Synopses & Reviews
"How might your life be different?"
So begins Judith Duerks reflective, probing meditation on the loss of time in womens lives, and the need to regain it. The pressures of modern life, with the relentless ticking of the clock, the stress caused by the demand to get more done in less time, the unending struggle to balance needs of family, relationship, and work. But where is the time to pause, to reflect, to care for the inner self? Where is the voice of the ancient Feminine which could provide balance to the frenetic imbalance of constant energy required by modern life?
Duerk calls women everywhere to tap into the powers of interiority, to regain the sacred, and to create communities of support, and in the process reimagine and remake the modern world. As she shows, without coming to terms and seeking balance with our masculine side, our feminine side can never reach its full potential. For those seeking balance between the masculine urge to DO and the feminine desire to BE, Duerk's mixture of prose, poetry, and reflective questions creates a model for integration.
Companion to the beloved bestselling classic Circle of Stones, I Sit Listening to the Wind invites women everywhere to tap into the powers of interiority, regain the sacred, and create communities of support in the process reimagining and remaking the modern world. Without coming to terms and seeking balance with their masculine side, Judith Duerk says, women can never reach the full potential of their feminine side. For those seeking balance between the masculine urge to do and the feminine desire to be, Duerks mixture of prose, poetry, and reflective questions creates a model for integration. Includes a reading group guide.