Embracing Our Divine Feminine with Danielle Dulsky By Dr. Paula Joyce
Witches were burned because they were healers adept at using herbs and other gifts of Mother Earth. When freed slaves got the vote, it was just the men because no women could vote. We still don’t have an Equal Rights Amendment. Women make less money than men for the same job. Only 4% of Fortune 500 Company CEOs are women. We have destroyed our natural resources, polluted the environment and mistreated our animals. The U.S. President, who should be a role model, speaks disrespectfully to and about women, was accused of rape and said that Hillary was not presidential while waving his hand in front of his pants’ zipper. Yes, we have made progress. Still we devalue the Divine Feminine, which is in all of us. We must bring that part of our nature to the forefront to balance the energy in the world. The cycles of nature, intuition, community and social justice must be honored if we are to thrive. Please join us Thursday to learn why liberating the witch within is a spiritual necessity.
Danielle Dulsky, author of Woman Most Wild: Three Keys to Liberating the Witch Within, is an artist, yoga teacher, energy worker, and founder of Living Mandala Yoga teacher training programs. She is a long-time activist for wild woman spirituality and the Divine Feminine’s return. Danielle’s mission is to inspire women to be fearless creators of their sacred work. She believes that all women alive today are meant to be instrumental in supporting positive social transformation through wild woman spirituality, reclamation of the name Witch, and the magick of sisterhood. Wild Woman Spirituality is a practice of living in rhythm with the natural solar and lunar cycles, forging connections between sensuality and spirituality, and reclaiming the name Witch as a sensual, creative and intuitive healer. She leads women’s circles, Witchcraft workshops, and energy healing trainings and lives in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Find her online at LivingMandalaYoga.com.