My amazing Dancing the Goddess course has been running for 7 weeks now. We've embraced Radha, Saraswati, Parvati, Kali, Durga and Sita thus far. And each evening has been an incredibly potent experience of Divine Feminine connection, awakening and transformation. As we prepare the altar each week and dress in the colours of the Goddess in residence, we've enjoyed dipping into the pinks, reds, whites and yellows in our wardrobe and bringing fresh flowers and fruit as decorat
I was discussing this recently with a female client, who did not feel feminine and wanted to connect more fully with her Feminine essence. She mentioned qualities such as grace, being pretty, flowing dresses and a sense of ease in the body. I wondered where, here, the imagined or culturally conditioned notion of femininity intersected with the actual felt sense of a woman deeply connected to her true nature. There is a big difference. If I look around me, there are many women
So many people I meet express an interest in knowing more about tantra or comment upon my radiance and positive vital energy. “I want what YOU’ve got” they say. Or “how can I experience the same kind of ecstatic experiences (sexual or otherwise) you talk about?”
At the same time, I’m aware that there are many of us out there, me included, who have all the best intentions of committing to a daily spiritual or connection practice, but find it challenging to sustain.