Liyana Silver - Feminine Genius (San Francisco)

Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 6:30pm

“Women are like candle flames,” writes Liyana Silver. “We can be dazzling sources of light and fire. But most of us are dimmed down, stressed out, and burnt out. The woman who will help to light and heal our world does the radical act of turning her own inner flame back on.” Feminine Genius combines Liyana’s insightful prose with nitty-gritty practices to help us break free of the conditioned cages that keep us trapped and reclaim the sensuality, power, and wild intelligence hidden within.

There is a particular kind of insanity running rampant in the world that compels most women to stuff down, ignore, or hide parts of ourselves in order to be acceptable, attractive, or taken seriously.

Which doesn’t work. It actually ensures we remain unfulfilled, miserable, and at war with ourselves—and that is a war no woman can win.

So now comes the good news: There is a path to help you become the woman you are aching to become.

This path is unruly, messy, a wee bit naughty, and audaciously asks you trust the very parts of you that you previously warred against. While this path has no script, map, or blueprint, you’ll learn to use your sensuous, desirous, wildly feeling female body as a steadfast and trustworthy compass.

Liyana Silver is a coach, teacher, and speaker who helps women find the full expression of their feminine strength in work and life. Her offerings include the mentorship program Woman: The Embodiment Experience and The Inner Feminine Badass Bootcamp online course. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.

Location: 
1 Ferry Building
San Francisco, CA 94111
Feminine Genius: The Provocative Path to Waking Up and Turning on the Wisdom of Being a Woman Cover Image
$17.95
ISBN: 9781622038299
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Sounds True - June 1st, 2017

There is a particular kind of insanity running rampant in the world that compels most women to stuff down, ignore, or hide parts of ourselves in order to be acceptable, attractive, or taken seriously.

Which doesn't work. It actually ensures we remain unfulfilled, miserable, and at war with ourselves--and that is a war no woman can win.