Open Your Heart
- How to Be a New Generation Feminine Leader
- Narrated by: Tanya Paluso
- Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-09-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: New Fem Publishing
A new generation feminine leader is a woman who loves, accepts, and forgives herself. Open Your Heart helps bring women together in sisterhood to empower themselves and each other.
With this audiobook you learn about finding your voice and using it; claiming your power and vanquishing shame and blame; loving unconditionally for the sake of generations to come; and partnering with men in the most satisfying and heartfelt way possible.
Tanya talks about feminine leadership as a rallying cry for putting yourself first so you can turn toward helping to save the rest of the planet. She takes the concepts of effective communication and collaboration out of theory and into actionable steps.
In this audiobook, you will learn how to personify, express and engage as a feminine leader in the world through core principles surrounding tribe, as well as embodied practices such as inquiry journaling and affirming rituals. You will know what you need to do next in your life after listening to this audiobook!
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By Tanya on 28-04-18
Better read on own than through audible
Would you try another book from Tanya Paluso and/or Tanya Paluso?
Yes because the content is good.
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
Frustrating listening to the audible because she talks waaaaay too fast without pauses. It was exhausting listening to because of the speed it was read.
By Trina R Maclean on 02-07-16
This might be a better one to read
I chose this audio book because I was interested in the concept of sister circles. With that in mind, it feels strange to put forth criticism, but I feel it would be beneficial.
I wonder if this audio book was edited before being released. There are many errors in pronunciation and slip-ups in the reading. I also found the reading often felt rushed and at points I couldn't tell when she transitioned from subtitles and natural pauses.
This book is more autobiographical than anything. I found it hard to relate to her story even though she kept telling me that I should.
This book is about her process to set Tribal Truth. She often directs the reader to her website for further information. It should be noted that Tribal Truth is now Sistership Circles, so there isn't much to be found at the referred website. If you want to know how to set up a Sistership Circle, you will need to pay to be part of that training.
Overall, I did find some of the story interesting and appreciated some of her perspective on leadership valuable, particularly on engaging both our masculine and feminine energy. That said, it wasn't exactly what I was looking and I probably wouldn't recommend it to others. I suspect if I had read the book rather than listened to the audio, I might feel differently.