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The Witch in Every Woman is a great introductory book for any woman who, like me, is claiming their sovereignty I particularly enjoyed the little spells and rituals throughout the book It had a nice flow, from start to finish, with legends entangled in and lessons on how to honour your process It was a reassuring and encouraging read I ve dog eared certain entries for later reference A great book to add to my witchy repertoire 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. Create the life you seek discover a pathway to the powers within All women possess the primal courage and strength of the Witch In this breakthrough, life altering new book, Laurie Cabot brings than forty years of experience as a spiritual counselor and practicing Witch to cultivate and celebrate the secret, magical side of every woman s nature Unfolding the wit and wisdom of ancient Celtic tales, as well as many stories of her own making, Laurie shows you how ancient truths can empower you during many of life s dark moments and lead you on a path of success and personal fulfillment Through story, ritual activity, and spiritual communion, you will learn how to use your instinctual nature to achieve your goals and feel energized, strong, and capable in your daily life Explore how to Increase sexuality and bring into your life, and heart, the love you long for Uncover hidden strengths and overcome fear Protect yourself and loved ones from physical harm, deception, or betrayal Retrieve your inborn talent to heal ailments and diagnose disease Unleash creativity Enhance communication skills Sharpen your intuition about others and the world around you Enjoy healthy, productive dreams A bit outdated in the way to divide the world in male female, but this book gives me insight into Celtic traditional saga and what it means to be a witch, so great introductions for me. I was very excited to read this book but felt it came up short on my expectations I was hoping to reawaken the magical nature within or at a minimum to a new degree and I was curious on the mini stories of goddesses that could be applied to my life along with practical exercises along the way This book is dedicated to sovereignty from the very first page but I didn t feel that when I was reading I felt reminded of the magic I hold and that I am capable of being doing I feel this book was a I was very excited to read this book but felt it came up short on my expectations I was hoping to reawaken the magical nature within or at a minimum to a new degree and I was curious on the mini stories of goddesses that could be applied to my life along with practical exercises along the way This book is dedicated to sovereignty from the very first page but I didn t feel that when I was reading I felt reminded of the magic I hold and that I am capable of being doing I feel this book was amazing when it was first release in the late 1990 s but the feminine archetype has changed so much since then which, yes, is a good thing But so much of the writing is about the suppressed feminine, our desire to work or have fair wages and responsibilities All these things that have changed dramatically in the last 20 years The writings on voicing your truth or standing up for yourself feels outdated after the me too movement At it s time, I am sure this felt wayempowering than it does now That said, I had a hard time connecting the mini stories within the chapters to the themes for the chapters A few stories I was able to stretch the imagination to understand what the author was trying to metaphorically emphasis but often the stories were so off, that even rereading the chapter and the mini stories a second time proved to be less than fruitful to see the connections I did this book as a book club and even the group I as working with was struggling to make connections With a book like this it s nice to have the practical exercises at the end of each chapter to help bring the theme home with actual, physical homework I felt frustrated that I could not recreate many of the suggest magical workings because I don t have an oak tree nearby to get a slab of bark from I know all work comes from using what you have but many of the ingredient are not easy to get and I found myself preforming very few suggested activities There are definitely moments when I felt a deeper, spiritual insight through the reading that gave me a lot to think about and to work on Parts felt very empowering and a good reminder of all the magic that women hold just through healing, loving, and being apart of this world Mostly this book is great for beginners or those just stepping into their sovereignty that don t want to rock the boat too hard or work too deeply with their shadow self on their path while trying to find their feminine voice Again, Laurie Cabot pens a very good guide to further the Pagan reader s path. I have grown up in a goddess worshipping culture Feminine is seen as strong and powerful rather than something weak, delicate TheI became familiar with modern western world, theI noticed the negative attitude towards femininity And it bothers me The fairy tales are about damsels in distress Number of female leadership is less Nothing much is heard of in their lores as well This book helped me move across times to find the stories, legends and fairy tales that celebrate feminin I have grown up in a goddess worshipping culture Feminine is seen as strong and powerful rather than something weak, delicate TheI became familiar with modern western world, theI noticed the negative attitude towards femininity And it bothers me The fairy tales are about damsels in distress Number of female leadership is less Nothing much is heard of in their lores as well This book helped me move across times to find the stories, legends and fairy tales that celebrate feminine The author also gives hints about historical events leading up to the cultural changes I love the stories and anecdotes It s a very empowering read.Why 3 stars instead of 4 or 5 I found the books a little less engaging at parts I couldn t connect with the exercises, so I don t think I am gonna follow them, and I tended to skip over them I think rituals are personal,and what an object signifies to you, won t do so for another 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. Great information, empowering, but also very hetero centric Also maybe a little outdated An easy and enjoyable read though, and enough info in it that I will hold onto it for possible future reference. I really wanted to like this bookthan I did I really like Laurie Cabotbut clearly just not her books I ve never skipped parts of a book before, until now the witches legend exercises I found really tedious, and maybe it s me but I got nothing from them I also had tremendous issue with regard to her views of the male witch That said I agreed with her on notions of bringing the divine masculine and feminine into balance, but found her ideas of what men in alignment with true divine I really wanted to like this bookthan I did I really like Laurie Cabotbut clearly just not her books I ve never skipped parts of a book before, until now the witches legend exercises I found really tedious, and maybe it s me but I got nothing from them I also had tremendous issue with regard to her views of the male witch That said I agreed with her on notions of bringing the divine masculine and feminine into balance, but found her ideas of what men in alignment with true divine masculine contradictoryI feel like she could have spenttime with all of those ideas so that they didn t seem so confusing I found her frustrations of women in the west just, but the way she sort of belittled men and their intuitive abilitiespretty much the same kind of shit women go through in various segments of societyIt 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