Why do I love working with the Wild Woman Archetype? Because connecting with this archetype is so powerful. She is
When I was in graduate school I had the great good fortune to study with Shiloh Sophia, renowned visionary artist and founder of Intentional Creativity®. Shiloh’s classes were my introduction to painting the feminine essence, art as a sacred practice and the world of Intentional Creativity.
I am totally psyched about the outstanding work of
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I didn’t set out to paint her … she wasn’t on my mind at all when I began this painting. However I had intended to connect with some ancestral wisdom regarding a story I’m writing set in my birthplace of Jamaica.
I’ve been thinking about how the human condition can be brutal. It feels to me as if there are four big archetypes playing out on a grand scale for many people individually and collectively. I call them the Big Four: Victim, Tyrant, Rebel, Savior.
13 years ago today I moved to the United States and began a new life. I feel an inner awareness now of a new cycle opening, another turn taking place…
This is the 3rd installment in a 3 part series. Go to Part 1 here and go to Part 2
(Part 2 of a 3 part series on Sacred Texts in Women’s Spirituality: The Work of Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés
I call her Wild Woman, for those very words, wild and woman, create the fairy-tale knock at the door of
Dodona, located in a lush and remote valley in western Greece, is the oldest oracle site in Greece dating back