Thursday, February 12, 2015

Why Goddess Feminism, Activism, or Spirituality? by Jenna Farr Ludwig

In her talk at the 2014 Synchronicity: Matter and Psyche Symposium, held at Joshua Tree, CA, presenter Anne Baring spoke about our responsibility to embrace the ancient and indigenous view of the world and cosmos as ‘ensouled’ and spirit-filled. Baring warned that the archetypal feminine qualities that combine and connect Nature, Soul, Matter, and Body with Mind have been split off and marginalized and that it is time to honor the spirit of the Feminine in our thinking and experiences such as synchronicity, dreams, visions, intuition, imagination, as well as connecting with the deeper facets of our inner Feminine in grief work, illness, and death. Facing such issues as climate change, ongoing wars, and world hunger—global problems that are increasing exponentially—we are being charged with the duty to embrace the nature-soul-matter-body-loving energy of the Divine Feminine before it is too late, not only for ourselves, but for future generations.”

From Ludwig’s forthcoming book, Synchronicity Journaling: Working with Meaningful Coincidence, Dreams, and Visions.

Jenna Farr Ludwig, Berkeley CA


This is an ongoing collective writing project, initiated by Magoism: The Way of S/He and Mother Tree Sanctuary in response to the question, "Why Goddess Feminism, Activism, or Spirituality?" We will feature different women's answers here and on the Magoism blog in the months to come as part of this project.

Contributions are welcome.  Please email or join the discussion on the Magoism group on Facebook.

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