Posts From the monthly archives: "February 2017"

Jalaja’s events sell out very quickly and are not always publicly announced. If you would like to be informed of upcoming talks or circles, please be sure to join her mailing list. Learn More… Read more

Jalaja Bonheim is the author of many books. Find out about them here! Learn more &nbsp… Read more

Book Covers for "The Magic of Circlework" and "The Circlework Training Manual"

“Brilliant and  groundbreaking, this book is a must-read for any woman who recognizes the power of sisterhood. Graceful and engaging, it conveys the healing power of women’s circles as no other book has done. At a time when women everywhere are standing up and speaking out, these profound teachings provide invaluable guidance.”       … Read more

Aphrodite’s Daughters Women’s Sexual Stories and the Journey of the Soul Touchstone; Original edition (June 4, 1997) 400 pages $25.95 ISBN: 978-0684830803   Overview Since its publication, this book has become an underground classic. Based on the stories of ordinary American women, beautifully written, and irresistibly engaging, it shows the immensely… Read more

The Hunger for Ecstasy Fulfilling the Soul’s Need for Passion and Intimacy Rodale Press; 1St Edition edition (February 1, 2001) 224 pages ISBN: 978-1579541163 Overview Do you believe ecstasy is a rarefied state enjoyed only now and then by exceptional people? Do you yearn for more intimacy and passion in your life? In… Read more

Goddess A Celebration in Art and Literature Stewart Tabori & Chang; 1St Edition edition (October 1, 1997) 239 pages ISBN: 978-1556706219 Overview For centuries, tales of the goddess’s creativity, strength, and suffering have sprung forth from every civilization and corner of the world. In this elegant volume, editor Jalaja Bonheim, Ph.D., has… Read more

The Serpent and the Wave A Guide to Movement Meditation Celestial Arts (November 1, 1995) 258 pages ISBN: 978-0890876572 Overview As long as humanity can remember, we have recognized the power of dance and movement. Many cultures still consider dance a sacred art and a vital part of ritual, worship, and other spiritual practices… Read more