Undressing Into Faith is a memoir of a woman finding the only true security we can in this ever-changing world—an eternal home within ourselves. At the age of thirty-one, after twelve years living abroad, she returns to Israel as an affluent housewife and a mother of three small children. Bewilderment intertwined with deep loneliness and sadness pushes her to begin an inward journey through body and mind that strips her emotional and physical defences and opens her to faith and love. With candid and sometimes raw intimacy, the book describes the twists and turns her life takes over the course of three years. Subjects such as marriage, divorce, motherhood, female sexuality, freedom, independence, love, faith, and being true to oneself are all contemplated and acted upon throughout the book. By reconnecting to her feminine qualities of surrender, acceptance, and receptivity, she discovers life’s magic.