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Witch Unleashed Untamed Unapologetic [PDF / EPUB] Witch Unleashed Untamed Unapologetic Una bruja es una mujer sabia una sanadora Sin embargo durante demasiado tiempo esta palabra ha tenido connotaciones negativas En este libro Lisa Lister tercera generación de una estirpe de brujas rev Una bruja es una mujer sabia una sanadora Sin embargo durante demasiado tiempo esta palabra ha tenido connotaciones negativas En este libro Lisa Lister tercera generación de una estirpe de brujas revela la historia oculta tras este movimiento Witch Unleashed Kindle - por ué tantas fueron uemadas y sobre todo por ué la bruja está despertando hoy en las mujeres de todo el mundo Todas las mujeres son brujas y cuando se conectan con sus orígenes confían en su intuición y usan su magia pueden crear medicina para sanarse a sí mismas y al mundo Este libro es un relato con voz femenina ue acerca la sabiduría antigua al mundo moderno un repaso por las diferentes escuelas de brujería y sus prácticas Descubrirás La rueda del año los sabbats y los ciclos de la luna Herramientas para mejorar tu intuición incluidas las cartas y la radiestesia ue te ayudarán a tomar decisiones de forma rápida y cómoda El antiguo significado verdadero de la palabra «medicina» Cómo hierbas cristales y animales de poder pueden ayudarte en tu trabajo espiritual Sencillos pasos para construir tu propio altar en casa el cual te servirá para enfocar tus intenciones y alinearte con los ciclos estacionales y lunares Cómo limpiar purificar y crear espacio sagrado La manera de trabajar con los elementos para lograr una conexión profunda con el mundo ue te rodea Porue no lo olvides somos las nietas de las brujas ue no pudieron uemar.

10 thoughts on “Witch Unleashed Untamed Unapologetic

  1. says:

    Getting through this book was practically unbearable I should have listened to my gut when it started churning at the obnoxious introduction to the book which was dripping the disgusting outdated vagina centric language characteristic of so many feminist books of the 90s and early 2000s Oh wait what? This book just came out this year? Gross Seriously this book even made me as a cis woman the audience the author goes out of her way to mention the book is for she seems to express in her intro that she doesn't think trans women are women uncomfortable Moving past the excessive fixation on female genetalia this book also doesn't really contain sufficient information on witchcraft itself The first third of the book is basically just your run of the mill feminist witchcraft rant Blah blah patriarchy blah blah burning times blah blah EMBRACE YOUR PUSSY POWER blah blah blah Such a drag The real shame here is that by devoting so much time and energy to focusing on the feminist aspect of feminist witchcraft the author left a lot to be desired in the way of witchcraft guidance The information provided is very basic and honestly you could google it or learn it from pretty much any other beginner's witchcraft book and feel a lot less awkward The one thing this book did offer was a first hand non appropriative peak into what the family Roma traditions of witchcraft actually look like and for that I begrudgingly gave back a star because that small portion of the book did feel incredibly human and intimate in a way many books on witchcraft just don't any Anyway if you're trans male or kind of fed up with the weird fetishy feminist rhetoric that I thought has died out by now read basically any other witchcraft 101 book Seriously

  2. says:

    I don't know where to start with this text Its transphobicreproductive centered approach to womanhood and femininity? Its easy dismissal of cultural appropriation? Its absurd disapproval of or less all modern medicine and particularly the use of hormonal birth control? Its blatant misunderstanding of history? Its relative lack of any actually useful information on paganismwitchcraft?Which is essentially to say that I found this book summarily awful There's a lot a person can do when tying to update and re imagine the concept of the witch This bizarre pussy obsessed version is not one of them For any woman cis or trans who doesn't obsess over sex who has a complicated relationship with their genitals or lack there of that can't just be written off with a lackadaisical but they're where ALL my power sits; who is infertile or surgically altered just knowthis book does very little to make you feel valid as a magical practitioner You may read it and disagree and I suppose that's a good thing if it turns out the book is inclusive than I thought but know this book emphasizes over and over again how necessary vaginas ovaries wombs and clitorises are to womanhood and magic making So if you don't have those things or do and would rather you didn't I wouldn't recommend this text Note I myself am cis if a transnonbinary person thinks I've overstepped let me know so I can correct myselfThis book is also very white The author is of Romani descent and she uses the term gpsy constantly her prerogative as a member of that community but something I want to mention either way but she's also part Traveller and she considers herself white The picture in the back supports that notion and her carefree way of picking from cultural traditions that are not hers without second thought and encouraging her readers to do the same fits right in line with white patriarchal ideology She's not concerned with making people of color feel safe in her book and as a woman of color I took a lot of issue with that Reading this book was a struggle for me and its scary to think there are people who believe this is what a modern witch needs to be like This version of magic and spirituality is exclusive and alarming This version of history is whitewashed and incomplete This version of womanhood is reductive and offensive Also she uotes Joss Whedon like he's not a terrible example of male feminism and that's honestly the last straw for meETA A couple of folks in the comments have asked how this book is transphobic I’ve decided to take one for the team and look back into this book to find some example of transphobic language I’ll post some uotes and then talk a little further about it “The witch is a woman fully in her power She’s in touch with the dark She knows how to be the witness how to let things go and how to follow her own counsel Most importantly though she uestions EVERYTHING She’s connected pussy to the Earth” “And it’s our wholeness our intuition our magic and our power—the power that lies between our thighs—that will truly change the world” “So waking and reclaiming the witch takes really big ovaries If you want to do this it takes a womb deep recognition that you are A woman who is powerful You bleed for five days and don’t die don’t tell me that doesn’t make you a superhero” “I thoughtI’ll piss off the transgender community for not addressing them either Yet this is the work I do I do women’s work and I’m definitely not going to apologize for that That thought? That need to apologize? That’s the very reason I HAVE to write this bookWhat I write is not intended to exclude others But trying to be all inclusive would totally miss the point It would feel like I was bypassing the particular story that I believe needs to be told; because while some incredible brave and courageous women have come before us and paved the way there’s still a lot of work to be done”There’s This is just from the introduction Some may argue that because Lister has acknowledged her exclusion of trans women in her conversation she’s covered her ass in terms of being problematic But saying “I can’t include everyone I can only share my perspective” is not the same thing as actively insisting womanhood—NOT just cis womanhood but womanhood in general—only refers people with vaginas wombs and menstrual cycles at every available turn You may say “This book isn’t for trans women” And that would be true But that makes ittransphobic It’s a hostile read for any woman who doesn’t boast the right body parts Lister argues are necessary for magical empowerment And if she’s cool ostracizing an entire aspect of the paganWiccanwitchcraft community in her book then there needs to be a up front acceptance that her text is blatantly phobic to trans people That’s how transphobia works If you write a book that explicitly links womanhood to cis anatomy then you and your book are transphobic Thanks for coming to my TedTalk

  3. says:

    Really interesting totally out of my usual not completely my cup of tea but a lot of cool new knowledge to learn about

  4. says:

    This book was so self serving and preachy that I was non stop eye rolling for the entire time reading This book was all about women power while also feeling very patronizing to women reading it Further the author is so incredibly transphobic I purchased this book as a supplemental resource but there is no actual intelligent information communicated in this bookThe author needs to realize her privilege and stop preaching about feminism when she obviously is a non apologetic transphobic piece of trash

  5. says:

    This book is pretty transphobic and also so awkward If you're looking for information about actual witchcraft move along If you want to read about vagina power well I guess this might be for you It was not for me

  6. says:

    I am so happy I didn't pay for this I took this out from the library not doing much research Being a sucker for withcy books and sleek minimalist covers I was like ok cool cool cool cool I could not finish this Actually I could barely get through the first chapter There are some much elegant in depth reviews but here this book is basically transphobic trash If you're looking for a good witchy book I recommend Jailbreaking the Goddess

  7. says:

    I really loved Lisa's book It is written in a way to empower women on what has long been forgotten and that is the roots and true nature of feminine power A lot of readers are freaking out claiming that Lisa is transphobic I don't feel this at all from the book If you are familiar with Lisa's teachings this is her 3rd book for those who are new to her you know that she has built her brand on womb teachings and the power of the menstrual cycle I feel that Lisa can express herself this way that it can be empowering and that trans people can even appreciate a lot of what she is meaning in her teachings even if they don't have periods or a womb same applies to women who have gone through menopause or had hysterectomies This is powerful stuff here as long as you come to it with an open mind and are wanting to learn rather than coming at it with a chip on your shoulder

  8. says:

    DNF Perhaps there's to this book after that first couple of pages but I decided to walk away from the all up in your face approach of telling me I'm not empowered Moreover I can't relate to the notion that my power emanates from my vagina I was hoping for a book that celebrated women and provided insights into their connection with the earth its rhythms its wisdom and its elements What I read of this one though made me feel bad for not walking crotch first everywhere in a pair of combat boots

  9. says:

    take a shot every time lisa mentions vaginas and you’ll be in the hospital before you make it past the introduction serves me right for trying to get back into witch stuff and forgetting that it’s absolutely swimming with terfs truly from the bottom of my heart yikes

  10. says:

    For awhile I couldn't exactly decide what to rate this book This book was recommended to me several times by many friends including my sister's fiance I finally stumbled past it in Barnes and Noble and decided to give it a try Immediately off the bat you can feel the author trying to get a rise out of hermostly women of course readers in a good way to make them feel powerful As a traditional witch who has been practicing since I was 13 years old I expected a lot from this book When you study traditional witchcraft and paganism you really see the origins of the divine feminine and how powerful women used to be in several ancient cultures which this author tried to bring up I can also see how this book is a big hit or a massive miss for a lot of readers especially those who say the book is transphobic or the unnecessary use of terms such as pssy power etc As a real feminist I am a firm believer in the fact that womanhood is NOT defined by having a womb and was upset that the trans community was excluded from the book entirely With that being said I will admit that this book DID make me feel powerful and unstoppable and worth something in this life and that I can be anything I set my mind to and most of all this book made me feel proud to call myself a 'witch' Especially in this age where hundreds of years ago it most definitely would have gotten you hanged or burned The author at least did a good job at making you feel empowered to your fullest potential at times I just wished the trans community got the same respect as cis gendered females in this book then I would have given it 5 stars We're all fighting the same battles against patriarchy and it should be recognized

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