In a rapidly evolving and mixing modern world, it’s important to remember to who you are. These books on femininity also allow you to experiment with your femininity, as us women see ourselves differently.
We always say that it’s valuable to read about others’ stories, and these books are just perfect for that!
Manic Panic Living In Color is the new beauty and lifestyle handbook for the next generation of color fanatics and first ever book of its kind. The book makes for a great gift for women who love expressing themselves and living a bold, colorful life, like Tish & Snooky. Not to mention, it is the perfect addition to coffee table collections!
“This book is an “oldie” of sorts and has already served both babyboomers’ and Gen X’ ladies well by expanding their view on what becoming their authentic selves could really mean.
What Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. must be credited for, really, is having taught generations of women how stereotypical views of the feminine keep us locked in place, rather than have us expand and grow into our true potential.
In her book, Bolen introduces seven classical Greek goddess archetypes, from Hera, the godmother, to Hestia, the goddess of the hearth- then relates them to areas where women typically excel or fail, such as being dominant and strong (positive side of Hera), or over caring for the partner and children (with a depression to follow suit once the fledglings have left home- negative side of Hestia).
This way, she helps her female readers figure out which emotional patterns they have been taught to identify with the most in their individual biography and surroundings, and how this choice (might) inhibit their mental and spiritual growth in the present.
Further on through the reading process, Bolen then illustrates how to break those negative (or potentially negative) patterns up to finally thrive and expand our consciousness. The genius move in this book is how the author takes a powerful image from ancient Greek lore for the reader to empathize and identify with, and then relates it back to the individual woman in a very involving, practical way.
Goddesses in everyday women (and its sequel and counterpart, Gods in everyday men, by the same author) really is a standard work for personal self-development and a self-help manual of the extraordinary kind. Buy them both, and gift one to your hubby- miracles might occur.”
By examining goddess myths, folklore, and archetypes, Mildon seeks to encourage her readers to look within themselves to find their own inner goddess. For someone who wants a light-hearted book with colloquial prose to help them explore their femininity, this one is it.
This emotionally engaging read speaks to a wide spectrum of women’s experiences through narrative poems and layered photography. It is vulnerable and yet strong at the same time.
This book is life-changing for any modern woman looking to connect with her femininity, heal underlying hormonal issues and ultimately reunite with the power of her menstrual cycle. WomanCode came into my life at a time when I was suffering from hormonal imbalance, loss of menstruation and low libido. This book offered the comfort of knowing I wasn’t the only one while also teaching me so much about menstruation (and it’s beauty!). I feel this book empowers women to reclaim their femininity and find peace with their monthly flow – with the hope at ending the cycle of painful periods, hormonal imbalances and disconnection with our natural flow.
This book is for the modern day mystic who loves doing more of what lights them up and understanding their innate feminine power. This is a light-hearted, fun read for the woman that knows she has a divine purpose and yearns to connect back into the power of the Universe to create the life of her dreams. I love how each page of this book left me feeling more empowered; ready to show up as my true authentic self and connect with the Universe.
Use Your Inner Mind to Create the Life You’ve Always Wanted (Simon&Schuster/AtriaBooks) Readers are granted access to world renowned hypnotherapist Kimberly Friedmutter’s six principles, utilized by Hollywood’s brightest female stars and modern women around the globe. Today’s modern woman faces unusual challenges keeping her beliefs, work and family balanced with her femininity, dreams and aspirations. All women have the potential to tap into their divine, feminine nature and we are all capable of enjoying that part of ourselves, simply by tapping into our inherent female intuition. Get connected to your most valuable intuitive resource, your most attractive you with this easy-to-read, bestselling book. See what superstars Jennifer Hudson and Martha Stewart, as well as Library Journal have to say about Kimberly connecting women to their highest, best and most feminine selves.
A must-read for any modern woman, the first book written by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a supreme court justice in 1993. Her engaging books dives into issues of law, women’s rights, and popular culture. With a wealth of information on the internet, today having someone of such high esteem writing such an amazing book should be a must-read by all modern woman.
The Year of No Nonsense is the upcoming book by Meredith Atwood. This revolutionary book is for the woman who is already amazing, but is ready to take herself to the next level on her terms, to rid herself of the Nonsense that is holding her back from her best health, (pursuit of) happiness, and success. There is nothing more feminine or amazing than a women who knows herself.
A thick tome of a book that merges movement, history, ancient wisdom, and feminine power. Uman Dinsmore-Tuli’s book provides readers with not just a read, but a fully immersive experience with self-reflection, movement practices, breathwork, and mantras all designed to enhance our connection to ourselves and our femininity. A powerful read for women at all stages of life. I have personally found this to be helpful as I’ve made the transition into motherhood and as I continue to get older.
A beautiful blend of scientific research, historical references, and personal experience that gives women full permission to renew their relationship with their vagina and reproductive organs. I found this book to be mesmerizing as it unveiled to me just how little we actually know about ourselves and our feminine power.
This book enables women, through story and practical exercises, to access their creative power. Tami Lynn Kent, MSPT shares her personal experiences, as well as the experiences of her clients, as they journey to reconnect with creative spirit through healing practices and a renewed sense of their femininity. It is engaging and practical and I always find Kent’s experience as a women’s health physical therapist adds an additional layer of understanding and expertise. This is a book I come back to again and again as I continue my personal work on connecting to and manifesting my creative energy.
A classic and for a good reason. This was one of the first books I read as I began treatment for the eating disorders I suffered from for over 20 years. Estes’ book gave me full permission to own my feminine force and enabled me to see my passion, fire, and creativity as gifts. Rooted in history and story, this book is engaging from the first page and invites readers to own their feminine power.