Susan J. Cobb Ø 4 SummaryI had the chance to meet Susan in May 2016
"at her house "her house San Miguel de Allende in Mexico and to find out about her work so I wanted to ead her book to understand better
her life s journeySusan s book is full of meaningful stories I loved her writing style thelife s journeySusan s book is full of meaningful stories I loved her writing style the of her memories and how it all connects I found her book to be very inspiring and entertaining a book for women of all ages who are looking to understand themselves better and connect with their spiritual selves The thinking behind all her major decisions in life made me ealize how important it is to be present and aware that you are leading your life and it s up to you where you end Real virgins say Yes In Mexico they
say Si With that answer Susan Cobb commits to emodeling a house onSi With that answer Susan Cobb commits to Omnibus Films remodeling a house on coast of Mexico andefurbishing her life along with it Virgin Territory will transport you to the Graeco-Egyptian Magick rural lushness of Mexico's Pacific Coast aegion bursting with today's promise while st. .
P what you believe in or how do you
"your body and "body and soul I learned about book from a friend so looked it up online your body and your soul I learned about this book from a friend so looked it up online I Slave Again (Whispers of Refuge read in the description andeader eviews was enough for me to get the book but not enough for me to understand how deeply Susan Cobb s memoir would entertain and move me I don t know how men would espond to it it s primarily feminine in nature but I believe women especially past their 30s and perhaps even 40s might appreciate it as I did The author speaks to universal experiences but through her uniue perspective that invites eaders to consider the commonplace differently She also gets us to examine what the word vi. Ill being deeply grounded in the past As she puts down new oots in an ancient land Cobb eshapes her perspective and eclaims her own sense of self The Virgin of Guadalupe along with a variety of indigenous goddesses and modern feminine icons add a ich tapestry of focus folklore and color to. Rgin eally epresents for us as individuals and for all women moving house to a foreign land that invites you to open your soul and discover what you ve long felt was missingand so much Virgin TERRITORY IS RICHLY TEXTURED WHEN IT COMES TO SEEING is ichly textured when it comes to seeing the author s eyes areas of Mexico its peoples and culture and their espect for the divine feminine It s also engaging on many levels
as Cobb leaves behind not only the US as her home of choice but also the strict following of theCobb leaves behind not only the US as her home of choice but also the strict following of the she was aised in and carried with her into adulthood as well as hidden conflicts that once evealed lead her into the territory she craved most of all her true self. Her journey's landscape Virgin Territory How I Found My Inner Guadalupe is written in the spirit of Under the Tuscan Sun and A Year in Provence but with the soul and humor of Anne Lamott It is an essential ead for those with a love for Mexico and a longing to see themselves clothed with the su. .
Susan J. Cobb