“You were once wild here. Don’t let them tame you.”
~ Isadora Duncan
Women are the healers, the visionaries, and the fierce protectors of all that is vulnerable. Women are being called into leadership during this disruptive and historic time.
A rise into leadership requires physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual stamina to have maximum influence and impact.
We must fortify ourselves and each other with nourishing food, movement, thoughts, community, and intuition in order to take bold action wherever it is needed in our lives and spheres of influence.
Those actions may be small and private... or big, public, and world-changing, but they are what our loved ones, communities, and the earth need most from us right now.
Wild Feminine Archetype
(as described by The Wild Woman Project)
Powerful, fierce, undomesticated, untamed, intuitive
Devotion to ‘the great family of things’ (quote from Mary Oliver)…to the interconnected and interdependent web of life.
She loves! She loves! She loves! Feels like a ferocious love. Big. Boundless.
Connected to nature, to family, to her sisters.
Her heart is with the goodness and for the betterment of the highest good
She is sometimes perceived as ‘disagreeable’ because there are decisions being made on behalf of people, plants, animals, and the earth that are out of alignment with the greater good of the ‘great family of things’
She can sit with their own heart, truth, and inner garden in the dark - this relationship with our inner life can become our deepest, most intimate relationship of our lives
Wild women are not obedient to anything but their own inner guidance
heightened capacity for devotion
relational by nature
possessed of great endurance and strength
intensely concerned with their young, their mates, and their pack
experienced in adapting to constantly changing circumstances
fiercely loyal, reliable, and very brave
One of the ways in which women can harness the power of nature and connect to the wild feminine is through monthly participation in New Moon Circles.