono in Italia e che trovai a un mercatino, ma ero giovane e squattrinata. Bello che ponga fra i poteri del femminile, quello della guarigione. L'autrice spiega il suo punto di vista attraverso storie e miti celti, a sua stessa ammissione, rivisitati per i suoi scopi esplicativi.
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Ci sono anche degli "Incantesimi" e delle meditazioni, ma per la maggior parte poco fattibili a mio avviso, ma comunque interessanti. La Cabot ha il pregio di essere amante della scienza ed una donna che studia e si informa quindi non ci troviamo davanti "solo" ad un testo romantico e fantasioso.
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Spero traducano qualche altro suo testo Oct 09, Amanda Kingswell rated it it was amazing. I am currently discovering my spiritual path and this book not only instilled in me the certainty of where I know I need to be but, it made me feel that I need to realize that I am a woman and I am powerful in my own way. Even if being going down the Pagan path is not necessarily something that you are looking for just, the pride and power you get from just reading how truly strong women our is amazing.
It definitely gave me a different outlook about myself. Mar 05, Lea rated it did not like it. This wasn't a bad book. I liked celtic stories and Cabot's attempt to lift gender awareness. There are also craft and meditation instructions. I think this book could be more useful to someone who's new to paganism or wicca and need gentle cherishing of womanspirit. So the book just wasn't my cup of tea. Mar 07, Ghanima rated it really liked it Shelves: spirituality , witchcraft , favorites.
This was a very empowering read, and I like the way Cabot deals with the Celtic myths. Feb 18, Monnie rated it it was amazing. I found this book very inspiring as I have recently left a emotionally abusive relationship and have been working on finding myself and my inner goddess.
Jan 28, Kat rated it liked it Shelves: spirituality-or-self-help , feminism-and-gender , witchcraft-and-wicca. During my teens I went through this phase in which I researched pagan religions with a passion.
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The Witch in Every Woman was right up my alley: No one ever taught this stuff in school! I remember Cabot, keen on not scaring away those with an image of creepily chuckling women dressed in black rags burned into their retina, assured the reader that witches are nothing like that. A Wiccan bible this is not. Cabot merely focuses on empow During my teens I went through this phase in which I researched pagan religions with a passion.
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Cabot merely focuses on empowering women by brewing a self help dish simmering in a Wiccan sauce. The Witch in Every Woman reads as a passionate plea, addressing women to take control of their own lives. As a rule, books have chapters, but Cabot doesn't necessarily follow hers: her writing style is not very structured.
In fact, she has a tendency to ramble on: when she explains how patriarchal religion's Christianity are responsible for women's wretched position in society, you may find yourself reading about pheromones, summaries of Celtic myths and manuals to make your own dream pillow -stuffed with herbs - only minutes later. Taking the great injustice that has been done to paganism - and women - into account, I cannot blame Cabot for ranting and for throwing in examples of women being ridiculed and brainwashed.
She tells how powerful Celtic goddesses were transformed into obedient Disney princesses. How Barbie dolls have such monstrous proportions, that if they were to be real women their necks wouldn't be able to carry their heads and their wasp waists would push all internal organs either up or out. Damn you, Barbie. Depending on the path you are on and the phase you are going through you will either find Cabot's advice empowering and spiritually enhancing or rather obvious and far-fetched for she does advice you to dance in front of the mirror naked, in order to help improve your self esteem.
And she wants you to make sure to always be aware of feathers in front of you: they'll guide you through life's events I suppose it's all good, as long as it helps you feel good. Feb 15, Julie rated it liked it. A nice book for beginners in the craft. Dec 17, Cecilia rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: all women in the world! Shelves: religions. I loved this book!
In that period of time I was looking for something more in my life, and then, this book came to me as a gift from a dearly friend. It was great to discover that I was not the only one who thinks that women have a great power inside. We are strong, we are unique. Laurie Cabot is a very intelligent woman, after that I started to feel really good with myself.