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Book List – Women’s Energy Body Teachings

March 8, 2015

Happy International Women’s Day (March 8th!) I will be back soon with a new post, but in honor of this day wanted to reblog an updated version of my Women’s Energetics book list, as there are many great resources here. Feel free to suggest any other books of your own. Also, for any of you working to heal from sexual trauma or abuse, please note that I will be offering my teleseminar on energy work for this again in April, clickthrough to the site and check the sidebar for the link. – Lisa

Mommy Mystic

This list is of books that include teachings on the chakras or other subtle body mappings specific to women. Many energy body teachings do not reference the differences between men’s and women’s energy bodies, and indeed much of our subtle body mappings are the same. But there are differences in emphasis, flow, and energy interdependence tied to our physical differences, and our specific reproductive life phases. These have wide-ranging implications for both energy medicine, and spiritual paths that utilize energy-based contemplative practices.

In general, this list starts with healing and practice-based books, and then progresses to more metaphysical and spiritually oriented ones. I have tried to make the book descriptions explicit enough that they serve as a kind of overview of women’s energy body teachings on their own.

Energy Medicine for WomenEnergy Medicine for Women, by Donna Eden

Movement, breath, and meditative exercises and healing modalities drawn from both meridian-based traditions and chakra-based…

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  1. Tanya Vaughn permalink
    March 9, 2015 6:33 pm

    Thank you so much for these posts, I take from them so much. I was actually here looking for some reads on spirituality, as I am reading a book called Magdala by Valerie Gross. It’s been a fascinating red for me and has helped me be more open to my spiritual path. magdalathebook.com is the site for it. I recommend it.

  2. March 9, 2015 6:58 pm

    Tanya, glad you found this list helpful and thanks for the recommendation.

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