In the chapter "Finding your Fifth Dimensional Way," she writes:
Your soul can occupy two bodies. There is more than one version of you. This turns the whole belief in one soul, one body upside down! What else do you believe that may not be true? It's time to expand your concept of reality. If you are honest with yourself you must accept there is more going on than you could possibly imagine from a linear perspective.My understanding of her point of view is that every "road not taken" results in an alternate reality, like a parallel universe, in which you also exist, living out those choices not taken in this reality. So, there may be more than two, or four, or even a hundred, versions of you. I still need to ruminate on this, but it is an interesting concept.
I do agree, however, with a point she makes about balancing the male and female parts of oneself in order to evolve spiritually. She writes,
Ideally both men and women aspire to develop the balanced self, which is the full expression of the divine feminine and divine masculine in either sex. It is conveyed through the physical expressions of compassion and receptivity on the female side, and the expressions of balance, order, and power on the masculine side. Each of us is called to this balance and will continue to encounter all of these aspects until we have achieved mastery through this balance.She believes that achieving the balance of the divine feminine and masculine is key to achieving peace and justice in our society, and healing of our world.