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Written with clarity, kindness and compassion, this was to me an incredibly useful book. I think having a strong spiritual female figure is nourishing for the soul. The practice is uplifting and grounding at the same time, and brings a strong sense of peace. I never expected experiencing such states from practicing alone and following a book. I'm grateful.
At first, I was skeptical. I have been using the meditations in this book now for almost 60 days straight! And I will continue to do so. For anyone who is seeking for the divine feminine, you've found it! You have found your goddess right here, and every phrase will transform your heart to your own inner wisdom. Truly life-changing.
Tara is the divine feminine presence that is currently re-emerging on the planet. Understanding her pure love and compassion brings us closer to our true nature. Rachael Wooten reintroduces us to Mother Tara with powerful practices and advice that have changed my life in many ways.
I’m beyond grateful I purchased this book and I’m incredibly grateful to Rachel for writing it. As the world changes and the new dawn arises, it’s important to have practices that support our evolution. This book does just that.
This is a rich and inspirational book. I bought it out of curiosity at the suggestion of a friend, and it has transformed my practice and my entire spiritual landscape. I highly recommend it. It is very readable and thorough and seamlessly blends the study and practice of Tara devotion with resonances in contemporary psychology.
I purchased the hard copy of this book after listening to Audible. The amount of detail and summarization went over and above for someone who just wanted to learn about the Female Buddha. I felt inspired, motivated, and transformed to follow the Tara practices. I have Dr. Rachael Wooten to thank for her well-articulated and well-written depicture of the Female Buddha, Tara, in this book. Thank you.