Seren Bertrand is an award-winning author on feminine wisdom, a storyteller, spirit keeper and chantress, with a degree in English literature and modern philosophy. In 2008 she was nominated for an Amnesty International award for human rights reporting for the British women’s press, and was also nominated for Time-Warner writer of the year. In 2017 she won five international awards, including a Nautilus Award, for Womb Awakening.
She weaves together mythology, spirit vision, symbology, and embodied ecology, to bring forward the feminine philosophy traditions that once spanned the globe. She is informed by her ancestral lineage of Mam Tor, old Europe witches and faery folk, and the later traditions of Magdalene and Mary that hid magic under their cloaks.
“People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within.”
Ursula le Guin
Womb Awakening - Nautilus Award Winner
Released 2017 by Inner Traditions
“A masterwork of beauty, power, and mystical truth,” Christiane Northrup, MD
“A magnificent achievement...” Miranda Shaw, PhD, author of Passionate Enlightenment
“An extraordinary book that is both a revelation and a priceless shamanic guide to the Divine Wisdom of the Feminine” Anne Baring PhD, Jungian scholar and author of Dreams of the Cosmos
Released April, 2020 by Inner Traditions
“Beautifully written and illustrated…and extensively researched,” Christine Page, MD
“This exceptional book is a deep immersion into the sacred feminine mysteries.” Sandra Ingerman, MA
“The information in this book is profound and tantalizing.” Linda Star Wolf, PhD