The Woman of Wyrrd

The Woman of Wyrrd From the bestselling author of the Medicine Woman series this new chronicle in the highly successful Sisterhood of the Shields series explores past lives and feminine spirituality

  • Title: The Woman of Wyrrd
  • Author: Lynn V. Andrews
  • ISBN: 9780060974107
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the bestselling author of the Medicine Woman series, this new chronicle in the highly successful Sisterhood of the Shields series explores past lives and feminine spirituality.

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  • Lynn V. Andrews

    Lynn Andrews is the author of the Medicine Woman Series, which chronicles her three decades of study and work with shaman healers on four continents.


  • "Words are a sacred tool and must be honored as such. When used carefully, words have magical healing properties. When used to judge, to hate, or to separate, words are deadly. The words you will be using in this workbook are your basic tools for healing on this journey. Treat them with respect. Honor your words." ~ Lynn V. AndrewsBooks completed:--- Medicine Woman, 1981--- Jaguar Woman and the Wisdom of the Butterfly Tree, 1985--- Star Woman, 1986--- Crystal Woman, 1987--- Windhorse Woman, 198 [...]

  • Lynn V. Andrews writes about her regression to a previous medieval lifetime in The Woman of Wyrrd: The Arousal of the Inner Fire. Lynn is guided by Agnes Whistling Elk through Dreamtime. Lynn emerges as Catherine, a young woman in medieval England. As Catherine, she meets Grandmother, the Woman of Wyrrd, who teachers her young apprentice about love and magic. In Catherine’s adventure, she learns of rituals and ceremonies, the ways of nature, mental skills, and of tradition. She faces death whe [...]

  • The teachings on the luminous fibers are quite wonderful in this book. The writing is a bit clunky - I'm not sure if it is because Lynn is writing from a young teen's perspective as well as trying to convey a different time period, but it's a bit disjointed at times. I wish there was more specific information on the old European traditions of shamanism but I enjoyed it.

  • I loved this book! Although it is non-fiction, I couldn't help comparing it to my favorite fantasy novels. I felt it contained numerous profound messages within a story that is told in a very engaging way. I am looking forward to reading other books by Lynn Andrews. This book has changed my life. After being introduced to the Woman of Wyrrd, I feel as though she is now a close friend.

  • Same story from Lynn Andrews; more to learn from plants and animals and the life of spirit in the body. I liked the time and place of middle england: i must have been there too because it seemed familiar, or maybe it's just the plot line so similar to her other books. still it was a fun read.

  • As with most of Andrew's books it is hard for me to class this as non-fiction. Much like Dion Fortune's books The Sea Priestess and Moon Magic, I think it should be classed as teaching through fiction.

  • It's been a while since I have read, and then reread, this book. I am strongly drawn to traditional medicine and the mystery of having lived many lifetimes. This is the most engaging of all of Lynn V Andrews books for me about shamanic journeying and personal healing.

  • A fascinating book that brings ones search for their inner self and inner understanding out into the physical world. About femininity, spirituality and their combined power this book made feel confident.

  • Another journey of self awareness and spirituality. Good lessons to be learned from all of her writings. Nice change of settings also with the ancient peoples of England.

  • A great series. Each book is very different in setting and plot. The tone varies from book to book, but gives the same mythical feeling.

  • My favorite of all the Lynn Andrews books that I have read. Loved the time that she journeyed back to and the lessons learned. Always gleaning much wisdom from Agnes and Ruby. Loved it.

  • I read most of her books in the 1980s and loved them. This one did not capture my attention at the same level. Maybe it is just me but it was kind of the same story rewritten but not as captivating.

  • The journeys of the women in this series of books amazes me. The work that Lynn does to find herself makes me want to work just as hard. Very inspiring books.

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