Feminine Masculine Balance - a paradigm shift for a peaceful and abundant society

Author(s): Jacqueline MCLEOD

Sociology | Self Help & Relationships | New Age/Mind, Body, Spirit

We're well into the twenty-first century, yet we continue to struggle with the same problemsthat have plagued us for centuries. Violence. Poverty. Inequality. Toxic relationships. Ashopeless as it seems, however, real change is possible. The first step is to understand the driving force behind all the turmoil in the world.

In Feminine Masculine Balance, Jacqueline McLeod explains how masculine and feminineenergies are unbalanced on a global scale. Masculine attributes like competitiveness, rationality, and detachment, while beneficial for all genders, grow dangerous when theydominate our value systems. With compassion and humor, Jacqueline demonstrates howwomen and men alike can become better versions of themselves by valuing and respectingtheir feminine energies to the same level as their masculine energies.

It's past time for humanity to wake up. Jacqueline's insights into our out-of-whacksociety-and her vision of a world in balance-will open our eyes to a new way of being


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Jacqueline brings a wealth of world and life experience and a background as a health professional and clinician which complements her esoteric knowledge and intuitive skills. Jacqueline has had a lifelong passion for self-development which led her to the studies of tarot, astrology, spirituality, and “alternative” health. Her life purpose is to assist in achieving a balanced society by empowering the feminine in both women and men. With an ongoing interest in painting and creativity. Jacqueline owns a studio and learning space overlooking a beautiful garden in Sandringham, Melbourne, Australia. Her greatest joys are her two adult children and two grandchildren.

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  • : 9781544511566
  • : Lioncrest Publishing
  • : Lioncrest Publishing
  • : books

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  • : Jacqueline MCLEOD