Body, intuition and heart: A very feminine spiritual path

"Embodying the Divine Feminine has perhaps been easier for me than for some women - I have followed and trusted Her and intuitively followed my desire to live a soul-centred life, and this I believe (as others do) is the way of the feminine. Tuning in to my body, my intuition, and my heart and trusting that I would be guided by Her in all that I did  in life. And after many trustings over the years, I learned that She would bring me through to the other side, no matter how painful feelings might … [Read more...]

The Divine Feminine: we are a movement of movements

 I feel like shaking everyone and saying, don’t you get it? We don’t need a Movement of Movements – we are a movement of movements.My friends, we have been trapped in old dominant paradigm thinking. We have been steeped in warmongering, hierarchical, competitive, control-based mindsets since birth. We think we are lacking something, or that we’re ineffectual at organizing, or we’re failing. We call for a Movement of Movements, like the War to End All Wars, a rallying cry that will am … [Read more...]

On how quickly we can lose the Divine Feminine…and then rediscover her!

"There's a voice that doesn't use words. Listen."     ~ Rumi Divine Feminine......hmmmmmm, ahhhhh, oooooooohhh.....I thought, and thought. Walked from room to room in the house, took a brisk stroll outside in sub freezing weather, listened to vid clips on the Alchemy site, emoted through gallons of tears, meditated, and still no clear erudite response. Listen, Listen, Listen, I chanted.I wanted to talk to all the women who spoke so eloquently of their journey. How could they possibly know ho … [Read more...]

On Claiming Sophia: Shek-Shak-Chi

Christians miss insight into divine breadth without its female expression and distort perspective when male divine dimensions dominate. Yet the Ultimate, known by diverse forms and names, is neither sexual nor limited as our descriptors may suggest. Wisdom or the Spirit figure—Hokmah in Hebrew, Sophia in Greek and Sapientia in Latin—has for centuries personified God. Non-biblical religions also include forms of female, creative, divine energy known by terms like Shekinah, Shakti, and Chi. This bl … [Read more...]

Purify me

Let me be humble in Your presence, Your mysteries, my precious Goddess. Let me be humble. In Your pristine silence, in Your crystalline sacred energy, let me bow my head and gather stillness, gather stillness into my heart, so that oneness, connection is all I feel. Let me find You everywhere! Let me walk beside Your golden manifestations, as if beside a deep pure lake, surrounded by silent mountains. O my Mother, take my breath away! Purify me now, make me ready, open me. Leave me … [Read more...]

Distractions & the Dark Feminine

I launched a conversation about depression a few months ago asking this question: What if it’s not depression, as we’ve come to think of it, but rather a sign of our profound unhappiness and dissatisfaction?The question demands we get honest.Observing my own life, these are some of the things I’ve discovered to be true for me: I don’t enjoy cooking, I’d rather be brewing words on the page; I love good company and great conversation but I’m not interested in inviting you over for dinner; I … [Read more...]

The Story of My Feminine Soul

Early as a child, I lost my innocence through a physical trauma.  Psychologically, I was thrown out of Eden before I was ready. As a teen, I had friends, but there was a longing deep within me that I couldn’t articulate.  To compensate for packing in the head knowledge, I rode horses.  Being in the natural world rebalanced me. That balance was lost in the years of academic education and professional success.  My essential feminine nature went into the shadows.  As I embraced the masculine value … [Read more...]

Circle: my own version of “interfaith dialogue”

Three women sit around a table laden with cookies and candles. We are here to bare our souls and to connect to each other, to "Higher Power" and to our own inner wisdom. The only rule: nobody is here to fix anybody else.This is my version of interfaith dialogue.Wikipedia describes interfaith dialogue as:“…cooperative, constructive and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (i.e., "faiths") and/or spiritual or humanistic beliefs... It is distinct from syn … [Read more...]

Tell us about the Divine Feminine in your life

  This month at the Divine Feminine blog we're going back to basics. We want to explore this thing called "The Divine Feminine". What is it, how do we know it? How do we experience it? Please dive into your deep wisdom and send us a blog of 100-800 words to Really you can interpret the topic however you want (that's what She would do...), but here are a few suggestions to get your creative juices flowing:         What does it mean to … [Read more...]

How do you experience the “interfaith” community? Let Peace Be.

I thought I was “interfaith” before anybody ever coined that term.  In my family, one was either Roman Catholic and had a chance at eternal happiness, if one obeyed well enough and was sorry enough for one’s sins, and all others who were eternally damned. Poor things; we prayed for their souls, and we collected pennies to send missionaries to save the souls of “poor Pagan babies.” We were very religiously regressive in the 1950s and 1960s, even for pre-Vatican II Roman Catholicism.Religion … [Read more...]