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Publisher's Summary

What do you think of when you hear the word "witch"? Through centuries of persecution, our society has been indoctrinated into thinking that witches are evil villains. Author and proud witch Danielle Dulsky debunks this interpretation and reveals the true nature of Witchcraft: an ancient spiritual path that rejects religious dogma in favor of female empowerment and a deep reverence for the Earth. In a collaborative, conversational tone, Woman Most Wild reclaims the Earth-centered power of aligning with our wildest, freest selves to create an inclusive world for all.

The three keys to liberating your inner witch and owning your power are:

  • Wild Rhythm: aligning yourself with the cycles of nature
  • Wild Ritual: understanding the importance of ritual and ceremony
  • Wild Circle: bonding with like-minded seekers

Dulsky's tools for embracing and experiencing the power of these keys, including moon rituals, healing meditations, yoga postures, circle work, and Goddess encounters, will guide you toward joining the cosmic dance befitting the divine, limitless woman you are.

©2017 Danielle Dulsky (P)2017 Tantor

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Absolutely horrible narrator.

What would have made Woman Most Wild better?

Someone else reading the book. The narrator is so awful that I couldn't even make it past the first two minutes.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Her tone and delivery don't fit the content of the book in the slightest, and listening to her was annoying and grating. She sounded like she should be doing infomercial voiceovers, not recording audiobooks.

Any additional comments?

The book itself is good, but buy the print version rather than the audio.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful