Hello all -
I finally took a morning to myself and went out into the creek to lie in the sand and write in my journal. It's my moontime and this month has been a bit rocky. Ever since getting married, I've noticed that I haven't really taken the time to write in my journal. And this is such a loss, because the space that this place provides for me is so immense - it aerates my sense of responsibility to my own spiritual path and helps me to clarify what is really important in my life.
Paper published in Reflections,
the journal of the Society for Organizational Learning (SOL) Summer 2003
Special issue on “The feminine approach to leadership”
A World in Balance?
The theme of this issue of Reflections - “the feminine approach to leadership” – will be
addressed in this paper through the question: what would be different in a society in
which the feminine was really honored? Honoring the feminine encompasses not only
equal rights to women, but also runs a lot broader and deeper. Indeed, it translates into an
Got married on October 1st! Still in bliss from that experience. The ceremony itself was phenomenal - earth based ritual incorporating elements of Buddhism and Quakerism.
The Real Woman Manifesto
Whereas, I am a living, breathing woman of the world and
Whereas, I have a right to speak my mind and share my heart
1. WHO I AM
• I am full of passion, great ideas, creativity, intelligence and soul wisdom.
• My life is my art.
• I celebrate my true beauty and the true beauty of women and girls around the globe.
• My joy comes from sharing the best of who I am with others and the whole of the Earth.
2. WHAT I’M NOT
• I am not a mannequin nor a robot.
I've been having some amazing karezza experiences recently. Diana Richardson's books have been very instructive. It has become clear to me as never before experienced that ecstatic energy is electromagnetic and emotional and has a secondary physiological component.
Hello all -
I have come back to the forum because I need some advice. My wedding is in October and my fiancee Adam and I have had some difficulty navigating how to invite his half brother and sister that his father had with another married woman while still married to my fiancees' mother. I will call the Other Woman Suzanne, and my fiancee's father, O'Reilly, and mother, Tina. The 1/2 brother and sister are Jacqueline (14), and Mark (13). We did not invite Suzanne to the wedding but we did invite Jacqueline and Mark, which bothered Suzanne.