• Title English : Witch’s Soul
• Author : Odile CHABRILLAC
• Pages : 240 Sheet
• Publisher : Solar (October 26, 2017)
• Collection : Harmonie
• ISBN-10 : 2263148876
• ISBN-13 : 978-2263148873
• Product Dimensions : 15,5 x 2 x 22,5 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Ebook and Epub
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 7/10
♦ Description : “Feminists before the hour, the witches left as a legacy their knowledge and their powers, so many keys in the service of a free and powerful femininity. Subversive symbol of the feminist revolt, the figure of the witch is now back, ready to question our choices, our relationship to the world, to nature, to the body, to rationality, to sexuality … And what she has to teach us can really change our lives. Far from folklore and clichés, witches carry rich and multiple knowledge, which disturbs and upsets the established order. Why were they slaughtered in the 15th century, why did they try to forget them? Because they dared, in their time, to challenge the church, the authority (masculine in particular) and the very idea of property; they knew how to say “yes” when they wanted and “no” when they thought so.
To reclaim their history, their knowledge, their powers, is to allow each woman to regain her power, making her a worthy heir to the healers and midwives of yesteryear. It is to open new possibilities, in all fields (political, artistic, ecological, philosophical, human especially), it is daring to claim to be different, powerful and nevertheless beneficial.
This contemporary reading of the witches’ legacy resonates sharply in the age of feminist renewal.
– A little history of witches: what we know today witches, what they represented, why they were hunted …
– The powers and know-how of witches, so many fields of exploration of the feminine, well-being and personal development:
nature as a place of authenticity and freedom
freedom of speech, body, sexuality (nudity, polyamour, transgression of taboos …)
emancipation via feminine solidarity
manual work: kitchen, secret garden, work of the earth, wood
medicinal recipes and the secret of plants to cure and cure (phytotherapy, aromatherapy …)
the rituals: the art of fire, music, magic formulas, kundalini, tarot, techniques to load a place, increase its vibratory rate, boost its intuition …”
“Naturopath, psychotherapist and journalist, Odile Chabrillac is the author of several books including Stop controlling everything (Jouvence), the Encyclopedia of well-being (Robert Laffont), Walking to (re) find (Leduc.S), Mon notebook Detox, My notebook Regime all raw, A detox, and it goes away! and regain self-confidence (Solar).
She also founded the magazine Thedifferentmagazine.com (www.thedifferentmagazine.com), which covers all topics related to health, life and alternative medicine.
Odile Chabrillac regularly hosts conferences for various institutions, and corporate training on the theme of well-being (nutrition, health, stress management, natural pharmacy). I practice both naturopathy, psychoanalytic and holistic accompaniment, and writing, after having trained as a naturopath – I am a graduate of Cenatho and Fenahman – and a psychoanalyst – I did a degree in psychology in Paris 08 then a psychoanalytic training at EEPA. I was also trained in holotropic breathing (IRETT), trance with Barbara Schasseur, and transgenerational psychoanalysis (with Bruno Clavier in the Garden of Ideas). I live between Paris and Normandy, but my office is in the capital, although I also consult by Skype.
When I’m not working, I garden, I walk, I cook, I feed my blog, I write books (It’s decided, I think about myself, Editions Plon, Food that makes intelligent, to Plon Editions, Small eulogy of boredom, then Stop controlling everything at Editions Jouvence, Manage your energy even when you’re flat, Recover self-confidence even when you’ve been tackled, 5 stages and fortune smiles at me !, My Detox notebook, as well as A Detox and it goes back to Editions Solar), I give conferences, trainings and do consulting on what I’m passionate about, ie well-being, nutrition, natural health, sustainable development and all this other world opening up to all of us, so rich in promise.”