Tag: sacred living

  • Reviving the Ancient Sisterhood by Azriel ReShel

    Reviving the Ancient Sisterhood by Azriel ReShel

    “In the heart of every woman beats the longing to sit with her sisters, to crack open, connect deeply and share her vulnerability, her joys, fears and her dreams. In ancient times the unfettered magic of the sacred feminine flowed freely. Her abundant fertility and creative power was in harmony with the principles of nature…

  • Personal Alchemy

    The word Alchemy is derived from the ancient name for Egypt, Al-chemia, meaning ‘black fertile soil’. Egypt is well-known for being the land of transformation. The origins of Alchemy are accredited to Hermes Trismegistus. Hermes was a sage who lived around 3000 BC in Egypt, also thought to be Thoth, the ancient god/neter of wisdom.…

  • Dance as a Spiritual Practice-Online

    Dance as a Spiritual Practice-Online

    A 2-hour online course taught by Leslie Zehr, Esoteric Dance teacher from Egypt and author of The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer, designed to introduce the student to the elements of Sacred Dance and how it can be used as a Spiritual Practice.Students will learn the concept of…

  • Goddess of the House

    The goddess of the house, where did she go? A thing of the past? There is a phrase in Arabic rubit el beit. Some would argue that this phrase means the subtle aspect of God that permeates our surroundings or home. Well…that is exactly what I am talking about; sacred space. The original concept of…

  • A House is not a Home

    In the past the home was a sacred space, the hearth, usually tended by women, the goddesses of sacred space. Then materialism took over and the pursuit of money became the highest accomplishment leaving houses abandon, devoid of that sacred energy. It became a place to sleep and put your ‘stuff’. ‘Latch-key children’ was the…

  • Words of Love-The Art of Eloquence

    Words of Love-The Art of Eloquence

    From my journal: The voice I heard this morning said “speak only words of love”. The Divine Feminine transforms through words of love and encouragement, not criticism. Criticism is defining and separating. Love is unifying and empowering. I always begin my day slowly. This is what I call Sacred Living, honoring yourself and your own…