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The Wild Woman: Nourishing the Feminine Soul

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The Wild Woman: Nourishing the Feminine Soul

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135 página
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Jan 22, 2021
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9781098342203
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"The Wild Woman" is an empowering book that professes a woman's Divine Feminine as the source of perpetual freedom, unconditional love, and transformative healing. The book discusses liberating the mind from the various doctrines and limiting belief systems that have been instilled in the feminine body through time. This book addresses food issues and eating disorders while embracing themes of self-love. This is a book that helps women build self-esteem by urging a radical sense of self-responsibility.

In this book, author Pamela Wasabi shares a philosophy that compiles various pearls of wisdom based on the principle of honoring the ever-creative feminine energy, the Mother source of life. This includes the psychology of eating based on the teachings of Marc David, as well as the works of Alan Watts, Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and Clarissa Pinkola Estés.
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Jan 22, 2021
ISBN:
9781098342203
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Pamela Wasabi is a lead authority in the plant based and wellness community of Miami. She is most recognized for hosting and preparing farm to table vegan dinners, supporting local agriculture, and leading workshops and lectures on one’s relationship with food, nourishment and sacred femininity. Her background stretches from holistic nutrition, to plant based chef, and psychology of eating. It’s her mission to awaken the collective consciousness into living in Harmony with Nature. She’s been named by Miami New Times as “one of the most visible figures in Miami’s health-food scene.”

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Copyright © 2020 Pamela Wasabi

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any manner without the prior written permission of the copyright owner, except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.

To request permissions, contact the publisher at info@thewildwomanbook.com

Paperback: 978-0-578-71834-7

Ebook: ISBN: 978-1-09834-220-3

First paperback edition November 2020.

Edited by Nirmala Nataraj

Cover art by Danica Gim

danicagim.com

Author Photograph by Santiago Betancur

Printed in the USA.

Celestial Publishing

Miami, FL 33138

pamelawasabi.com

About The Wild Woman

The Wild Woman asserts a woman’s Divine Feminine as the source of perpetual freedom, unconditional love, and transformative healing. The book discusses liberating the mind from the various doctrines and limiting belief systems that have been instilled in the feminine body through time. This book addresses food issues and eating disorders but also embraces themes of self-love, and urges a radical sense of self-responsibility.

In The Wild Woman, author Pamela Wasabi encompasses a philosophy that compiles various pearls of wisdom of the world based on the principle of honoring the ever-creative feminine energy, the Mother source of life. This includes the psychology of eating based on the teachings of Marc David, as well as the works of Alan Watts, Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and Clarissa Pinkola Estés.

The Wild Woman:

Nourishing the Feminine Soul

Healing food issues and eating disorders through the revival of our Divine Feminine.

by Pamela Wasabi

She surrendered to the unknown.

She recognized she had the tools, the knowledge,

and the ovarios to swim through the unpredictable, the uncontrollable, and the foggy views.

She, and every other Wild Woman.

Mamá, para tí.

Contents

Introduction

Genesis

Part I

1. Divine Feminine: The Soul

i.Wild Woman Oracle

2. Absolute Maturity: Mother archetype

3. Gratitude: Relationship with your body

4. Rhythm: celestial bodies

5. Nourishment: Intuitive knowing

6. Divine Love: Collective wisdom

7. Stress Response: Choosing you

8. Human Mind: Honoring yourself

Part II

9. Wild Woman: The truth

10. Orphan: A Cry for love

11. Overeating: Seeking wholeness

12. Binge Eating: Surrendering to the unknown

13. Perfectionism: Self-compassion

14. Chronic Dieting: Living in the present moment

15. Weight: Transforming energy

16. Attachment to the Body: Loss of innocence

17. Self-Rejection: Path to awakening

18. Shielding from Sexuality: Learning to trust again

19. Anorexia and Bulimia: Amnesia of the feminine

20. Stagnant Weight: An act of forgiveness

21. Mom: Relationship with the feminine

22. Dad: Relationship with the masculine

23. Healing: An act of self-responsibility

i.WILD WOMAN’S COMPASS

24. Home: Living in harmony

i.House of Rest

ii.House of Movement

iii.House of Nourishment

iv.House of Self-Love

v.House of Relationships

vi.House of Service

25. An Outlaw: The wild spirit

i.ATTRIBUTES OF THE WILD SPIRITS

26. Returning Home: I am

Conclusion: Book of Revelation

Introduction

I know every woman would agree that coming out to the world wearing her own skin is one of the most challenging confrontations of the self. However, it is one of the most rewarding experiences, and liberating acts of being human.

We women have a very specific relationship with our bodies. I’d go a step further and say the feminine has a unique relationship with the suit that gloves her. Our bodies are instruments we use for expression. Through our bodies, we move, dance, spin, sing, feel! We adorn, pamper, and identify with our bodies. Our bodies speak for us and our most intimate secrets—those we are aware and proud of, and those we yet need to heal.

Our bodies are vehicles for transformation. They allow our spirit to enjoy the very best flavor of being human. They allow us to feel, to have a spiritual experience through a physical body, to love, to connect, to care for one and another, to rejoice in this exact instant, to be grateful for being here.

However, the relationship women have with their bodies is not always positive. About 90% of women suffer from body dysmorphia, food issues, or eating disorders that mainly attack the body. Even girls as young as five years old are subject to food regimens and restrictive diets in a distorted attempt to fix their bodies.

I’m an author focused on transformational work. My writings are based on helping women heal their relationship with their bodies. This relationship is often skewed by fear. It’s my purpose to transform fear into love. When you are in fear, you perceive your reality as if you are in danger, alone, hopeless, unlovable, and unimportant. I wrote this book to help shift perspectives, and debunk societal myths that act as parasites feeding on our human mind.

Women are often told they have to modify their bodies, or that they need an external gadget or dependency on an outside source to change their bodies and achieve an acceptable body shape by society’s standards. This book invites you to align with your inner Knowing—your higher self, which is the treasure chest of your wisdom and strength. This is what I call the return to your Wild Woman.

In my life of constant studies, from the field of integrative nutrition to the psychology of eating, from Eastern philosophy to women’s empowerment—I have gathered that our physical illnesses are symbolic of an emotional wound. Beyond emotional turmoil—which is usually rooted in issues of abandonment, rejection, isolation, and neglect—there is a common underlying theme that keeps coming up like a stubborn weed. This commonality is our disassociation from our Divine Feminine energy.

It is as if we have forgotten to rejoice in the capabilities of our feminine power; as if we have rejected our nature of being feminine; as if we have stopped believing in ourselves and started believing in the common limited narrative of what feminine means: to be weak, lesser, unimportant, limited, and overly emotional. It is as if we have fallen under a spell…because maybe the spellcaster knows the incredible power of a woman when she knows herself.

There is nothing more dangerous to the systematic numbing of a society limited by its ideas and material obsessions, than a powerful Wild Woman.

A Wild Woman is the archetype to which this book invites every woman to return. This archetype presents itself with the fundamental fabric that holds life together: Divine Love. This is the weapon of creation for the transformation of the self. It entails loving yourself crazy, honoring who you are, respecting your place in the world with the responsibility it commands, and alchemically converting fear into love. Once women break the hypnotic thread from which many of us spend our lives hanging, we make a conscious decision to get to know ourselves and every corner of our experience, body, and soul. Our bodies become agents of loving transformation with Wild Woman consciousness running through our veins. A Wild Woman allows her intangible spirit to have a tangible experience.

A woman who experiences disassociation from her body is a woman disconnected from Divine Feminine energy. She stands in the way of her greatness. She is trying to fit into a paradigm, a story, that doesn’t match who she is. This story was often learned from her environment, culture, society, and family of origin. Thus, to heal food issues and body dysmorphia, the body is not what needs to change—it’s her story that needs to change.

To heal is to grow sound. I interpret this as tuning back into our harmonious vibrational state, our untamed self, our Wild Woman. The Wild Woman will remind you of the Divine Feminine attributes necessary to heal. Some of the fundamentals are: Nourishment, Divine Love, and Gratitude. (To see the full list, refer to the Wild Woman Oracle, at the end of Chapter 1.)

May this book break the spell imposed by fear, which is what stands in the way of liberating our souls. May this book inspire you to ask, speak, and

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