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Category Archives: Sacred Feminine
Who am I to define the sacred feminine? Well, I’m a wise woman, for starters… and a high priestess with direct experience of the sacred feminine mystery. And why would I even want to try? Because I’m writing a book … Continue reading
The Benefits of Letting Go May 29, 2014 is the one year anniversary of my double mastectomy and breast reconstruction, and I can’t help but notice how fast the year has gone by. When I received my diagnosis, I let … Continue reading
When I look in the mirror, I see many things. I see a woman who has reclaimed wholeness after childhood trauma. I see a breast cancer survivor who is thriving. I see a happy and contented wife. And I see … Continue reading
Really? Blessings of cancer? Isn’t cancer a horrific disease that kills people after months or years of pain and suffering? In some cases, yes, cancer is a killer disease with treatments that are sometimes far worse than the disease itself. … Continue reading
In many ways, I’ve been feeling disassociated from my priestess self. From my connection with the Goddess. It seems like I set most of that aspect of myself aside to be part of Divine Feminine Institute, crazy as that sounds. … Continue reading
Creative. Passionate. Receptive. Focused. Pulsating with power. Glowing with good health. Radiant with self-confidence. Venus transited the Sun early in June 2012, signifying the rise of a new feminine archetype: the Solar Feminine. In recent history, the feminine has been … Continue reading
Yule, or Winter Solstice, is a high holy day that predates Christmas by thousands of years. It’s one I’ve recognized and celebrated for more than a decade. Because of the nature of the Mayan calendar focus on 12/21/12, Yule has … Continue reading
In previous centuries, before the advent of electric light, winter was a time of rest, relaxation, and hibernation. These were times when people depended upon a good harvest of their crops to make it through the cold season, and there … Continue reading