|Witch Unleashed. Untamed. Unapologetic.|
Witch: Unleashed. Untamed. Unapologetic.
Author: Lisa Lister
Release Date: May 9, 2017
Publisher: Hay House UK
Genre: Feminism, Witchcraft, Paganism, Self-Help
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Not going to lie it was very difficult to get past the constant talk of pussypower. There is nothing wrong with being a feminist it's just a little overdone in this book. I mean be proud of your vagina all you want. But good God I know way too much about her vagina than I care to. lol
I know it's important to love and accept your body that way you can better understand it and know when it is trying to tell you something. But the author took her message to an extreme and repeated herself quite a bit. Which really made it hard for me to get through the book.
Lisa tells the story of her journey, and that involves the story of her family which is very interesting. A lot of her family stories are very beautiful and endearing. It really feels like she's letting you into her life, which makes you feel as if the two of you are already friends.
I really enjoyed that she includes the Sabbaths in her book. The rituals for the sabits are not too complicated, they're very practical. Some authors have a tendency of making the sabbaths extremely complicated or long-winded for no reason. Lisa does not follow that standard and I love that.
She also encourages you to follow your instincts magically which is something that you also don't hear or read often. So this is a very refreshing change of pace when it comes to how to do magic or practice paganism Etc. By the end of the book, you feel like you have all the tools and instructions that you need to really embrace your divine feminine power.
I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars. Honestly, I like the book but she was way too repetitious about her feminine message and it got old really quick. That's why I'm giving her this particular score. It would have been a phenomenal book if she would have balanced out her message with maybe a little bit more humor. The good thing is that once you get past the initial first four chapters it gets better and more digestible.
I think this is an awesome book for any woman who feels disconnected from their feminine physical and spiritual body. Even if you are not born a woman I think this book can definitely help you connect with your feminine spiritual body. So I think this is good all around.