Every month I share transformational conversations with women who have learned to walk in beauty, with the strength, courage, and pleasure of reclaiming their feminine sovereignty. Women all over the world are rising up to have their voices heard and to ...
Every month I share transformational conversations with women who have learned to walk in beauty, with the strength, courage, and pleasure of reclaiming their feminine sovereignty. Women all over the world are rising up to have their voices heard and to be treated with respect. I like to give each of their voices a platform to speak their truth and inspire our listeners to do the same.
Today it's my honor to introduce you to Danielle Dulsky who amongst many things, is a midwife for helping us dig deep to access our holy wildness. She reminds us that we were all wild once.
I first introduced you to Danielle during the Goddess Talk Sessions and again when she published her first book, Woman Most Wild(New World Library).
Danielle Dulsky is the author of The Holy Wildand Woman Most Wild. She is an artist, yoga teacher, energy worker, and founder of Living Mandala Yoga teacher training programs. She leads women’s circles, witchcraft workshops, and energy healing trainings and lives in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
Today we’ll be discussing Danielle’s new book, The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman
The Holy Wild is the bible for the modern witch (female, male, or beyond the gender binary) who wants to deepen their spiritual power and embody magic at a new level. It is the book that can open up a previously timid or nervous person, who is afraid, yet excited about their energetic power. It is a guidebook for anyone who wants to look at their lives in a new way and reclaim the passionate vibrancy that our patriarchal culture may have stifled or tried to snuff out.
The Holy Wild is a potent and powerful read… You can get a copy wherever books are sold.
Your book is called The Holy Wild: A Heathen Bible for the Untamed Woman. How did you come up with this title?
Who did you write this book for?
What do you mean by the words “wild” and “untamed”?
Could you give us an overview of the five elements, and how you made use of them in your book?
You proudly call yourself a Witch. Can you explain what that means to you
What if our listeners aren’t ready to identify as a Witch, but would like to invite more magick into their lives? Do you have any advice for them?
A significant part of the book offers the reader a chance to write their own “verses” and stories. Why is this so important for their experience?
Where can our listeners get a copy of The Holy Wild?