The first book by R.N. Pagani is about the reconstruction of our perception and application of the feminine in the world that we live. So much of our connection with the feminine, even within women, is met with an aversion to her embrace. The big “She” surrounds us, permeates us, and issues forth from our being. Yet, we try unconsciously to box her in, limit her, and anticipate her, as we would try to limit any act of chaos. What Mrs. Pagani articulates in this book is the relaxation around the inherent nature and wisdom of the feminine that we should tap into rather than master.
For the linear masculine thought processes in all of us, both men and woman, Mrs. Pagani gives a thoughtful presentation of where we are now and where we should be in relationship to the feminine. Ample research and statistics interlace the fabric of this work as Mrs. Pagani explores the roadblocks experienced by the feminine attempting to force herself into a post-feminism western masculine paradigm. Mrs. Pagani also gives us many personal examples of her own journey with stories and interviews with a broad spectrum of women from many different backgrounds.
Ultimately, Mrs. Pagani draws on spiritual texts to urge her readers to embrace the calling to theosis which is to become by grace what God is by nature. By traveling on a journey to theosis, women are able to embrace and utilize more of their feminine nature. In nature, a woman’s capacity to feel, understand and relate to the vibrations of the world beyond her own physical body is truly the art of any divine relationship whether ethereal or material. While this spiritual journey may have consequences in a post-feminist gender-neutral world, Mrs. Pagani argues that the fruits of the journey are worth the risks. Urging women to take up this spiritual calling, Mrs. Pagani’s desire is to create a feminine (not feminist) revolution in the workplace, relationships, families, and spiritual lives of millions of western women. While feminists argue that women have to work to acquire power in the working world, Mrs. Pagani argues that the feminine is the source of power in the greater world. The big “She” is where all are seeking to arrive. This is a book that can be read in a weekend, but can be studied and applied to our lives over an entire lifetime.
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