Willendorf’s legacy: The Sacred Body a book of writings of the story of women’s bodies.

Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the pages of this powerful collection of art , poetry and essays.

£15.00

Travel through time and discover a world where the fullness of women was both admired and deified. Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the rich pages of this powerful collection of art, poetry and essays celebrating our divine inheritance as daughters of Willendorf.

With contributions from:

Alyscia Cunningham, Amber Quinonez, Anique Radiant Heart, Annie Caplan, Kohenet Annie Matan, Arlene Bailey, Arna BaartzBrenda Oelbaum, Daniel Cox, Elizabeth Ogletree, Fig Ally, Glen Rogers, Hollie Holden, Jakki Moore, Jassy Watson, Jen Cooper, Joey Hartmann-Dow, Kat Shaw, Kitty Star, Leonor Murciano-Luna, PhD, Luisah Teish, Lydia Ruyle, Max Dashu, Molly Remer, Nicola O’Hanlon, Patricia Lynn Reilly, Pegi Eyers, Sharon Smith, Tamara Albanna and Trista Hendren

Praise for Willendorf’s Legacy
Women are rising and will continue to rise—coming out of the shadows of the underworld with the powers of transformation. This book offers a treasure trove of short articles written by a variety of contributors. It is a feast of the feminine and I highly recommend this book.”

-Dr. Sharon Mijares. Author of The Power of the Feminine: Facing Shadow Evoking Light with Aliaa Rafea, Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Joshua Amponsem, & Mary Rogers.

“A surprisingly small statue was discovered near Willendorf and I have loved her since I first saw her. Mysteriously unfaced, deliciously round, solid, ultimate female. I used her image in my book, Embracing Willendorf: a Witch’s Way of Loving Your Body to Health and Fitness and I used her to learn to love my voluptuous body when the culture told me it was ugly and wrong.

This new book continues that work in a fresh and exciting way and I whole-heartedly recommend it. Well organized and well written, Willendorf’s Legacy: The Sacred Body, is a careful compilation of writings about the history of women’s bodies, both sacred and defiled. This book should be read by women, young and old and in-between, and discussed in groups and workshops and conferences. The time is now to smash through the barriers that keep women from full participation in the world and this book lays the foundation for women’s strength and self-confidence. Physical power begins with loving our bodies and treating them (and therefore ourselves) with respect and the deepest love.

Get it. Read it. Live it. The time is now.”

Weight 265 g
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 1.5 cm

Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the pages of this powerful collection of art , poetry and essays.

£15.00

Travel through time and discover a world where the fullness of women was both admired and deified. Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the rich pages of this powerful collection of art, poetry and essays celebrating our divine inheritance as daughters of Willendorf.

With contributions from:

Alyscia Cunningham, Amber Quinonez, Anique Radiant Heart, Annie Caplan, Kohenet Annie Matan, Arlene Bailey, Arna BaartzBrenda Oelbaum, Daniel Cox, Elizabeth Ogletree, Fig Ally, Glen Rogers, Hollie Holden, Jakki Moore, Jassy Watson, Jen Cooper, Joey Hartmann-Dow, Kat Shaw, Kitty Star, Leonor Murciano-Luna, PhD, Luisah Teish, Lydia Ruyle, Max Dashu, Molly Remer, Nicola O’Hanlon, Patricia Lynn Reilly, Pegi Eyers, Sharon Smith, Tamara Albanna and Trista Hendren

Praise for Willendorf’s Legacy
Women are rising and will continue to rise—coming out of the shadows of the underworld with the powers of transformation. This book offers a treasure trove of short articles written by a variety of contributors. It is a feast of the feminine and I highly recommend this book.”

-Dr. Sharon Mijares. Author of The Power of the Feminine: Facing Shadow Evoking Light with Aliaa Rafea, Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Joshua Amponsem, & Mary Rogers.

“A surprisingly small statue was discovered near Willendorf and I have loved her since I first saw her. Mysteriously unfaced, deliciously round, solid, ultimate female. I used her image in my book, Embracing Willendorf: a Witch’s Way of Loving Your Body to Health and Fitness and I used her to learn to love my voluptuous body when the culture told me it was ugly and wrong.

This new book continues that work in a fresh and exciting way and I whole-heartedly recommend it. Well organized and well written, Willendorf’s Legacy: The Sacred Body, is a careful compilation of writings about the history of women’s bodies, both sacred and defiled. This book should be read by women, young and old and in-between, and discussed in groups and workshops and conferences. The time is now to smash through the barriers that keep women from full participation in the world and this book lays the foundation for women’s strength and self-confidence. Physical power begins with loving our bodies and treating them (and therefore ourselves) with respect and the deepest love.

Get it. Read it. Live it. The time is now.”

Weight 265 g
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 1.5 cm

Travel through time and discover a world where the fullness of women was both admired and deified. Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the rich pages of this powerful collection of art, poetry and essays celebrating our divine inheritance as daughters of Willendorf.

With contributions from:

Alyscia Cunningham, Amber Quinonez, Anique Radiant Heart, Annie Caplan, Kohenet Annie Matan, Arlene Bailey, Arna BaartzBrenda Oelbaum, Daniel Cox, Elizabeth Ogletree, Fig Ally, Glen Rogers, Hollie Holden, Jakki Moore, Jassy Watson, Jen Cooper, Joey Hartmann-Dow, Kat Shaw, Kitty Star, Leonor Murciano-Luna, PhD, Luisah Teish, Lydia Ruyle, Max Dashu, Molly Remer, Nicola O’Hanlon, Patricia Lynn Reilly, Pegi Eyers, Sharon Smith, Tamara Albanna and Trista Hendren

Praise for Willendorf’s Legacy
Women are rising and will continue to rise—coming out of the shadows of the underworld with the powers of transformation. This book offers a treasure trove of short articles written by a variety of contributors. It is a feast of the feminine and I highly recommend this book.”

-Dr. Sharon Mijares. Author of The Power of the Feminine: Facing Shadow Evoking Light with Aliaa Rafea, Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Joshua Amponsem, & Mary Rogers.

“A surprisingly small statue was discovered near Willendorf and I have loved her since I first saw her. Mysteriously unfaced, deliciously round, solid, ultimate female. I used her image in my book, Embracing Willendorf: a Witch’s Way of Loving Your Body to Health and Fitness and I used her to learn to love my voluptuous body when the culture told me it was ugly and wrong.

This new book continues that work in a fresh and exciting way and I whole-heartedly recommend it. Well organized and well written, Willendorf’s Legacy: The Sacred Body, is a careful compilation of writings about the history of women’s bodies, both sacred and defiled. This book should be read by women, young and old and in-between, and discussed in groups and workshops and conferences. The time is now to smash through the barriers that keep women from full participation in the world and this book lays the foundation for women’s strength and self-confidence. Physical power begins with loving our bodies and treating them (and therefore ourselves) with respect and the deepest love.

Get it. Read it. Live it. The time is now.”

Reclaim your beautiful Goddess body through the pages of this powerful collection of art , poetry and essays.

£15.00

Weight 265 g
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 1.5 cm