The last decade saw an increasing power struggle between men and women but award-winning author and feminist, Liz Lewinson, says there is no contest. Women are the power species on the planet.

Rochester, United States - January 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

LOS ANGELES, January 21, 2020 – The last decade saw an increasing power struggle between men and women but award-winning author and feminist, Liz Lewinson, says there is no contest. Women are the power species on the planet.

“For many millennia, a wrong definition of power has prevailed.” Lewinson shares, “Power, as defined in the dictionary, is associated with domination, control, rigidity, suppression. But that is low-grade rubbish. Real power, female power, does not dominate, it flows — rapidly.”

Lewinson went on to describe how her definition of power is always demonstrated in nature. A mild breeze becomes a powerful hurricane. A rockslide becomes an avalanche. A bonfire becomes an inferno, a stream becomes a waterfall, a wave in the sea becomes a tsunami. In all these instances, what creates power? The answer is simple. Power is created by movement, the more rapid it is, the more intensely powerful.

Women are built for power because they are more fluid than men. A woman’s body changes rapidly and dramatically – from menstruation to the potential for pregnancy, childbirth, lactation. Women, not men, are the multi-orgasmic, intuitive, adaptive and collaborative species, as demonstrated today by numerous studies. Groups of women arrive at collaborative decisions faster than men. That is power.

This truth is the basis for Lewinson’s book, “Women, Meditation and Power.”

“We must up-end the confusion and unravel the deep-rooted lines of misunderstanding before our world suffers further.” Lewinson says, “The time for change is now.”

Start the path to enlightenment and change with the updated and revised edition of “Women, Meditation and Power” – available now from Skye Pearl Publishing.

Liz Lewinson is Vice President and Treasurer of the Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism, the largest Buddhist grant-giving organization in the United States. She leads the grant category titled “Women in Buddhism.” She was a longtime student of the American Buddhist teacher, Frederick Lenz, and was ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1992.

Her recent books are “American Buddhist Rebel: The Story of Rama – Dr. Frederick Lenz” and “Women, Meditation and Power”. She is scheduled to release a companion book to “Women, Meditation and Power” titled “The Power of the Loving Man” in February 2020.

In technology, she is an Agile-trained teacher and facilitator. She has conducted strategic planning for some of the largest companies and governmental agencies in the world; led complex, multi-million dollar projects/programs in information technology and business process improvement. In the communications field, she has created and executed communications plans that build, motivate and galvanize constituencies.

In P.R. and marketing, her clients included Tri-Star Television; Stephen J. Cannell Productions (“21 Jump Street,” “Hunter,” “Wiseguy”); Carson Productions. “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson;” Faberge; Hanna Barbera and others. Since 1990, she has free-lanced as a PR/Marketing consultant for a number of clients.

As a freelance journalist, she published her work in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times Features Syndicate and numerous magazines. She was a contributing editor to PC AI (Artificial Intelligence) Magazine.

Lewinson is currently focused on creating powerful and meaningful global communications through books, film, and other media as well as offering workshops on meditation as a doorway to understanding core issues in contemporary life.

“Women, Meditation and Power” was released on January 7, 2020 by Skye Pearl Publishing ISBN: 978-1948607018, $12.99

To learn more about Liz Lewinson and her books, please visit

Contact Info:
Name: Keri Barnum
Email: Send Email
Organization: New Shelves Books
Address: 595 Blossom Road Suite 301 A, Rochester, New York 14610, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943657

Latest News

Climate activist: Why tout development if there's no future?

Feb 19, 2020

NEW DELHI — An Indian girl who was among the 16 young activists filing a complaint at the United Nations accusing countries of inaction on climate change has taken that step before. Ridhima Pandey, now 11, filed a petition in 2017 at India's National Green Tribunal, which oversees environmental concerns, for not taking serious enough steps to combat climate change. It was dismissed, but she escalated it to the Indian Supreme Court. Pandey was among the activists including Swedish teen Greta Thunberg who criticized Germany, France, Brazil, Argentina and Turkey for failing to uphold their obligations to young people under...

Pakistan battles dengue epidemic, with 20 deaths so far

Feb 19, 2020

ISLAMABAD — Pakistani health officials were battling an outbreak of dengue fever in the South Asian nation on Tuesday, a day after health officials confirmed over 10,000 cases and 20 deaths in recent months. More patients with symptoms of dengue fever were arriving at hospitals in all major cities, including the capital Islamabad, putting a strain on the country's poor health system. Health officials hope that the anti-mosquito spraying in urban areas targeting stagnant water will help contain the disease. According to Zafar Mirza, a government adviser on health, as many as 10,013 dengue cases had so far been reported....

Over 30 Indian worshippers drown during Hindu rituals

Feb 19, 2020

NEW DELHI — More than 30 Hindu worshippers have drowned in swollen rivers and in a lake in India as thousands participated in religious ceremonies in which figures of a Hindu god are immersed in water, officials and news reports said Friday. At least 11 people drowned when their boat capsized early Friday on a lake in central India, rescuers said. Six people were able to swim ashore in the lake in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh state, and a search was on for one missing person, said National Disaster Response Force spokesman Krishan Kumar. Kumar said 11 bodies...

India loses communication with its unmanned moon lander

Feb 19, 2020

NEW DELHI — India's space agency said it lost touch Saturday with its Vikram lunar lander as it aimed to land on the south pole of the moon and deploy a rover to search for signs of water. The space agency was analyzing data as it worked to determine what had happened. "Communications from lander to ground station was lost," said K Sivan, chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation. "The data is being analysed." A successful landing would have made India just the fourth country to land a vessel on the lunar surface, and only the third nation to...

Protest in Nepal against plan to cut trees to widen road

Feb 19, 2020

KATHMANDU, Nepal — More than 200 people rallied in Nepal's capital Thursday to protest government plans to cut down about 2,000 trees to widen a key road that circles the city. The protesters held signs urging the government to stop the plan to remove the trees on the outer edge of Kathmandu. The 27-kilometer (17-mile) Ring Road encircles the capital and is a key road network for the increasingly congested city. "These trees were controlling pollution and giving fresh air so they cannot be cut down to make roads," said Saurav Dhakal, a protester. "Kathmandu is suffering from massive air...

Broaden News

Sign up now!

Recent Discovery will take you to the captivating developments in science, technology, and the universe around us. We deliver to you the latest news, theories, and developments in the world of science.

Contact us: sales[at]