Posts in Year of the Goddess
December : Brooke

I spent the younger part of my childhood running barefoot on the gorgeous beaches of Long Island. Sunshine, wind, salt water, earth …these beautiful parts of our Earth filled up my soul as a child. I was deeply connected to my Earth Mother as a child, even though I wasn’t consciously aware of that fact.

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November : Melissa

I was in a meeting this week with six highly intelligent, open minded humans and I said the following phrase… “the new paradigm of business”. I was given the 12-eye roll salute. I left the meeting engulfed in consideration about this reaction. My “New Paradigm” was disregarded as some kind of esoteric, new aged rhetoric. 

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October : Jennifer

When a woman walks by another, particularly if the women walks by in confidence, there is thinly veiled contempt in the eyes of the watcher. “Who does she think she is?” “How dare she stand out?” I know what she’s thinking. Part of the reason is because those words have been said to me. The other part of the reason I know is because I’ve thought those thoughts myself.

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September : Adelina

“When you feel you are being moved by the creative spirit, you are in fact being moved by the divine feminine,” writes Teri Degler in The Divine Feminine Fire. This is what the sacred feminine embodies: a creative energy. A cosmic, feminine force. The feminine is, after all, the root of all creation. When we want to create, all we have to do is call upon Her. 

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August : Lizzie

I’ve witnessed a lot of women heal painful aspects of their lives. Moving beyond pain, trauma, and old stories. Moving towards joy, prosperity, and wholeness. In order to fix many problems of modern society, we need to awaken as intuitive, feminine healers. We need to embrace the knowledge we’ve known for centuries but have forgotten in our collective slumber. 

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May : Lauren

“Feel free to change, when you discover something true about yourself, put it into action regardless of who you were yesterday.” ~ Danielle Laporte  Write this down, stick it everywhere, get it tattooed on you, whatever you need to do to remember this. No one is holding you to a version of yourself. One of the mother freaking gems of this life is being able to experiment, expand, retract, explore, grow, evolve. Whatever gets you closer to your truth.

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April : Danielle

"Do not cringe and make yourself small if you are called the black sheep, the maverick, the lone wolf. Those with slow seeing say a nonconformist is a blight on society. But it has been proven over the centuries, that being different means standing at the edge, means one is practically guaranteed to make an original contribution, a useful and stunning contribution to her culture.~ Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype by Clarissa Pinkola Estés

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March : Rachael

The wind in my hair and the sun on my face, I take in a deep breath and let out a big, belly laugh, feeling in my heart I am exactly where I am meant to be. Wild and free. A year ago, I made a commitment to fully embrace and rock out to my own wild nature. At that time, my path had brought me towards a life that I no longer felt was mine. It was a comfortable life: with lots of friends, a full teaching schedule, and plenty of free time for my own side projects. 

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