Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses: Meditations on Desire, Relationships and the Art of Being Broken
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"Beautiful ... worth reading slowly again and again.... [Guides us to] live more by the erotic principle and by play rather than with a heavy, tragic sense of life."
--Thomas Moore, author, Care of the Soul and Soul Mates: Honoring the Mystery of Love and Relationship
"Refreshingly honest ... invites us to consider the light and dark aspects of human relating through vibrant mythology, personal revelations, heart-opening meditations and free-writing exercises."
--Jenny Ferry, MA, creator, Intro to Soul Sex workshop
"A treasure trove. A tremendous resource that will inspire, uplift and empower.... Bravo!"
--Eric Stoneberg, teacher of Tantric philosophy; yoga instructor
"Within the rich tapestry of Hindu mythology, Peters weaves wisdom and gifts from these goddesses. She masterfully offers practices for connecting deeply with our wounded, broken, secret aspects of ourselves."
--Ruth Sharon, MS, coauthor, Secrets of a Soulful Marriage: Creating and Sustaining a Loving, Sacred Relationship
"A must-read for anyone looking to explore Tantra, dance with all the aspects of feminine energy or simply be enchanted by the stories these goddesses have to tell."
--Kate Bartolotta, the founder of beyoumediagroup.com; author, Heart Medicine
"[This] book will transform the leaden delusions under which you live to the golden realizations of the Goddess in all Her forms. And if you want to engage in this transformation fully, you need this book"
--Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author, Embracing the Divine Feminine: Finding God through the Ecstasy of Physical Love--Annotated & Explained
"Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses invites us to explore and embrace the full spectrum of being human, with all its confusion, tumult, loneliness, anger, and despair, as well as its beauty, joy, and hope. Peters calls us to see that life, all of it, is a gift."
--Michelle Schlinger, Foreword Magazine