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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in woodspriestess, gaia, goddess, women's spirituality, theapoetics, upg, direct experience, thealogy, spiritual naturalism, panenthesism

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Imaginary Friend?

I tend towards a type of Goddess-oriented, panentheistic, spiritual naturalism. I've written a  lot about my experiences with "theapoetics"--spontaneous, spoken aloud poetry that brings me into direct connection with that which I term Goddess. I previously explored the ontological existence of this Goddess in an essay for Feminism and Religion:


To me, Goddess is found in the act of specifically naming that ineffable sense of the sacred that we all, universally, experience or perceive at some point during our lives. Whether it be in gazing at the ocean or in climbing a mountain, in the births of our children or the hatching of a baby chick, almost all humans experience transcendent moments of mystery, meaning, wonder, and awe. We can call these experiences by different names and I feel that the Goddess arises when we have the courage and capacity to name Her as such, rather than stay hazy, generic, or afraid. In my own life, I call these numinous experiences Goddess and through this I know She exists in, of, around, and through the world that I live in. It is in these experiences that I touch Her directly...

via (Who is She? The Existence of an Ontological Goddess) 

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  • Lizann Bassham
    Lizann Bassham says #
    Wonderful Molly! I love your willingness to explore, and to embrace the reality of your experience.
  • Molly
    Molly says #
    Thank you!

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