Dignity sculpture in Chamberlain, South Dakota. Plaque underneath sculpture:
I am still reading "Coming Home to Myself" by Marion Woodman and Jill Mellick and feel compelled to share a few more verses that moved me. In a patriarchy everything is split. It's either or. In the feminine realm, it's both and. From Chapter 24: Beyond Power and Patriarchy (p 222) *** One day you … Continue reading patriarchy v. the feminine
I just started reading a book by Marion Woodman and Jill Mellick entitled "Coming Home to Myself: Reflections for Nurturing a Woman's Body & Soul." Some of the verses hit me almost viscerally, they speak so powerfully to truths that have been emerging in my life recently. So I will share a couple of them. … Continue reading Reflections from Marion
Divine Feminine. She is HERE and Beautiful. Every part of Her.
A few weeks ago in my coaching sessions I uncovered a character trait I call "Mary the Martyr" who is one of the internal "voices" that sometimes interferes with imagining and manifesting my dreams. My given name is a reference to the ultimate Christian martyr and on this Good Friday, it seems appropriate to acknowledge … Continue reading Channeling Athena
Yesterday I read a line from a book by Sue Monk Kidd's "Dance of the Dissident Daughter" that gave me a chill. It describes something about the transition state where I am in life right now and it summed up my feeling so perfectly. When you can't go forward and you can't go backward and … Continue reading Dissident daughters