Tag Archives | She lives | Resurrecting the divine feminine

Terri Hadley Ward | Soul Unbound

Soul unbound. Scarlet moon fire burning in the black rivers of her hair, twirling and stamping, star dancing she welcomes the moon, arms outstretched, encircling the night, beckoning the tides, breaking the chains of a thousand captive hearts. Set free your hair to the wild caress of the wind. Bare your naked skin to the kiss of the earth, bleeding and aching for your return to the soft fur, howling […]

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Svetlana Meritt | Coming home to the Black Madonna

WE HAVE DECIDED TO TREAT OURSELVES. We’re staying in an elegant, eighteenth-century chateau-turned-hotel in Géménos, way out of our financial league. It’s absurd how much we’re paying for the demi-pension, but the restaurant serves refined cuisine, the Relais (French for a luxury-hotel-plus-gastronomic-heaven) is surrounded by a park of lavender and olive trees, and the guests can use the library replete with antique books and dine under the candle lights on […]

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Karen Tate

Rev. Dr. Karen Tate | Goddess spirituality and social justice

LET US LOOK AT SEVERAL brief examples of the Sacred Feminine as deity, metaphor or myth and how they give us a template for living or advice for values we might embrace with social justice in mind….. 1) Under the broad umbrella of Goddess we find many faces across continents and cultures, with no mandate that we worship one name, one face. Instead we see a metaphor for plurality, diversity […]

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