Ending Conflict with the Other Sex

February 02, 2016


Did you wake up this morning and say to yourself “What if this is the day I change the world?” And then did you wonder how on earth that could be possible? There’s one simple change the world needs to make that would make this possible… and it starts with YOU!

Do you know that women are actually the warriors? The creators of our future? And that men are the nurturers, the nesters and the ones who provide the safe space for women to lead us forward into new possibilities?

Maybe you think we are joking… maybe you wish it was true. Just for a moment, imagine this world… what could be different? Will you be one of the people who lead us forward?

In his groundbreaking book ‘Salon Des Femmes’ Gary Douglas offers brilliant insights into the phenomenal futures we can create together if we switch the roles of men and women. And not just switch the roles, but allow them to be redefined through the energies of conscious awareness.

When we allow our true knowing to shine through, all of this and more becomes possible with ease.

If you’re a woman, you need to read Salon Des Femmes. If you’re a man who adores women (or is totally confused by them) reading Salon Des Femmes will change your life beyond measure!

You can get the book will you join the movement that truly can change the world?
Click here: www.amazon.com/dp/B00NWQOY1U

Gary Douglas is on a mission to end the perpetual conflict between men and women. Salon des Femmes is based on a series of teleclasses Douglas held with a group of women. They discussed men, sex, relationships, men’s and women’s roles, and creating amazing, harmonious relationships.

This book blends the ground-breaking Access Consciousness® tools and processes, insightful revelations and heart-warming inspiration. Says Douglas: “My desire is to give women in the world a greater sense of peace with others and peace with self and the place where they wouldn’t feel like they have to fight for everything they are getting.”

Douglas encourages women to become “pragmatists of femininity,” applying their feminine power to create what they want. A “pragmatic relationship” is where partners strive to make things work for everyone involved, he says. “Happily ever after doesn’t occur unless you are willing to become pragmatic about your choices.”



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Shweta Chadha

Aug 30, 2016

Love the book. It’s phenomenal and totally transforming my take on relationships.

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