Soul Sisters: The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman's Soul

Soul Sisters: The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman's Soul

Pythia Peay / Sep 21, 2019

Soul Sisters The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman s Soul A unique workbook to help women cultivate their full potential through the lives and lessons of the heroines of world spiritual traditions Filled with exercises anecdotes quotes and inspiration Py

  • Title: Soul Sisters: The Five Sacred Qualities of a Woman's Soul
  • Author: Pythia Peay
  • ISBN: 9781585421626
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • A unique workbook to help women cultivate their full potential through the lives and lessons of the heroines of world spiritual traditions.Filled with exercises, anecdotes, quotes, and inspiration, Pythia Peay s Soul Sisters is designed to help women foster the traits that can be found in the great spiritual traditions of the world, and that are most needed in contemporaryA unique workbook to help women cultivate their full potential through the lives and lessons of the heroines of world spiritual traditions.Filled with exercises, anecdotes, quotes, and inspiration, Pythia Peay s Soul Sisters is designed to help women foster the traits that can be found in the great spiritual traditions of the world, and that are most needed in contemporary life Each chapter shows how to cultivate the five divine qualities Courage, Faith, Beauty, Love, and Magic.Soul Sisters offers an abundance of examples of different female figures from the spiritual past and present who have embodied these characteristics in a distinctly feminine way Through the road they have walked, readers can learn to discover their own individual heart path to these strengths.Both an immensely practical workbook and an education in spiritual ideas, Soul Sisters is a companion for a lifetime.

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    About "Pythia Peay"

      • Pythia Peay

        My writer s name might be Pythia, but upon my birth in 1951 to my two greatest generation dreamer parents, Altoona born Joe Carroll, and Sheila, a beautiful, black haired, blue eyed girl from Buenos Aires, I was christened with the unlikely name of Pellman Sharon Carroll a name that bound me to my father s fate My first name was after my father s foster father who d raised him during the Depression, Pellman Glover, and Sharon was after the Valley of Sharon in Israel, where family lore had it I d been conceived and therein lies the tale that spun my new memoir My parents raised me and my three siblings on a bucolic farm outside of Kansas City, where my aviator father had taken a job with TWA at 19 I dropped out of college and moved to San Francisco to live the communal hippy dream after moving in 1981 with my husband and three sons to Santa Fe and living in my first house, I began to write as a freelance journalist probably my greatest claim to fame is my interview with George R.R Martin in his pre Game of Throne, struggling author days Not long after, my family moved to the Washington, DC area, where I got divorced, then focused on my work as a depth journalist writing about psychological and spiritual perspectives on political and social issues Today my sons are grown, and as a reward for raising three boys, Fate graced me with three lovely daughter in law and a lovely granddaughter, Eslyn, so that I can now proudly add grandmother to my bio Besides blogging for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, I m also the author of two new books AMERICAN ICARUS, an intimate memoir of my difficult, alcoholic, aviator father,our relationship, and his redemptive, Hospice guided death, and AMERICA ON THE COUCH, a collection of interviews with 37 psychologists on the American psyche, including violence, addiction, the environment, capitalism, politics, and the soul of America.


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    1. I will probably pick this book up again in the winter. It made a wonderful companion during that time last year. The piece that has been most valuable to me so far is the meditation on courage. I used this meditation several times as I was facing some challenging aspects of my life. It helped gently and beautifully, leaving me feeling supported whenever the panic would come at me. I would have bought this book just for that meditation. I've also enjoyed reading the stories and seeing how the aut [...]




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