THE WOMAN WHO DREAMS HERSELF

A Guide for Awakening the Feminine

by Pamela A. Field


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/29/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781456821227
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781456821234

About the Book

This book is a combination of discoveriesmade during fifteen years of leading women’sworkshops, patterns observed while offeringhundreds of individual healing sessions and anexploration of native prophecies. The Woman Who Dreams Herself is a guide for understanding and awakening the feminine to restore balance on an individual, societal and planetary level.


About the Author

Pamela is an international workshop leader, speaker and healer with more than twenty years of experience. Pamela's Bio Pamela Field holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Cross Cultural Studies and International Affairs from the State University of New York. Author of the book, The Woman Who Dreams Herself - A Guide for Awakening the Feminine. For more information, click here. For many years, Pamela traveled to explore the healing methods and spiritual practices of different native cultures, including; the Sioux Lakota, Apache, Toltec, Maya and Maori (in New Zealand ). From 1995 until 1998 she attended numerous workshops and conferences offered by Carlos Castaneda in California and Mexico. She lived in Barcelona from 1999 until 2009 and traveled throughout Spain (also to the U.K. Germany, Switzerland and Austria) leading women's workshops, giving conferences and offering healing work. Pamela is an Arolo Tifar Master and Reiki Master (Usui System). She lived in Tucson, Arizona from 2009 until 2011 and is the official representative of Arolo Tifar in the United States. She has trained hundreds of people in Arolo Tifar internationally and has assisted equally as many through individual healing sessions. For testimonies from clients, click here. She collaborated with the Department of Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona (founded by Dr. Andrew Weil), with physicians and researchers. For more information about her collaboration with the University of Arizona, click here. To read a letter of recommendation from a physician, click here. She is trained as a clinical research therapist and participated in a three-month experiment focused on the validation of long-distance healing (organized by Melinda Conner, Ph.D. and Optimal Healing Research). For the results of this experiment, click here.