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RENEWING BRANWEN SPEAKING WITH BRANWEN’S VOICE by Susan Morgaine   I know how hard it can be to have the ones you love disagree and fight, to know there is not much you can do, and yet know you must try. Because I know that, above all, Peace and Love are worth the tears and the blood you put into it. I know the heartbreak of talking to one, and […]

Meditation Journey for Healing your Inner Child by Lori Feldmann Sit in a calm, relaxing space. Take nine deep breaths, and let go of the cares and worries of the day. Continue this cycle of breathing until you have come into a relaxed and peaceful state. Find yourself in your childhood home. (If you had more than one, use whichever place you identify most with your childhood). Really visualize the […]

by Lori Feldmann I recently had a friend remark to me that “you sure do use the word Sovereignty a lot”. I laughed, because she was right. But I’m unapologetic for my overuse of the word, and I think it lies at the core of what we are trying to do on this personal path of growth that we are following in the Sisterhood. All of us, as women in […]

By Sydney Bell I describe my work as supporting women in reclaiming Body Sovereignty.   You could simply say that I work with people to help them develop a ‘better body image’ and you wouldn’t be wrong, that is definitely part of it.  But over the years I’ve gravitated to the term ‘Body Sovereignty’ because I feel it speaks more to the depth and breadth of this work and the […]

  Danielle is a intuitive visionary artist and created  this painting, acrylics 40 x 50 cm – 16x 20″. Her artist’s name is PREM.  Danielle states, “It has been a wonderful journey to paint Mary Magdalene. When I started to connect with her Presence, She asked me to put an oil lamp in front of her… but actually it looks pretty much like a jar = The Woman with the jar!”

Meditation in Light and Dark by Kathryn Gordon Prisms glow in fire and squirrels knot themselves on bark. Emerging slowly, branches etch a forest into snow — In this way, all living things grow more vivid in unfertile soil. About the Author: Kathryn has written poetry for many years because it helps her to identify more clearly what she is thinking and feeling. Imagery from the natural world is always a […]

This photograph was taken by Sara Leedom. Regarding this photo, Sara states, “I have been doing the Gold Ray Quest, and the theme of light has meant a lot to me now that we are turning toward Emergence. Having spent so much time in shadow and doing the necessary healing work, it feels like a big exhalation to break through and let in the light.” Sara joined the Sisterhood of Avalon […]

THE DARK By Robin Corak I am afraid,” the little girl whispered, as she shuddered and backed away. “But whatever is there to be afraid of?” asked the old woman. The little girl could not see the old woman but could hear her voice as if from far away. “The dark…I am afraid of the dark”, the little girl replied. “Why fear the dark, dear one?” The voice came closer […]

Fin (the Owl of Cwm Cawlwyd) by Jenny Bates It’s raining, and my dreams of an evening meal feel like a wet discarded rag. It’s a blanket of a day. Wisely, I wrap my disappointment around me and dream of fish; whose fins carry them through water like my wings through air. It’s ironic being an owl, thinking myself unearthly. Endowed with so many good creature gifts, Except in the […]

Shadow Dance by Rhosyn Gwyn Yesterday flickers in the candlelight Dancing slowly in the shadows Mocking what had been bright and brash Sparks of what once was Become the glow of what is Time becomes timeless. For an instant Old and new become one Until the brilliance of transmutation Again extinguishes the taper of the bygone. Rhosyn is a mother, a daughter, a sister, a story teller, and a singer […]