May 28, 2013 NEWSLETTER
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May 28, 2013
Seed, Water, Fertilize!
Remember the story of the Chinese Bamboo Tree? Plant the seed, water & fertilize. First year, nothing happens, continue to water & fertilize, nothing happens, several more years, same story, until it spurts up 40’ in a season! All that watering and fertilizing was doing something underground, this is how grassroots advocacy for a UN 5WCW reaches tipping point, and voila! On the last day I was at the UN CSW, opportunity and synchronicity came together via an unexpected invitation to be interviewed on Our Sacred Journey, a Voice of America program hosted by Audrey Kitagawa. The program became available on May 20, was an opportunity to talk of sacred circles, 5WCW advocacy, heart-centered activism and part of my own journey that began with role-model parents. More watering and fertilizing!
The interview The Rise of the Divine Feminine
I am writing Atalanta: The Indomitable Spirit of the Artemis Archetype.
“In Jungian analyst Jean Shinoda Bolen’s writing, symbol, archetype, and synchronicity combine with activism to create the potential to change the world. In her latest book, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle ($18.85), Dr. Bolen inspires women to be the millionthcircle==heart-centered activists who will bring about a tipping point. Bolen is the author of the ground-breaking book, Goddesses in Everywoman.”
CIIS Friday lecture, June 7, 7 – 9 pm
Feathered Pipe Ranch, Helena, MT, June 22 - 29
Women’s Workshop-Retreat with Barbara McAfee
Times of Change & Creativity: At the Crossroad with Hecate
(Tuition $895 + accommodations varies from $1225 -2045)
Register with a friend before May 31, discount per person—$150
Other 2013 Events in St. Louis (August), Vancouver Island (September), Colorado Springs (October). Click here for more details.
With love, hope, perseverance and optimism,