Entries tagged with “Divine Feminine”

Celebrating the Darkness

In many spiritual traditions, God is seen as the source of light, banishing the darkness and bringing hope. Darkness is seen as the enemy, a terrifying place where we are out of co…

Claiming Your Queen

In my practice, I’m witnessing a revitalized version of the Queen archetype reemerging

Eight Paths to the Goddess

On the spring equinox this year, with the full moon in Virgo, about a hundred people gathered excitedly together in Ashland, Oregon, to dance, to pray, and to perform ceremonies to…

Enter the Goddess: Shiva Rea and the Divine Feminine

Living in the world with the goddess principle means a radical change.

Female Friendships

Female friendships reduce stress—and do so much more than that.

Finding the Light in the Shadows: On Shri and Kali

It’s 2012: the end of the Mayan Calendar, the year of New Age spiritual transformation, year of the Water Dragon. I started off 2012 learning about the Divine Feminine with Shiva R…

Form a Goddess Circle, Find Your Sacred Self

Maiden, Mother, or Crone, there’s a goddess circle for you.

Goddess Rising: Awakening the Divine Feminine

Award-winning author and 1,000 Goddesses founder Mare Cromwell on working for change against bigotry, intolerance, and inequality—and how we can awaken healing Goddess energy into our everyday lives.

Kali, Goddess of Rage and Resistance

Once upon a time, the god Shiva, the Lord of Destruction, was so busy meditating that he was not doing his godly duties. The other gods petitioned the great goddess Shakti to manif…

Lana Dalberg: The Divine Feminine

A writer, activist, and lay theologian, Lana Dalberg is the author of Birthing God: Women’s Experiences of the Divine. She spoke with Rabbi Rami Shapiro about how the language of a…

Podcast: Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, Hollywood to the Himalayas

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, acclaimed author, speaker, and spiritual leader discusses encounters with the Divine Mother, coming home to spirituality and to oneself, non-denominational experiences of god.

Tara: The Liberating Power of the Female Buddha

A conversation with Jungian analyst and psychologist Rachael Wooten on the power of a Tara practice and her connection to the female Buddha.

The Divine Feminine - As Above So Below

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The Goddess Temple Gives Birth To a Man Cave

On the spring equinox five years ago, with the full moon in Virgo, about a hundred people gathered at the Jackson Wellsprings in Ashland, Oregon, to dance, to pray, and to perform …

The Power of Mothering

“The more we begin to trust the rhythms of the beads, the easier it is to let ourselves, man or woman, become the mothers the world needs us to be.”

Transformative Travel: In Search of Mary and Miracles

For most of us, the word “Fatima” conjures up images of three shepherd children who, while praying the rosary in a field in central Portugal on May 13, 1917, saw a vision of the Vi…

When It’s Time for a Woman to Sit Down and Be Quiet

The founder of SoulWork, Adi Shakti, on awakening and empowering the divine feminine.