Rituals that even a tired-mommy can do

Halina_Krupa

Dr. Halina Krupa writes a blog of inspiration for families who do it differentlyI am a mom to a beautiful 5 year-old daughter who makes sure my rituals are simple, short and in the moment. Gone are the days of leisurely meditations at dawn. Now, at dawn, I may wake up with a foot on my head, or little fingers crawling under my shirt, searching for the warmth of my breast--still. My ritual becomes this being in the moment. As I look out the window, my eyes feast on the exploding colors of … [Read more...]

Practices to stay in touch with the Divine Feminine

KATHLEEN_SCHMITT

Kathleen Schmitt is the author of Seasons of the Feminine Divine: Christian Feminist Prayers for the Liturgical Cycle in three volumes.From as early as I can remember I have known the kind, feminine spirit that permeates all nature and all life. As a tiny child I loved a little flower we called a ¨wine cup,¨ which I later identified as a sign, an image of the divine womb. I know the Divine Feminine in remembering experiences, events and people who have touched me with kindness, u … [Read more...]

February Question

woman meditating

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...]


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