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After the Body, the Land by Kate Brunner

After we learn to let our bodies tell our stories, after we embrace somatic spirituality, after we become one with these bodies that move us to action, that power the physical acts that manifest our spiritual work as feminists, what next? 1,038 more words

Earth-based Spirituality

Reality Bites!

In metaphysical circles, teeth are often said to point to indecisiveness, indecision, taking on too much or holding on too long. The upper realm teeth deal with our hidden or inner actions. 824 more words

A Crone’s Life, an Embodied Experience by Deanne Quarrie 

In January of 2013, I wrote an article here for FAR called Embody the Sacred. In it I wrote,

“If we are to fully embrace living a magical life it is important to remember how to live in our bodies comfortably and safely. 942 more words


Fair and (Therefore) Lovely by Vibha Shetiya

According to the Great Indian Cultural Lexicon, being light-skinned or “fair” translates to being “lovely.” A look at commercials that promise a make-over, courtesy of Fair and Lovely skin lightening cream will attest to this. 1,202 more words


The Fruit of Holy Ground

When the LORD saw him coming over to look at it more closely,

God called out to him from the bush, “Moses! Moses!”
He answered, “Here I am.” 2,507 more words

Theology And Culture

Seeing Through My Nipples by Karen Moon

This article is inspired from my Facebook group’s book study of Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, specifically Chapter 11: Retrieving a Sacred Sexuality. 1,089 more words


Breastfeeding and the Abject? by Sara Frykenberg

Once upon time formula companies and complicit medical experts launched a serious campaign to sell more formula, telling a generation of mothers that this product was both superior to breast milk and far better for baby and mother. 1,235 more words