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Bringing the Dark Mother Into the Light

Our world has yet to fully acknowledge the archetype of the dark mother. As we bring her out into the light of our awareness, we free ourselves to become authentic […]

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Owning our Wounds is an Important Step in Owning our Power

The martyr archetype becomes strong in us through the unconscious belief that suffering is noble and that other women who refuse to suffer in the same way are betraying us. This puts women in […]

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Manifesting the Divine Feminine through our Female Friendships

Our first experience of loss was in relation to our mothers, when we realized we were not one being, but two. I think we all retain an unconscious memory of […]

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The End of Attenuation

Attenuation is the impulse to diminish oneself, to be small, to disappear, and to be invisible. Attenuation seems to be one of the central wounds we incur as females in this […]

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Transforming the Inner Mother

Developmentally, our relationship with our mother serves as a template for our relationship with ourselves. As female children we absorbed information about how she felt about herself, about us as […]

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The Importance of Resisting the Cultural Pressure to Ignore the Mother Wound

I posted a blog article that went viral called, “Why It’s Crucial for Women to Heal the Mother Wound.” One of the themes in the feedback I received is that some women […]

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The Mother Wound as Initiation into the Divine Feminine

We live in a very fast-paced culture. There’s an atmosphere of pressure to be productive, to show our value through what we do, and to expect instant results from our […]

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Self-Care is Not “Selfish”

As women, the need for self-care can trigger feelings of guilt. We’ve been conditioned to automatically think that we are neglecting others when we take time and energy to care […]

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