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With A WOMAN'S WORTH, Marianne Williamson turns her charismatic voice--and the same empowering, spiritually enlightening wisdom that energized her landmark work, A RETURN TO LOVE-- to exploring the crucial role of women in the world today. Drawing deeply and candidly on her own experiences, the author illuminates her thought-provoking positions on such issues as beauty and age, relationships and sex, children and careers, and the reassurance and reassertion of the feminine in a patriarchal society. Cutting across class, race, religion, and gender, A WOMAN'S WORTH speaks powerfully and persuasively to a generation in need of healing, and in search of harmony.

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Par Un client le 5 décembre 2002
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Un très beau livre qui sait parler du bonheur d'être une femme sans féminisme combatif, mais tout en douceur. Un livre court pour dire l'essentiel sans trop s'étaler et nous permette de continuer nous-même, avec nos propres opinions. Et comme Marianne Williamson le dit elle-même, ce livre n'a pas pour but de nous apprendre quelquechose, mais de nous rappeler ce que nous savons déjà, sans oser le dire.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An important book that not only women should read but men as well 16 février 2014
Par RoyceMan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a man with spiritual inclinations I though this book was phenomenal and really important for men to read. I am a student of a course in miracles and loved 'A Return to Love" so I wanted to read this book about women. First of all many men these days seem bitter at women and dating. Some men even think it is easier being a women. After reading this book, you can make a case how it is just as difficult being a woman. Williamson relates how the advertising media feed women messages how they are not pretty enough or even good enough. Even some rock n roll music disparages women. Some bitter men today are frustrated at the dating scene and feel lonely, disenfranchised and empty. However Williamson writes about the loneliness and alienation in this culture many women feel and how much many women desire a relationship with a man. Williamson writes how women have to find inner peace first and love themselves before they could attract a health man. If you reverse the genders the same could be said about men. Much of this book what is said about women can be said about men. I was awestruck at how Williamson mentions that many women (and I would say men as well) actually choose to date unhealthy partners because dating a healthy spiritual person could shine a light into ourselves that we are afraid to look at. I call these people "bottom feeders", dating unhealthy people so they can feel better than themselves. For example, a so called "spiritual" man who chooses a woman based solely on her looks/physique but she offers nothing expansive to him just so he can date a "trophy". It could also be a "spiritual" woman who chooses to date a biker "bad boy" with nothing expansive offer but excitement and testosterone.
I would love as man to recommend or give this book to every woman I know but in reality this book will probably not resonate with many women. This is for a highly evolved person who is seeking a stronger inner life. This could be an intimidating book for a lot of people. Williamson calls women to be Priestesses and talks about feminine spiritual power. She mentions before our patriarchal culture emerged as it is today, women were revered for their spiritual power even by men. What I find so important after reading this book is the healing power between the sexes. It seems today that many men and women are getting bitter towards the opposite sex perhaps because many have been hurt in the dating/romance game as it is or have had bad experiences with parent or so called role models of the opposite sex in childhood. The anonymity of the internet has opened the door for hateful forums and websites from so called Mens Rights Activists bashing women. There are even a few "radical feminist" websites with some hateful comments towards men. If all men could read this book, they will see how it is extremely difficult to be a woman in our society when you are fed messages that you are not worthy. In fact unmarried women as Williamson points out are deemed "spinsters" or "old maids" while unmarried men are known just as bachelors. Look at the double standard that terminology. I think that if many men who have given up dating or are bitter at women read this book, they will become more compassionate toward the plight of women in our culture. What an extraordinary book about having the courage to go within to our deepest souls and be honest with ourselves, and ultimately make the world a more loving place for all.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Should be assigned reading for every woman 24 janvier 2014
Par Yelda Basar Moers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As women we can sell ourselves short as mothers, wives, lovers, friends and employees. Marianne Williamson is our biggest advocate, reminding us that we are worth far more than we allow ourselves to acknowledge. It's easy for women to sacrifice, getting lost in a sea of needs, losing ourselves in others, forgetting our power as creative beings.

I think A Woman's Worth should be assigned reading for every woman.

This is the third book of Williamson's that I've read. I see this book as a 140-page essay rather than a self-help guide. Though the form is at times amorphous and meandering, delving sometimes into Woolfish stream of consciousness, she manages to pinpoint the essence of a woman's role, purpose and spiritual mission. This is quite a large feat for 140 pages! Ultimately, she writes that a woman can only find peace and security in herself. We as the "goddess" can only lead intact. And that peace can only come from a strong spiritual core cultivated through meditation, prayer, yoga, or some type of daily spiritual practice, even physical exercise helps. To love deeply, she argues, is a woman's greatest gift. She discusses children, sex, relationships, but ultimately her core messages comes down to the imperativeness of a whole woman only made whole by a strong connection to God. "The only beloved who can always be counted on is God," she writes.

The golden nugget here is her voice. It is highly engaging, almost enthralling and penetrating. Though her message can get convoluted in so many of her thoughts, to enjoy this book you just have marinate in her words, and stay in the moment of her raw prose.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Should be on every woman's nightstand at some point in her lifetime. 23 juillet 2016
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
They say people come into your life at a time when you need them most. That's what happened here. I had seen Marianne Williamson on Oprah quite a few times over the years. I don't remember what brought me to this book but I sure am glad it did. I listened to it and read it. The words touched me and gave me an insight into myself and my woman hood that I had not ever considered before. This is a MUST read for women! I have purchased several and given them as gifts
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a higher awareness of the feminine essence 2 novembre 2000
Par omehra - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A spiritual look into our self-realization as women. A book for both women and men to acknowledge their feminine powers of compassion, healing, nurturing and intuition. A wonderful call to women to actualize their roles in relationships, family, society and on earth. Marianne's insight is profound and encompassing. I will definitely share this book with other women who I encounter. I have been so moved and filled by her ideas about women's worth that I intend to share those ideas with as many other Filipina women I speak to at conferences and workshops.
This book may at first be hard to digest but as you expand your awareness to a Universal level then the meanings all begin to make sense. Detractors may view this book as anti-men, but this is not the case when you read the book and understand it. On the contrary, she does speak of a balance between both masculine and feminine and a balance between the contributions of men and women within societies that flourished. Read pages 15 to 16 fully and digest the words before you make your own assessment of her meaning. Her book is not anti-men but rather anti-male domination which also means anti-imbalance.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not her best book ... 28 février 2011
Par Terry Stiers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Marianne Williamson has written some wonderful stuff ... this isn't her best work. It is okay in the beginning, gets your attention and makes some good points -- but as you progress through the book, you realize she is saying the same thing over and over -- and it gets boring. And it seems so negative. There are some good 'nuggets' here and there throughout that are thought provoking, but by mid-way through I just wanted to put the book down and be done with it. I will wait a bit, then try to give it a re-read to see if I have the same reaction.
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