The War on Women and the Resurgence of the Divine Feminine

Lana Dalberg is a mother, author, and member of “herchurch” (Ebenezer Lutheran) in San Francisco, CA where she has led many writing and spirituality workshops. The debate over the power of government to regulate and control women’s reproductive abilities —just one aspect of the war on women — builds on a long history of women’s subjugation. Women’s ability to connect, conceive, and create life has always vexed those who aspire to dominate. Starting in the second millennium BC, w … [Read more...]

You are invited to contribute to this collaborative blog

This month we are exploring the following questions: What gets stirred up in you when you hear the words "War on Women"?, and/or What are you noticing right now in the world of women? At any time, if you wish to add to this blog, send your blog post of 300-700 words to We especially invite anyone who feels that their viewpoint is not reflected on this blog. We would love to hear any voice, no matter who you are! We welcome your voice and wisdom, your poetry and pro … [Read more...]

One thing I know for sure after the WSF retreat is…

Mohini Moore is a member of the Young Leaders Council of Women of Spirit and Faith and a Board Member of the Morningstar Foundation.One thing I know for sure after the WSF retreat is... ...the magic of being together. There is simply nothing like it. We started as 30 women coming from all different places, geographically, spiritually, emotionally, economically, generationally etc. etc. and we left as sweet sisters, aunts and nieces! The bonding and connections that … [Read more...]

Excellent Huffington Post article on the Divine Feminine

It's not only women who channel the voice of the divine feminine. We highly recommended this beautiful article by Sufi teacher and author, Llewellyn Vaughn-Lee.Click here to read The Sacred Feminine Today … [Read more...]

February Question

We explore a guiding question every month. Our question for February is: "What are your personal rituals or practices that keep you in touch with the Divine Feminine?" Send your poems, pictures, videos or blog posts of 300-700 words to divine.feminine.wsf@gmail.comBlessings!Women of Spirit and Faith … [Read more...]

Book review: Women, Spirituality & Transformative Leadership

"Women, Spirituality, and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power, the new book edited by Kathe Schaaf, Kay Lindahl, Kathleen Hurty, and Reverend Guo Chin, is brimming with essays and poems about our other selves, by our other selves. Conceived, in part, as a vehicle to help women awaken to the Divine Feminine, the book also beckons readers to discover how inherently brave and capable and beautiful we all are..."Click here for the full text of Margaret's review of our … [Read more...]

Join global book launch on November 1

Join the global launch 0f Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power by ordering your copy from Amazon on November 1! We envision a rising tide of sacred feminine energy sweeping in to make women's spiritual leadership and the Divine Feminine visible on Amazon.This remarkable anthology featured the diverse voices of women from many spiritual perspectives. Listen in on some of their shared wisdom:I better understand the ways in which the divine is born from … [Read more...]

My message of the Spirit: The Rise of the Sacred Feminine in the Divine

by Diane Longoat  www.soulofthemother.orgProphets and Visionaries of our ancient civilizations have long reminded us of the ages of  Mother Earth, the three great shakings and the fourth to come and of the evolution of humanity.  Today those prophecies have largely been fulfilled that emanated from the mouths of the wisdom holders.  We find ourselves living in the fulfillment of daily prophecy.  Our prayers of gratitude and humility are essential to open doors now for the emergence of the … [Read more...]

From “Me and You and Mom”

      by Kathe Schaaf   And then there was a day when I was a girl when I could not help but notice (as all little girls must notice if only for a moment) that God did not appear to be a woman, not a Mother; that God did not offer a lap where I could come for comfort. Ever.   It did not occur to me then to question what kind of God this must be, but only served to confirm what I already had observed: that to be a woman did not seem to be a place of … [Read more...]


This blessing is reprinted from our forthcoming book Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power which will be published November 1 by SkyLight Paths. My name is Rachelle Figueroa and I am of the Tarascan and Arapaho Nations. I write this from my heart and offer you my hand in friendship and peace. With the utmost respect for my ancestors, Elders, and spiritual teachers that have gone before me, I would like to share with you some words of encouragement and ho … [Read more...]