Tag Archives: divine feminine

The Feminine Breath

The Feminine Breath

“The feminine is the in-breath, the internal tide of intuition and inspiration that shapes and influences the out-breath, or masculine form. When balanced, the feminine and masculine result in creative abundance, and the forms that arise from this balance are both productive and sustainable.” Wild Feminine: Finding Power, Spirit and Joy in the Female BodyContinue Reading

Enter the goddess

The goddess has entered my life. After years of reading about her and rejecting “her” as a false replacement for the already rejected male god of my childhood. She was represented in paintings of maidens with flowing hair, in lumpen statues hewn out of rock. I saw them and I did not connect. All IContinue Reading

Celebrating the feminine – linky love

  I have read some top posts on the various aspects of celebrating feminine this past week which I want to share with you. It seems that women around the world are feeling a rise in the energy of the feminine – a rise in their power, in sensuality, in their need to claim theContinue Reading

Birth: an introduction to the Women’s Mysteries – Guest Post by Jane Hardwicke Collings

I am delighted to share our first post on birth today, by a woman whose work I fell in love with the moment I discovered it: Jane Hardwicke Collings. Her words speak deeply to my soul – and I hope they do to yours too! Be sure to take a few minutes to watch herContinue Reading

The Path of the Divine Feminine: Guest Post

My journey into the divine feminine began with a simple question, “What does it mean to be a woman?” This question surfaced from someplace deep inside me while I was in High School. At the time the only answer I received was an immense silence. But my question, not fully in the realm of consciousness,Continue Reading

Guest post: Seeing red – going with the flow

I have developed a fascination with red tents since researching my book Moon Time: a guide to celebrating your menstrual cycle, which it turns out, is the first book to document the emerging phenomenon of red tents. Many women have not heard of them – and so when I discovered Ayla Mellani‘s beautiful post, IContinue Reading

I Sit Listening to the Wind

Have you ever had the experience of reading a book at “the wrong time”. You put it aside, untouched by its message. Then a few years later, by chance, you pick it up again and it literally sings off the pages to your soul. This just happened to me today. Judith Duerk’s first book CircleContinue Reading

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