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Feminism & Shamanism (pt. 2): Amazonian Feminism

A dear sister & Ayahuasquera (female practitioner of Ayahuasca), once told me that the reason she began hosting all women’s Ayahuasca ceremonies was because the medicine told her that there were certain things women could heal from only in the presence of other women: grief issues surrounding childbirth woman to woman competition sexual trauma sexual identity Though these elements of woman may not feel applied … Continue reading Feminism & Shamanism (pt. 2): Amazonian Feminism

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Feminism & Shamanism (pt. 1): Gateway into a Personal Journey

My journey with Ayahuasca began slightly over 5 years ago but, looking back, it feels like a lifetime ago that that journey began. It was an instantaneous re-connection to something ancient within myself, but familiar to the soul. Like many people in the modern New Age of Ayahuasca culture, my first time was in the states. But since then my journey has evolved into a … Continue reading Feminism & Shamanism (pt. 1): Gateway into a Personal Journey

Red Tent Reflections from the Eclipse: Sun & Moon in the Coming Times

I settle into my subtle body, right here in this moment, to re-member the eclipse’s transmission. Wild, fearless, all parts illuminated, bright-eyed, confused, quiet, held back. Wondering. As the moon quickly approached the edge of the sun’s glare with her curves, earthlings sat in amazement. It happened so quickly, yet the effects are still reverberating weeks later. The moon’s feminine mystique made us all experience … Continue reading Red Tent Reflections from the Eclipse: Sun & Moon in the Coming Times

Unveiling Eve & Lilith

As Women, we are dualistic in our very core, in the roots of our very Creation. Our Mother Roots are still within us, which is a Yin Yang of Dualism, and perfection. Our Divine Feminine Nature is composed of 2 Mother Archetypes: The Shamed & Tamed Eve and the Dark & Deadly Lilith. Exploring deeply the mythological and biblical stories of Eve & Lilith, I have … Continue reading Unveiling Eve & Lilith

The Ceremony of Bleeding

In Western culture, our women do not have the societal right to hold menstrual traditions while functioning in society. Whereas in many cultures, women have the foundation of cultural heritage to remove themselves for the “ceremony of bleeding”, our women simply go to work, business as usual. However, in many of the lineages that I have studied with, and now often teach the essence of … Continue reading The Ceremony of Bleeding