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Many women feel alienated from the spiritual paths outlined by traditional religions and by those described by popular spiritual alternatives. This "ode to the Feminine Wild" speaks to those women. Here are ideas and practices based on the elements (earth, fire, water, air, ether) rather than traditional patriarchy hierarchies and designed to connect individual women to their universal - but usually denied - powers. While goddesses and heroines from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse mythology are drawn upon to illuminate uniquely feminine virtues, the author deftly dismantles indoctrinated belief systems that limit women's spiritual autonomy. Why "heathen"? The ancient Germanic definition of the word refers to inhabiting uncultivated land, being wild and nourished by the natural world.



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Danielle Dulsky

Danielle is a long-time activist for wild woman spirituality and the divine feminine's return. A multi-media artist, yoga teacher trainer, and energy worker, Danielle is on a mission to inspire women to be fearless creators of their sacred work. She holds the highest designations from Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 500 and YACEP, is the founder of the fully accredited Living Mandala Yoga teacher training programs, and believes in holistic healing for the sensual, creative, and spiritual self. Her work is grounded in holding space for women to harvest their inner Priestess through personally relevant movement alchemy, intuitive artistic practice, and divine feminine spirituality. Danielle leads women circles, Witchcraft workshops, energy healing trainings, and basic (200-hour) and advanced (300-hour) yoga teacher trainings in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. She believes that all women alive today are meant to be instrumental in supporting positive social transformation through wild woman spirituality, reclamation of the name Witch, and the magick of sisterhood.



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