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At SageWoman magazine, we believe that you are the Goddess, and we're devoted to celebrating your journey. We invite you to subscribetoday and join our circle...

Here in the SageWoman section of PaganSquare, our bloggers represent the multi-faceted expressions of the Goddess, feminist, and women's spirituality movements.

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The Gathering of the Tribes

The Harvest moon...she was quite marvelous this month. And now we move toward a dark moon where she invites the depths of knowledge to mingle and play in the soil beneath our feet. 

Are you feeling the palpable richness of this moment? The effervescent juiciness of the energies?  I experience it as acceleration in my heart center and a Knowing in the gut. Indeed we sit within a time of sacred transition. A process of celebratory release this time of year so that the elasticity and resiliency of our very foundation may become more apparent.

A great deal of the "work" I choose to engage in is spent weaving in and out of various circles of community; something I recognize I have done since I was very young. I was never one to want to be a part of cliques in school because my desire was to become acquainted with and understand everyone’s unique perspective. I am a weaver; a bridge builder. This lifestyle has invited some mighty fine adventures and an ability to mesh language and kindred spirit. It has also proven to be a lonely path to walk at times yet that even is shifting as time and geography become more fluid.

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The Goddess at Pagan Pride

As I explore how the Goddess and women made a mark on our shared spiritual heritage, I cannot forget that we are creating a history of Her, here and now. What we make, do, write, and become will be analyzed by future generations. How will we be remembered?

One of the traditions that we are creating now is the celebration of Pagan Pride throughout September. This weekend I attended the new St. Louis Pagan Pride event with the intention of seeking the Goddess. I found her in the faces of the women around me.

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Back to What I Really Love

It is all about going back again and again to what I really love. In between the chaos of getting everything sorted before I leave to Crete, I remember. 

I am aware that you are also on a busy schedule. Let's take a moment together. This moment. Allow yourself to be held in the arms of the Goddess. Just be. While I let myself be. John Lennon said: 'life is about what happens in between your appointments'. Can we enter that inbetween space together? Can we find life together?

That is what really counts. As I say it, I feel me breath deepening, my eyes closing. I feel vulnerable. I don't know where this will take us. AND, I feel life quickening. I know again that it is exactly this: to grow the capacity to stay in that moment, to not cut it short. To trust Life, trust Goddess. Just the right thing will start happening. 

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  • Lizann Bassham
    Lizann Bassham says #
    Blessings on your travels, thank you for inviting us into the moment.

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Don't Frack With The Fairies

At Equinox we visited a holy well on the eastern foothills of Slieve Anieran, or Iron Mountain here in Leitrim, Ireland. I arrived here in Ireland, after a fourteen hour journey involving changing three trains, boarding a ferry, and finally getting a lift in a car, twelve years ago at Mabon.  I didn't know then that I would settle permanently in the shade of the Tuatha dé Danaan's own point of arrival in Erin.

 

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  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis says #
    Rock on! Mother Earth needs our voice.

Yeseree, folks! I am back! I survived my wedding!

(Please forgive the "Like a Virgin" post title.)

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  • Molly
    Molly says #
    Congratulations!
  • Lizann Bassham
    Lizann Bassham says #
    Blessings, blessings, blessings!

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