The Sacred Feminine in action.

Diana Piedra: Yoga, Action, and Sacred Feminism

I am honored to introduce my guest blogger, Diana Piedra, a friend and wonderful yoga teacher. She embodies all aspects of the practice of yoga. She is as beautiful in spirit as she is in body. When she responded to my recent post, “Why is there a market for sexual slavery?”, I asked her if she could elaborate on her recent experience with yoga trainer Seane Corn. These two women are fabulous Sacred...

I surrender to Sandy

I am sitting in my daughter’s Boston studio apartment, awaiting the worst of hurricane Sandy.  I’m not on my way to the airport to catch my flight home. I need to get home in order to leave for a business trip on Wednesday. But I can’t. And there isn’t anything I can do about it except….surrender. My husband’s boss eloquently said, “Don’t fight it. It will be less...

Rev. Warren Lynn: Balancing Journey & Home-making

Rev. Warren Lynn is a good friend of mine from the “labyrinth world.” We sat together on the Veriditas Council and have attended and worked together at several workshops. I don’t know how he does it, but eloquent thoughts, prayers, essays just spill out of his mouth. It is a true gift of Spirit! I asked him to share an article he wrote about Sacred Balance of the Home-making (feminine) and Journey...

American Nuns

I just couldn’t let any more time go by without writing a post about the awesomeness of the American Nuns and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR). They are great examples of true Sacred Feminists. The Atlantic Magazine has done a series of articles on Brave Thinkers of 2012 and “American Nuns” is one of them. I love this article because it gives a simple timeline of the events between the nuns and...

Why Is There a Market for Sexual Slavery?

I have toyed with the idea of not writing any more in this blog post and just letting the title question speak for itself. But I can’t. I have too much to say about this subject. I am not a studied expert on the subject of the sexual slave trade. But, I have observed the world’s reaction to it and prostitution for most of my fifty-two years of life. If you are friends with me on Facebook you have seen my posts...

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