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Here is some wisdom about learning to love your Self that was written by a junior at Mills College. Bless her heart for trying to learn at such a tender age what many women are still struggling with in their […]

I CHOOSE TO LIVE EACH MOMENT WITH APPRECIATION AND COMPLETE ACCEPTANCE OF MY OWN DIVINITY AND BEAUTY. I CHOOSE TO APPRECIATE AND ACCEPT THE BEAUTY IN ALL BEINGS AND THE PERFECT DIVINITY IN EACH MOMENT. I OPEN MY HEART TO […]

By Shiloh Sophia Your muse is your medicine woman. She holds tools for healing in her magic basket. She sings her prayers. Medicine Woman knows stars and sums. She listens between worlds. Medicine woman cannot be domesticated, 
at all, ever. […]

  I am fascinated, obsessed really, by women’s relationship to power. I have been doing workshops on the subject for several years now and am working on a book about it. The more I see, the more women I speak […]

Forty years ago when I was a very young artist, I moved into a 5000 square foot loft with my boyfriend. The space was completely raw, with no heat, no hot water and no electricity, but tons of matted dust […]

On the surface of the world right now there is war and violence and things seem dark. But calmly and quietly, at the same time, something else is happening underground An inner revolution is taking place and certain individuals are […]

I am. I am from and of The Mother. I am as I am. Wilfully harming none, none may question me.  As no free-growing tree serves another or requires to be served. As no lion or lamb or mouse is […]

Dr Susan Corso, a sister wise woman Queen from Boston publishes a weekly inspirational gem. She calls this series “Seeds.” This one struck me as being a perfect and perfectly delightful description of the sovereign Self. Seeds XII, 23 Ducklings By […]

The notion that fifty years of age could be considered a “halfway” mark is unprecedented. For most of human existence, life expectancy hovered at around twenty to thirty years, and it was only by 1800 that folks commonly began to […]

by Karen Ethelsdattar The first time I married I took my husband’s name for mine & added Mrs. I pulled it over my ears, a woolen cap, even when it scratched in warm weather. I was his falcon, hooded. I […]