Designed to encourage women to accept themselves as they really are, the author discourages the negative patterns of the traditional feminine values. Woman in her conditioning often feels powerless to change her life and hence loses her sense of worth. The author is convinced that women can overcome this social conditioning and with an increasing awareness of the dignity of life it is possible to break away from oppression. As a major step to a free self, Feldman offers women guidelines on the breathing and relaxation techniques of meditation in order to learn about, understand and appreciate themselves. The author is one of the founders of Gaia House, a Devon-based retreat centre for insight meditation where she is also a guiding teacher.
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