Previous contributions from:

Theresa Curtis

Wisdom of the Water Goddess

Wisdom of the Water Goddess

For millennia our bodies have responded to the waxing and waning of Grandmother Moon orbiting our flesh and enticing our blood and birth waters outward to life. This unending dance between women, water, and moon is a fluid interaction between the cosmos and we, and it is this primordial magic that first conceived earth’s creatures from both tide pools and time.

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Book Review: Three Goddess Classics

Well, crap. I feel angry. I can’t help but wonder what the costs are for women and men to live without the Goddess and Her sacred images that have underpinned religious impulses for 30,000 years. So, I’m developing a winter reading list to curl in front of the fire with, to establish some groundwork to move past the problem (unproductive anger) and into the solution. Though we still survive in a patriarchy, somehow the essential song of Goddess consistently and forever beckons us forward … in rainstorms, in laughter, through intuition, in poetry, pictures, in the wind and the moon… I love to search for Goddess and Essences of Goddess in archetypal images, because all things that thrive were first alive as archetype and image, and I like to know what’s swimming around, waiting to be born. And, we need Her!

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Inner Journeys: Surfing the Imaginal Realm as a Struggling Shamama

I am attempting to attune my personal psyche with the histories of our ancient grandmothers, to interpret their words through Neolithic petroglyphs (specifically ones that hold squiggles and swirls that represent women’s developmental and reproductive rituals).

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Wild Lessons from Herstory

There is a small house that sits on a plot of land in which I live. It is a chunk of earth and I think I own it. There is a patch of Garden in which nothing grows; in fact this Garden can be defined by the paradox of her absence of green, resistant and rebellious within an ocean of life.

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Trusting the Language of Goddess

In my studies of ancestral wisdom concerning the primordial symbolism defining the Divine Vulva (but it could be any ancient image) I have often wondered about, and asked other women, how they connect with the goddesses of old.

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