The Divine Feminine Series
The Divine Feminine called and we heeded that call! We joyfully gave over the platform of the show to embark on a sacred exploration. Always, what binds all the episodes is the concept of healing conversations.
The Divine Feminine Series asks:
Why are women talking about ‘Goddesses’ and ‘Sacred Feminine’? What does it mean?
Why is it important? Why now?
Does it hold benefit for everyone?
The Divine Feminine Series has been life-changing.
Watch the Divine Feminine interviews and read the blog posts associated with each interview. Scroll through the comments and see the ‘aha moments’ pile up. Watch the interviews and experience your own ‘aha moment.’ See for yourself why this topic holds answers for so many of us.
The Divine Feminine Series Interviews
As a Wellness Coach and Founder/Director of BlackBerryBeauty.com Lisa Marie Goodson, aka Nubia I, helps women access their divine feminine energy. In her own words, the secret of her success is not that she’s better, or smarter, it’s that she ALLOWS the Divine Feminine consciousness to flow in her and through her. And what a difference that makes! In this fun and fascinating interview, Lisa Marie offers some easily do-able, yet powerful tools for inviting the Divine Feminine into your life as well.
Read more about the interview with Lisa Marie here:
Did you ever hear a small tip that had the power to change your life? China Brooks‘s“Look at the bright spots” is one of those. China explains it as the difference between Red Cape thinking and Green Cape thinking. The Red Cape paradigm is one where we focus on the problems – correcting, fixing, abolishing. Green Cape thinking is where we move towards what is working and do more of that. Through simply moving towards what energizes us we can create a new reality, one entirely illuminated by joy and fulfillment.
Read more about the interview with China Brooks here:
As Sue Kearney, Chief Inspiration Officer at Magnolia’s West, says, the divine feminine way “is not linear like a ladder, like you do this step, and then you do this step, and then you get to success. I see it as more of a spiral.” As Sue puts it, “A woman has her own tides and her own timing.” Explore what it might be like to welcome our natural timing and tides in our businesses.
The interview with Sue Kearney started me on a rant…
In this second sacred conversation with Reverend Misa Hopkins, she shares her Holding Meditation – what a treat! She also tells the story of being gifted a large, granite, ceremonial bowl.
Read about the interview with Misa Hopkins, and why she was unable to give me a photo of her bowl to share with you…
My guest Reverend Misa Hopkins shares the harrowing story of being sexually molested as a child. When that happened, in her child mind she decided it would be safer to be a boy than a girl in this world. She shares how her body tried to accommodate that strategy by producing an overabundance of male hormones. Misa’s story awoke something in me…
Read more about the interview with Misa Hopkins, and my own ‘aha’ moment, here:
Like virtually every guest in this series, a masculine-feminine imbalance is what propelled Jessie Kuehn on her journey to the divine feminine. Her odyssey began with a trip to South America, a quest she made as a way to grieve her father’s passing. During this journey she was plagued by a series of illnesses, including polycystic ovarian syndrome, profound fatigue, and stress. Jessie sensed that her masculine approach to her physical well-being was not helping…
Read more about the interview with Jessie Kuehn here:
Joni Advent Maher began her journey to the ‘Sacred Feminine’ over 20 years ago. Joni shares her personal path, her devotion to the sacred feminine, and her jaw-dropping story of her ‘sacred feminine awakening.’ Sleeping Beauty has nothing on her!
Read more about the interview with Joni Maher here:
Earth Goddess Jenny Griffin opens up about a time 10 years ago “where I fell apart completely and processed the accumulated grief from abusive relationships.” She describes how she connected to the voice of her heart, the voice of her inner Earth Goddess, and her “promise to follow that voice wherever it will take [her].”
Read more about the interview with Jenny Griffin here:
In a rollicking and wide-ranging conversation Diva Carla illuminates the connection between ‘sacred sexuality’ and self-expression.
Click here to read more about the interview with Diva Carla Sanders:
The Divine Feminine holds a promise of long-awaited healing for all of us. Your voice is needed in the conversation. Share your thoughts in the comments on the videos and on the blog posts.
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“At the time of the child’s birth it is greeted by its family and is identified with the events that occur in the natural world at the time of its emergence from its mother’s womb. At the breasts of women, the generations are nourished. From the bodies of women flows the relationship of those generations both to society and to the natural world.” – Katsi Cook