Synopses & Reviews
Nurturance comes naturally to most women -- as long as it's directed at someone else. But taking care of yourself is more difficult. You don't have time. It feels self-indulgent. You're simply too tired. Here -- for women too busy to worry about their well-being -- are more than two hundred soothing recipes and inventive rituals for relaxation, practical self-care, and gentle growth, including:
- Comfort Rituals
- Hiding Under the Covers
- A Comfort Journal
- Bathing Pleasures
- Creative Selfishness
- Herbal Help
- Holiday Blues
- A Personal Sanctuary
Organized by topic and cross-referenced throughout, this is a wonderfully comprehensive resource for refreshing and replenishing the self.
“...offers us the “how” of self-care: concrete, practical directions on how to nourish ourselves. Thank you Jennifer.” --Oriah Mountain Dreamer, author of The Invitation
“[O]ne of the great self-help classics of our times.” --Suzanne Falter-Barns, author of Living Your Joy and How Much Joy Can You Stand?
Here in this collection of 365 daily meditations lives the essence of a great spiritual teacher -- one who truly understood the wellspring of life. The keen insights I captured here speak as freshly to the everyday needs of humanity as they did the day Fox first wrote them.Culled from Fox's published and unpublished lecture notes and manuscripts, this guide for daily living also includes much-loved passages, from Sermon on the Mount, Fox's million-copy bestseller, along with the popular "Power Through Constructive Thinking.
Provides an illuminating explanation of the origins and meaning of romantic love and shows how a proper understanding of its psychological dynamics can revitalize our most important relationships.
Narrative weaving the biblical account of Mary and Jesus, the Egyptian myth of Isis and Osiris, and the Sumerian story of Inanna and Dumuzi to create an exotic tale of a strong, sensual woman.
About the Author
Jennifer Louden is a bestselling author, certified coach, novelist, and creator of innovative learning events and retreats. She has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs, including "Oprah". Jennifer lives on an island in Puget Sound with her husband, Chris, and their daughter, Lillian.