Goddess Centered Practice

In the woods behind my house rest a collection of nine large flat rocks. Daily, I walk down to these “priestess rocks” for some sacred time alone to pray, meditate, consider, and be. Often, while in this space, I open my mouth and poetry comes out. I’ve come to see this experience as "theapoetics"—experiencing the Goddess through direct “revelation,” framed in language. As Stanley Hopper originally described in the 1970’s, it is possible to “…replace theology, the rationalistic interpretation of belief, with theopoetics, finding God[dess] through poetry and fiction, which neither wither before modern science nor conflict with the complexity of what we know now to be the self.” Theapoetics might also be described, “as a means of engaging language and perception in such a way that one enters into a radical relation with the divine, the other, and the creation in which all occurs.”

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Poem: Finding Feathers

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They say that every time

you find a feather

it is a sign you 

are in the right place,

and on right path. 

Let us quiet our minds 

and soften our shoulders. 

Let us reach out 

until we feel the touch 

of the holy. 

Let us drop into presence, 

the soft, open 

space of awareness.



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Molly Remer, MSW, D.Min, is a priestess, teacher, mystic, and poet facilitating sacred circles, seasonal rituals, and family ceremonies in central Missouri. Molly and her husband Mark co-create Story Goddesses at Brigid’s Grove (brigidsgrove.etsy.com). Molly is the author of ten books, including Walking with Persephone, Whole and Holy, Womanrunes, the Goddess Devotional, and 365 Days of Goddess. She is the creator of the devotional experience #30DaysofGoddess and she loves savoring small magic and everyday enchantment.


  • Jamie
    Jamie Thursday, 28 July 2022


    Love the graphic.

    I kid you not. Many years ago, I was outside reading a book during a break at work. A crow feather fell out of the sky and landed in front of me.

    I still have it. Thanks for sharing!

  • Molly
    Molly Monday, 01 August 2022

    Aww! I love that story. So great!

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