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The Crone

The Crone

I have posted about Archetypes before. They are a vertical slice of a person. They are full and juicy and larger than life. As women we are most often discussing or playing with the 3 main feminine roles, the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. These are not even close to all of us and I think it’s important you read my post on Stereotypes vs. Archetypes if you haven’t already. Archetypes are not to be used to pigeonhole yourself or anyone…

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The Mother

The Mother

I have posted about Archetypes before. They are a vertical slice of a person. They are full and juicy and larger than life. As women we are most often discussing or playing with the 3 main feminine roles, the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. These are not even close to all of us and I think it’s important you read my post on Stereotypes vs. Archetypes if you haven’t already. Archetypes are not to be used to pigeonhole yourself or anyone…

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The Maiden

The Maiden

I have posted about Archetypes before. They are a vertical slice of a person. They are full and juicy and larger than life. As a woman when I am working on self awareness and living authentically I start with considering the 3 main feminine roles as represented by the Triple Goddess, the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. These are not even close to all of us and I think it’s important you read my post on Stereotypes vs. Archetypes if you…

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Stereotypes vs Archetypes

Stereotypes vs Archetypes

When you read the books, articles, websites, and quotes I tend to read the word Archetype comes up a lot. Some of the most frequently used (but not even close to scratching the surface) are the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. The Triple Goddess figure often represents these. On the surface these are simply the young, the middle aged, and the old stages of women. However, that would be the stereotypes of these archetypes. What’s the difference between a stereotype and…

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My Roots are on fire

My Roots are on fire

I have taken to trying to learn more about chakras. Think of these as little spinning wheels that help move energy all around your body. I become more interested as I learned that I have two areas of my body that tend to be VERY LOUD when it comes to me authenticity and intuition. The first is my womb area and the other my throat. This both are aligned with chakras. One being the sacral or womb area and the…

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Mary of Magdala

Mary of Magdala

Mary Magdalene or Mary of Magdala is probably one of the most divisive Goddesses in modern times. Most people know her as the prostitute from the bible that Jesus forgave and used as part of the Parable on “Let he who does not sin cast the first stone” For many Mary “the” Magdalene was a Priestess. She was a holy prostitute and one of many Queens of sex magic and healing. There is a multitude of people who believe Mary…

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A Day Within Women

A Day Within Women

Today is the “Day without Women”.  A day when we “strike” so that it is blatantly obvious what an impact we, as women, have on everyday life.  I don’t want to write on the political validity or invalidity of this day.  Nor do I wish to try to get you to believe what I believe about it.  I don’t want to focus on that so much that I won’t even tell you my opinion on it?    I don’t even want…

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Ego and Ownership

Ego and Ownership

The human brain has this weird need for ownership. It’s really the ego that does this. We own land and trees and clothes and just stuff. We like to call it “ours”.   Most of this is for legal reasons. To know we have something and someone can’t just come take it away without some reprisal. We spend time trying to make sure someone doesn’t take what’s ours. It helps with a feeling of safety. There are times this gets very…

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Unbelivable

Unbelivable

By Holly Wolf Feature image from Pinterest, Photography by © Debbie DiCarlo As I sit here staring at this damn cursor on the screen for the 3rd day in a row, I try to will the right words, the perfect words, on to the screen. The words have to be perfect!! However, the ever present self-doubt creeps in with its loud voice again. Who wants to hear what you have to say? What makes you so important? Who wants to hear…

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