The Power of the Sacred Feminine Coming Now

by Caryn MacGrandle, founder of the divine feminine app

Completely aware that it is NOT a mere coincidence that we were on opposite sides of the pond birthing into the ‘real world’ work that we have been doing mainly virtually the past few years. I was able to meet at the Parliament of the World’s Religions women that I have crossed virtual paths with over the past years. More and more lately, I see the dichotomy of this absolutely amazing balanced world being built by us versus the craziness, fear, anger and hatred that appears to be prevalent in the rest of the world if you read the news.

I don’t buy it. I don’t. I still believe in people. And I believe the large majority of us just want food on our table, a roof over our head and people to love us. If we work together, we can all have that.

The picture is Lucy Pearce leading 130 women in a spiral dance. I am in the midst of writing an article for Feminism and Religion on my experience with the Universal Dances of Peace at the Parliament of the World’s Religions.

The work we are doing right now is so very important. I feel that in every cell of my body.

Be sure to sign up for Lucy’s newsletter at Womancraft Publishing Below is an excerpt:

“We have had a momentous few days for Womancraft Publishing as multiple authors spoke at two events on opposite sides of the Atlantic in the third week of August. In Chicago (US) at the World Parliament of Religions authors Liz Childs Kelly (Home to Her) and Gina Martin (When She Wakes trilogy) were joined by Caryn Moon (aka MacGrandle) of the Divine Feminine App and two more wonder women Marie Nazon and Lettie Sullivan to give a talk. Liz’s book won a gold Nautilus award and Nautilus were there with a stand, so she got to meet them in person.

Whilst in Lancaster (UK) Womancraft founder Lucy Pearce, was joined by Yoga for Witches author Sarah Robinson and Descent and Rising author Carly Mountain at The Witches Revival. They each spoke and taught and ran the Womancraft bookstall together, meeting large numbers of Womancraft readers and fans. They sold out of the massive stock – 8 large boxes of books! – by mid afternoon on Saturday. It was a powerful and healing few days and Womancraft look forward to going back next year.

Says Lucy,

“I had a moment where it hit me and brought me to tears – seeing the books there with our authors and our readers, all in one room: I did this! We’re doing this! All this work we do unseen, all the worries and stress and details, every book chosen and edited and designed, every email written, every contract signed, parcel packed, every trip to the post office made this happen. So much of our work is virtual, I’ve met so few of our authors in real life, we work online, we sell most of our books online. We get lovely emails and reviews and the occasional letter and gift, but to see the reality of Womancraft work and people out in the world was powerful and as we approach the celebration of our first decade, it fired me up for our second decade – one where we do more on the ground, out in the world – more events and meet ups. Our first decade was about establishment and seeding, the second will be about expansion.”

Lucy said that well. And I believe so many of us are there:

Our first decade was about establishment and seeding, the second will be about expansion.

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