Archive for Women’s voices

Sheryl Sandberg's new book: Lean In I have not yet read Sheryl Sandberg's new book (Lean In just became available on Amazon) but I saw her 2010 TED talk and found that although women could learn from some of her recommendations, her approach did not resonate for me. I am feeling compelled to speak up because I read Anne-Marie Slaughter's New York Times book review and I was again filled with energy about this topic.  I think women are tired of hearing what is wrong with them, tired of being Read more [...]
Witches. The Burning Times. Intuitive wisdom. Magic. Women. Finding our voices. Speaking our truth. Claiming our full potential. Embodying our sacred powers. Embodying our sacred selves. Curious? With Halloween around the corner, it is time, once again, to remember the witches. It’s a time to honor the dead and all who died during the Burning Times. This post picks up where last year’s left off. It is part of a provocative act of collaboration and co-creation by five kindred spirits: "Remembering Read more [...]

Remembering the witches

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Have you wondered where your power and strength comes from? Or why at times you are overcome with a fear that seems unjustified given the life you are living? Who were the witches? What happened? What can we learn? How does our history inform us, as women and men, today? This Halloween is a good time to remember those women whose lives were lost hundreds of years ago. *  *  * I recently saw the Canadian documentary The Burning Times for the first time. Produced in 1990 by Donna Read, the Read more [...]