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by Mary Petiet  The power of the divine feminine taps into the power of life. The power is accessible to everyone as the equal opportunity energy surrounding and connecting all living things. The power is ancient, and meditative practices such […]

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Amrita Devi, India Founder of the Shipko Movement in defense against deforestation Amrita Devi organized a large group of peasants from 84 villages in Rajasthan in an effort to protect the forests from being felled on the orders of the […]

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I have taken this ongoing discussion about the definitions and descriptions of Queendom to The Queen of My Self Page on Facebook. What does being a Queen mean to you ? As a little girl I wondered what it would […]

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by followers of The Queen of My Self Facebook Page What I have seen very clearly, right before my eyes over the years, is that women can indeed mature to very advanced ages, while staying lively and vital and full […]

I am not a Crone. I was not a Crone on my 50th birthday. I was not a Crone when my periods were officially declared over after thirteen months of no shows. I was not a Crone at my second […]

Perhaps nowhere in history were women held in higher standing and regard than in Mama Africa, the birthplace of humanity and the world’s first great civilizations, with its preponderance of matriarchal and matrilineal societies. “You know that in our country […]

By Carolyn Lee Boyd The end of December is almost upon us. As we celebrate more familiar traditions of rebirth, renewal and the return of the light, let us not forget ancient Egypt’s Goddess Isis. As you may know, Isis […]

Have been reading John O’Donahue’s book, Anam Ċara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom, which, translated from the Celtic means “Soul Friend” I’m going to copy out for you part of it entitled “The Soul as Temple of Memory” The Celtic […]

I turned the topic of power over to the FaceBook Queen of My Self page: Q. What does power mean to you? What does it mean to have power? To be empowered? To wield power? To be a powerful Queen? […]

What if “aging gracefully” isn’t your style?. (And how to discover what is.) By Wendi Knox Don’t get me wrong. “Aging gracefully” is lovely. In a quiet, refined, elegant kind of way. Which is great, if that’s “You.” But it’s definitely not “Me.” I was never particularly graceful […]

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