Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens For Leadership

Saturday, May 21, 2022

Book Review - Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens For Leadership

Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens For Leadership

About the Book

The world seems to be divided into two kinds of people - those who divide everything into two, and those who don't. Reading Nature, Culture and the Sacred is a step toward melting this false division into "feminine" and "masculine," and allowing each of us to become fully human again and at last.

Bioneers co-founder Nina Simons offers practical guidance and inspiration for anyone who aspires to grow into their own unique form of leadership on behalf of positive change.

Join Bioneers co-founder Nina Simons on an inspiring journey to shed self-limiting beliefs, lead from the heart and discover beloved community as you cultivate your own flourishing and liberation. Inspired and informed by Indigenous wisdom keepers who are leading the way towards a regenerative future, Nina invites women and people of all genders to, as Joanna Macy suggests, "see with new and ancient eyes." Weaving her own insights together with reflections from cutting-edge leaders such as Terry Tempest Williams, Jeannette Armstrong, Alixa Garcia and V (formerly Eve Ensler), she opens thought-provoking pathways for reflection and growth. Discussion guides for each chapter offer prompts for engaging with radical anti-racism and intersectionality, along with interactive practices for individuals and groups to deepen understanding and learning. In this essential handbook for navigating these perilous times with clarity and joy, Nina invites us to remember and reclaim our sacred relationship to the Earth by rebalancing our selves and our societies.

Find Nature Culture and the Sacred A Woman Listens For Leadership on Amazon.
My Take on the Book
This is a great book that really brings out the power of women and what they can bring to leadership situations. The book allows you to better understand what women have to offer and how challenge and adversity bring these gifts to the workplace and beyond. The book is full of a ton of wisdom about the ways of women and how we all can save the Earth while replacing out the patriarchal structure that has been around for too many years! 

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