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The Breast Cancer Mystery School
Amrita Grace, author and founder of Reclaiming Aphrodite, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and is taking her journey of healing and recovery at this time. She has begun posting video blogs about attending what she calls the "Breast Cancer Mystery School." Additionally, she has compiled an extensive list of complementary cancer care wholeness resources.
Donations to Amrita's recovery fund gratefully accepted below
It's a time for someone who has given and given to learn to surrender and receive. Not that it's always been saintly... sometimes giving is connected to being in control, and choosing not to receive a reflection of a deep sense of non-deserving.
In recent years, however, it has been Amrita's greatest desire to share her wholeness with others who desire it and to be a living example of what's possible when full healing and recovery are claimed.
Newly upgraded and revised 2nd edition now available, with new content, photos, and stories. Reclaiming Aphrodite is designed to assist you in fully healing from sexual wounding.
The book is also available in 2nd edition Kindle version for .99¢, or in soft cover for the cost of shipping.
The path of healing is one we undertake not only for ourselves but also for those we love, for our ancestors, for our children, and for our children’s children. It’s a path that requires great courage, as we must walk of our own accord into the darkness of our souls that we, often by necessity, avoid in everyday life. It is also one of great joy and fulfillment, which leads to deeper and more loving relationships with ourselves and others.
Emotional and sexual trauma are commonplace, lodged in the collective consciousness, and every one of us has the opportunity to heal the collective through our personal healing; and so it is a powerful gift we give to both ourselves and to humanity to begin the work of claiming our sexual wholeness and empowerment and healing our personal, cultural, and ancestral wounds.
For those who so courageously set forth to do so, we bring to you:
“Amrita held the space in a way that was solid yet expansive, powerful yet soft, wise yet filled with curiosity, and always, always enveloped in the blanket of reverence, sacredness and love. The essence I was left with was one of wholeness, strength and wisdom, as well as one of a connection with and responsibility to the collective.” CJ