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Are you ready to step into a world where you can trust yourself and trust life? Your body is your guide to accessing your inner wisdom, creativity, sensuality, and soul so that you can fully embody and express your truth, do your sacred work, receive life's blessings, and commune with the divine. This book will help you go beyond illusion to remember the physical sensation of truth in your body as your north star.

Rochelle Schieck draws on spiritual teachings from across the globe, personal pilgrimages from suburban Minnesota to the Madre de Dios River in Peru, and extensive studies of the divine feminine to craft a book that is part memoir, part social commentary, and part workbook, with over 35 detailed exercises that initiate your own life's journey back to yourself. The truth we seek is waiting for us to remember. Through Qoya, we remember that our essence is wise, wild, and free.

©2016 Rochelle Schieck (P)2016 Rochelle Schieck

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A book to inspire, ignite, celebrate and savor our Soul Wisdom here on Earth!

Rochelle's candid narrating takes this book to deeper layers where each word feels like it was carefully crafted to enter into our soul bones and transform us into a more ready to fully live embodied, present, divinely connected. It's the type of book you can listen at different times and always receive a new nugget of wisdom perfect for that particular moment!

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Best audible I've heard in a long while

Beautifully told tales of adventure, heartbreak and reconciliation. Rochelle reads this book in a way that you never want it to end.

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Amazing !

Beautiful, well written, life changing. If you are on a spiritual journey it's a must read!

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I love having Rochelle's voice in my living room!

Where does Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life That Is Wise, Wild and Free rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I am really glad I waited to listen to Qoya with Rochelle reading because it feels like Rochelle is in my living room. She is a mix of best friend, teacher, mama, grandmother, shaman, writer, magician and exotic dancer. I deeply appreciate her work bringing our awareness to the divine feminine and her commitment to bringing healing both to herself and the world. She reminds me that we are both human and divine—all of us. She dismantles the hierarchy of organized religion and spirituality to bring everyone into their deeper wisdom and connection.From Rochelle, I feel like I have the permission to listen to my body and to keep asking myself for deeper and deeper messages.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Qoya: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life That Is Wise, Wild and Free?

The most memorable moments are when Rochelle shares her ayahuasca journey. Also, her tone is very memorable and personable.

Have you listened to any of Rochelle Schieck’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have taken her videos on-line and gone to workshops. I really appreciate how deeply she shares in this book. Qoya has helped me move through some really dark times in my life. I hope that it continues to grow, blossom, and be shared with others.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

For the women who dare to be wise, wild, and free!

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I feel like Rochelle is an older sister guiding me through places we have both been (light and dark) with the super power of love. I feel like I cling to her positivity while listening to this book. I appreciate the journey she has gone on to be a whole feminine and embodied person dancing on this earth.

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I'm sorry I bought this.
I'm sorry for the time I lost reading it.
I didn't get one thing from it.

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