I love the different ways in which various voices are expressing the need for approaching these times with healing and wholeness; Jamie’s post is really good.
Sir Galahad Discovers the Grail, c. 1890, by Edwin Austin Abbey (1852-1911). Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
See how you respond, or react, to this quote, and then read on … it’s what this musing is about.
“In fact, (Professor Miranda) Shaw learned that … women were to be worshipped, honored and revered as the bringers of enlightened energy into the world.”*
Feel something less than gracious stirring as you read that?
If you do, no shame or blame — there’s already way too much of that, as Brene Brown’s work attests. The truth is, you’re likely in a considerable majority.
Or maybe it’s the opposite for you (or me) — where you feel some fear and/or hesitance at speaking or writing straight-forwardly about the Feminine because you expect the inevitable nasty backlash, and so brace for (or silence because of) it.
Some suggest that we should just ditch the…
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