December question: How has the Divine Feminine blessed you this year?


If you would like to contribute to this blog you are very welcome. This month we are asking the question: "How has the Divine Feminine blessed you this year?"Please send your pictures, videos, links, and words (no more than 700 please) to: by December 16th and we will gladly post them here.  … [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...]

The Divine Feminine is A Whisper In My Soul


Luciana Cousin is a freelance consultant specialising in women-owned businesses. She also writes short stories, poetry, and articles based on women’s issues and gender equality.Fleeting thoughts, a need for more,Ever present, and yet out of reach.After all, I have achieved….my life is complete.My family, my boys, and a life.But then the whisper faintly stirs a passion that lies deep within my soulAnd while my voice is silent, my thoughts are loud.Conflicting tho … [Read more...]

The Divine Feminine is calling me to be still and know that God is God


Susan Baller-Shepard is a mom, writer, speaker and minister. When not cooking for tweens & teenagers, she's editing, a blog of 155 interviews and writing her own blog "Transient" here at Patheos.Click here for Susan's blog: "God without containers". … [Read more...]

I’m being called to be a grandmother who feeds their souls while I feed their bodies

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Yvette Warren is a grandmother and a newly ordained minister in the Universal Life Church.Click here for Yvette's blog: "Pass the Potatoes, Peas, and Philosophies" … [Read more...]

The Divine Feminine calls us to be thankful every minute of every day


Karen Speerstra, author of “Sophia, The Feminine Face of God”Click here for Karen's blog, "Great Gratitude". … [Read more...]

What is the Divine Feminine asking me to do in this moment?


Chandra Alexandre, founder and a spiritual leader of SHARANYAClick here for Chandra's blog: "Maa is calling me in this moment..." … [Read more...]

She is asking me to listen. Listen? To what, and who’s asking? Huh?


Clare Dakin, Co-Founder of Tree Sisters‘Listen in’, she whispers through the tension on my solar plexus, the numbness in my shoulders, the blank mask of my computer blurred mind. As I sink into the numbing routine of e-mails, phone calls, bad posture, forgetting to drink, forgetting to breath...she is whispering to me. ‘Wake up. Wake up. Remember your body, remember the messages that speak through your body. Remember the wisdom that pours through your body. Remember that I am the wisdom o … [Read more...]

The Divine-She is asking me to be grateful


by Meggan Watterson, Founder and Executive Director of REVEAL- The Next Generation of Feminine SpiritualityAt first, there’s a colossal effort. Imagine. Someone has hurt you or betrayed you. Maybe even someone very close to you, the closest you’ve ever let someone in. The action is most often, a reaction. A classic- put-up your dukes, a closing down of the heart, a massive constriction. A whole lot of “Oh yeahs” and pointing fingers goes on for a while. The blame game happens. And then yo … [Read more...]

What is She asking me to do? Conversations with Goddess

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by Laura Paskell-BrownMy Higher Power and I have frequent conversations these days. She is inside of me and I choose to call her Goddess. She is the part of me that is eternally calm, patient, kind, wise and strong. She is the part of me I lost for so many years and am finally learning to listen to. One of my favourite ways to communicate is to write a question in my journal and to wait for an answer to come. When my pen starts to move again I know that she is answering me. Here is a … [Read more...]