The Feminine Light
The Tao Te Ching for Inspiring Women
The Power of Being

 

 

Who are you as a woman? What does it mean to be a woman? Who are you as a spirit of light? What is the real difference between a woman and a man? What if we were all to agree that a woman "is" spirit while a man "has" spirit? How might the "valuing of spirit" be better recognized around the world to increase the welfare of all women individually as well as collectively? Can a woman become self-realized and enlightened in her own consciousness of herself? In physically sharing this planet with men, can we own the awareness of who we are as women? How do we learn to value ourselves and the innocence of our gender?

 

As women, the art of listening to the self begins the quest toward seeing ourselves more clearly, moving with enhanced fluidity through life, having a greater sense of fulfillment and expanding our own enlightenment. By honoring a dialogue of daily spiritual meditations and deeply introspective questions, we discover the power of the feminine.

 

In over 2,500 years, The Feminine Light is the first translated version of The Tao Te Ching written by a woman specifically for Women. The author provides after each of the poetic 81 verses thoughtfully profound questions to assist the reader in coming to understand the material - the philosophy of the Tao. By immersing oneself in The Tao, one is able to come to know oneself. A companion for life...

 

 

"Each day, may you discover the Lotus of your spirit, bring forth your beauty to nourish and care for yourself, realize yourself with integrity, share the blessings of your own enlightenment and guide yourself gently in loving with the wisdom of your heart..."

 

-Stephany Lane Yarbrough, The Feminine Light

 

 

Follow the journey to embrace your radiance...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How have you learned to trust yourself to hear your own voice? Do you take the time to self-reflect, know yourself and embrace your radiance...?

 

In The Feminine Light, you will discover and learn to:

 

Know the differences between Womanhood and Manhood.
Use "darkness" and its symptoms and turn it into the path of your own enlightenment.
Have a greater sense of self-worth and fulfillment.
Prepare the way for self-ownership, accountability and self- compassion.
Have increased abilities to see life more clearly.
Connect with your spiritual unfolding and timing.
Find your truth and the purpose behind your light.
Be an empowered woman in life no matter what.
Love yourself as a woman.
Listen to your intuition and be conscious of your choices.
Remain spiritually centered and balanced.
Establish relationships with integrity.
Be safe and happy.
Co-create a world of your own making.
Appreciate yourself.
Join with like-minded women in creating a Voice.
Just be and enjoy your self-acceptance.

 

 

 

"It's a lovely book. For women around the world, the questions raised in The Feminine Light are profound ones. The Tao, this universal and intimate balance, is at the heart and soul of our work through NoVo. Thank you for sharing!"

-Jennifer Buffett
Board of Directors, The Novo Foundation
www.NovoFoundation.org

 

 

"Stephany Lane Yarbrough seeks wholeness and truth by following the path of The Tao de Ching. In her beautifully written, poetic, The Feminine Light she invites us with wisdom and compassion to join her. For all of us, this book is a welcoming guide on the path toward harmony - not only with one's self but also with the world."

-Barry M. Panter
M.D., PH.D., Diplomate American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry USC School of Medicine
Co-Author/Editor: Creativity and Madness: Psychoanalytic Studies of Art and Artists
Founder and Director of The American Institute of Medical Education
www.aimed.com

 

 

"This book offers a wonderful resource of insights and truth passed down through generations that are enlightening and empowering. A book you can open to any page on any day and find the wisdom that casts a light on the beauty of the feminine."

-Joanne Mednick
Marriage and Family Therapist with a global practice focusing on women's issues and addictions
www.JoanneMednick.com

 

 

"A book of insights that are deep, personal and honest: listen to your heart, know your truth and understand your value. A definite read and more..."

-John Milan
Board of Directors, The Women's Clinic & Family Counseling Center, Los Angeles, CA
www.Womens-Clinic.org

 

 

"The realizations within The Feminine Light capture the heart of the "Great Mother's" teachings with love and directness. An experiential and useful exploration of the Tao Te Ching from the perspective of the feminine or Yin which speaks to the woman who is ever becoming and about the natural differences between being a woman and a man."

-"LB" Terrence Brotherton
Practitioner and Teacher of Eastern Healing and Meditation
Disciple of Taoist Elixer Style, Los Angeles, CA

 

 

"The Feminine Light takes us on a brave and perhaps unfamiliar journey of discovery, contemplation, empowerment and reconnection with the true woman within; our gift to ourselves and to the world."

-Jodie Myers
Childbirth Filmmaker
www.MyBirthMovie.com

 

 

"Through The Feminine Light we experience an amazing passage that provides profound insight into our feminine power and wisdom."

-Dori DeCarlo
Talk Show Host of The Word of Mom Show and Founder/CEO S1 Safety First
www.s1bags.com

 

 

"Through the author's exploration of the trials and tribulations we all experience on our life's journey, we, as women, learn that we are continuously evolving, capable of immeasurable love and generosity as well as influence. Bravo!"

-Cathy Malatesta
President of Lawless Entertainment, Inc.
www.Lawlessent.com

 

 

"A quest toward self-discovery..."

-Carol DeGoff
MS, Life and Pampering Coach for Women
www.Winning-Spirit.biz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tao Te Ching, written by Lao-Tzu, a Chinese philosopher who lived in the 6th century B.C., is a simple yet deeply rich book containing 81 verses relating to the ways of nature. They speak to the truths of the universe in order to help you find your path and to live your life in harmony with yourself and others.

 

"From caring comes courage." -Lao-Tzu

 

The Tao (pronounced Dao) loosely translated into English from Chinese means the "way, path or truth," an all-embracing truth present everywhere revealing the laws of nature, the polarities of existence, Yin-Yang, Darkness and Light.

 

 

 

To contact Stephany Lane Yarbrough please email her at contact@yarrowleaf.com or call +1 (310) 651-0774.

 

 

 

Offered especially to you through Yarrow Leaf Publishing