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Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom Oracle Cards by Dr Christiane Northrup
On the Back of the Deck
The were created by Dr Northrup to help women reach clarity, fulfillment and success in each of five major life areas: fertility and creativity, partnership, self-expression, self-care and nurturance, and the development of an enlightened mind and heart.
This beautiful deck includes 50 oracle cards, each with a unique illustration on one side and a detailed explanation of its meaning on the other. It also includes an instruction booklet that offers practical ways to access intuitive, grounded information on a number of issues, from the patterns that guide your relationships to ways of getting a creative project off the ground to the energies that underlie your state of health.
In this new edition, artwork from artist Jena DellaGrottaglia lends new energy, and an aesthetic at once fresh and timeless, to this classic set of archetypes and life themes.
Pack Includes: A 95 page guidebook and 50 card deck.
Card Size: Approximately 9 x 12.5 cm (3.5 x 5").
About the Author
Christiane Northrup, M.D., board certified ob/gyn, former assistant clinical professor of ob/gyn at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, New York Times best-selling author, is a visionary pioneer in women's health. After decades on the front lines of her profession as a practicing physician in obstetrics and gynecology, she now teachers women how to thrives at every stage of life and encourages them to create health on all levels by tuning in to their inner wisdom.
Critical Essays Women in The Handmaids Tale
The turning point came in the late 1880s and early 1890s, when the nation experienced a surge of volunteerism among middle-class women—activists in progressive causes, members of women’s clubs and professional societies, temperance advocates, and participants in local civic and charity organizations. The determination of these women to expand their sphere of activities further outside the home helped legitimize the suffrage movement and provided new momentum for the NWSA and the AWSA. By 1890, seeking to capitalize on their newfound “constituency,” the two groups united to form the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA).6 Led initially by Stanton and then by Anthony, the NAWSA began to draw on the support of women activists in organizations as diverse as the Women’s Trade Union League, the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, and the National Consumers League.