Book Review: What It Means To Be A Woman by Jacqueline Pirtle

After reading Jacqueline’s 365 Days Of Happiness, it was clear that when it comes to living a life of joy and meaning, she’s truly dedicated. As a holistic practitioner, speaker and bestselling author, Jacqueline is well – versed in the world of mindfulness and self-care, which means even more when you read about the hardships and incredibly challenging experiences she’s lived through and learned from. 

If you’re anything like me, you may be a little resistant to a book that’s supposed to tell you ‘how to be a woman’, but in all honesty – couldn’t we all use guidance sometimes? In a world where we tend to primarily see the skinny, shiny, perfect and pouting versions of women, it’s refreshing to read a book that focuses on what’s actually happening on the inside, in the mind, soul and spirit of women. 

Jacqueline’s enthusiasm and excitement virtually jumps out of every page – so much so that I feel like I can actually hear her voice echoing; “We – women, men and everything in between – need to get out of our forgetful fog and into our remembering ways to recall who we really ARE and how everything really IS. We need to rewind back to the basics and the beginning where energy is all there is – equality is all there is!”Scientifically speaking, we humans literally are 99.9999% energy, and her book is full of ways to work with it in order to feel empowered, present and connected to who you truly are as a woman. If you’re not a woman, this is actually a really insightful book that shows just how much stress, pressure and trauma most women experience, and how they can emerge from difficult experiences even more powerful, honest and whole.  

Especially right now, when the world is in limbo and the idea of what is ‘permanent’, what ‘matters’ and what the really important things in life are, this book is one to have, share with others, and take great inspiration from in living life as a woman authentically and without fear. 

Discover more about Jacqueline Pirtle and find the book at freaky healer.com

Published by emmanewlynyoga

Musician, music lover, yoga teacher, yoga student, massage therapist.

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