MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Author and alternative therapist Kirsty E. Green sees a widespread need for improved well-being among women.
To provide women the help they may need to flourish as healthy, productive individuals, Green announces her new book, “Pathways to Restore the Feminine: A Guide to Ritual and Healing Practices” (published by Balboa Press).
“People have basic needs of love, healing, understanding and nurturing,” Green says. “A lot search for the softness of healing and nurturing away from a world that sometimes misreads and measures people harshly in every way you can think of – work, love, appearance, money and status. But the feminine inner endures and once the love and affirmation is restored within, you realize a great deal more, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”
Green’s training in holistic therapy and philosophy guides her writing.
She draws from her more than 20 years of practice with counseling, energy healing, grief and transition ceremonies and nature meditation to create an all-encompassing guide to wellness. Her new book provides meditations and rituals to enrich readers’ lives and bring them peace and serenity.
“Pathways to Restore the Feminine” presents thoughtful and caring words of guidance and inspiration for women, with an emphasis on positive habit creation and overall inner healing.
About the Author
Kirsty E. Green dedicates her life to the use of philosophies that redirect, reawaken and transform the heart and consciousness. Green has worked more than 20 years in the area of alternative therapy. She lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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