You can join the Home to Her Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/hometoher. To stay up to date on all the latest episodes, you can also sign up for my newsletter (and download a free meditation) at www.hometoher.com.
Molly’s latest book is Walking with Persephone: A Midlife Journey of Descent and Renewal, published by Womancraft Publishing. You can learn more about Molly, her books and her popular Story Goddesses at www.brigidsgrove.com.
We also discussed the following books:The Chalice and the Blade, by Riane EislerWhen God Was a Woman, by Merlin StoneA Mythic Life, by Jean Houston
Don’t forget to get your tickets for Revelry, happening ONLINE this Saturday, September 25! On Monday, September 20th ONLY: when you purchase one ticket, you get your second one free! To learn more and purchase tickets, visit www.revelrycelebrations.com.
And, you still have time to sign up for the upcoming course “Call of the Wild Feminine,” a 12-week online inquiry into the Sacred Feminine beginning September 28, featuring some truly amazing teachers and including your favorite podcast host (me, obviously). Use the code hometoher20 for a 20% discount off the entire course, anytime between now and when the course begins. Learn more and register at https://wildfeminine.co.
You can learn more about Advaya at www.advaya.co. Additionally, you can learn about their upcoming course with Rupert Sheldrake at www.theBigQuestionsInScience.com.
We discussed Riane Eisler and her theories of cultures of dominance and partnership extensively. You can learn more about her work at www.centerforpartnershipstudies.com
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You can learn more about Trista and Girl God Books at her website, www.thegirlgod.com.
You can learn more about Iris at her website, www.iris-eve.com, and check out SHE: On the Tip of Her Tongue on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SHEonthetipofhertongue
You can check out the lineup for Revelry at www.revelrycelebrations.com. And, you can learn more about the Wild Feminine course at www.wildfeminine.co.
And please join me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/hometoher.
You can learn more about Dr. Kavitha Chinnaiyan, the Śabda Institute and all of her books at her website: https://sabda.institute/.
You can also listen to her chanting the Lalitã Sahasranãma here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zYycduhCgk
On this episode, Kavitha provided an overview of the Bhagavad Gita. If you’d like to read it, she recommends The Holy Geeta, by Swami Chinmayananda, and Paths to God: Living the Bhagavad Gita, by Ram Dass.
You can learn more about my upcoming Revelry event, hosted in collaboration with Girl God Books and She: On the Tip of Her Tongue, and purchase tickets at our website: www.revelrycelebrations.com.
Mat and Kate’s book, The Black Madonna’s Song, is available from Atlantic Press here: http://atlanticpressbooks.com/product/the-black-madonnas-song/
You can learn more about Mat and his work at www.strandlinebooks.co.uk., and more about Kate and her work at www.katewalters.co.uk.
Our conversation covered a wide range of topics. Here are a few highlights:You can learn more about the art of Meinrad Craighead at https://meinradcraighead.com/.The work of Extinction Rebellion: https://rebellion.global/A sampling of the brilliant music of Johann Sebastian Bach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JQm5aSjX6gStephen Jenkinson: https://orphanwisdom.com/The writings of Sophie Strand: https://www.instagram.com/cosmogyny/You can listen to the first episode of the Home to Her podcast here: https://hometoher.simplecast.com/episodes/exploring-the-secrets-of-the-rosary-with-clark-strand-and-perdita-finnThe Way of the Rose Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wayoftherose
Mark your calendars for our Revelry celebration happening Saturday, September 25, and be sure to follow along on social media: @revelry2021 on Instagram, and @Revelry on Facebook.You can learn more about Monica, her work and her podcast at www.jointherevelation.com. You can also follow her on Instagram @revelationwoman, and on Facebook @TRPwoman. Monica describes the Descent of Inanna, the world’s oldest epic poem. You can learn more about it here: https://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/descent-inanna-underworld-5500-year-old-literary-masterpiece-007296We also discussed the work of Lynne Twist. You can learn more about her Pachamama Alliance here: https://www.pachamama.org/
Be sure to follow @revelry2021 on Instagram and Revelry on Facebook for more information on our celebration of the season of fall, coming Saturday, September 25! I wrote briefly about my own awakening to Divine Feminine wisdom, which you can read about in this article from Braided Way Magazine.
Risa and Amy’s book is Missing Witches: Recovering True Histories of Feminist Magic.
You can learn more about them and their podcast at https://www.missingwitches.com/.
You can also learn more about the books and art Monica Sjoo, which we discussed toward the end of the episode, here:https://www.monicasjoo.net/.
You can learn more about Chameli and Awakening Women at www.awakeningwomen.com. You can also watch her wonderful TedX talk here: https://youtu.be/dcDCXzX_HQAChameli referenced the following Audre Lorde quote, “The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.” This is the name of a longer essay, which you can read in full here: https://collectiveliberation.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Lorde_The_Masters_Tools.pdfToward the end of our discussion, Chameli referenced the three Norns from Nordic mythology. You can learn more about them here: https://mythology.net/norse/norse-gods/norns/.
Mytrae’s memoir is Brown Skin Girl: An Indian-American Woman’s Journey from Broken to Beautiful.
You can learn more about Mytrae and read more channeled messages from Mother Mary at her website, www.mytraemeliana.com.
Mytrae is also an incredibly talented pianist, and you can listen to her songs on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5U3HHCcrQqdxYVe2YKojC9?si=FTX4-4Y2SHC6O-c-gAAOaA
Joan and I discussed lots of resources today! Here are several links for additional exploration:You can learn more about Joan and the Institute of Archaeomythology at https://www.archaeomythology.org/. The OPUS Archives and Research Center at Pacifica Graduate Institute is home to the official libraries of both Marija Gimbutas and Joseph Campbell. You can learn more about both, and explore a virtual exhibit of Marija’s work in honor of the 100th anniversary of her birth here: https://www.opusarchives.org/.You can learn more about the hero’s journey, which was outlined in detail by Joseph Campbell in his book The Hero with A Thousand Faces. Valarie Kaur’s Watch Night speech from 2017 is worth watching, over and over again. Her “darkness of the womb” analogy is transformational and electrifying. https://valariekaur.com/2017/01/watch-night-speech-breathe-push/This is a good description of how daughter redwood trees rise up around the body of the mother trees:http://www.flowersociety.org/redwood-profile.htmThe Association for the Study of Women in Mythology is hosting a symposium from July 16-18, 2021 to celebrate the life and work of Marija Gimbutas. You can learn more and register here: https://womenandmyth.org/events/symposium/
Bethany’s book is Discovering the Inner Mother: A Guide to Healing the Mother Wound and Claiming Your Personal Power
You can learn more about Bethany and her work at her website: www.bethanywebster.com.
You can follow Bethany on Instagram @themotherwound, and visit her Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/innermother
You can access Bethany’s online class, Discovering the Inner Mother, here: https://www.bethanywebster.com/inner-mother-course/.
You can also sign up for her free upcoming Mother’s Day course here:
You can learn more about Monette at her website: www.monettechilson.com
You can also learn more about Girl God books at their website: www.thegirlgod.com
And, you can sign up for Lessons in Lineage here: https://girl-god-books.mykajabi.com/
Here are a few more resources we discussed during today’s episode:Original Resistance – Reclaiming Lilith, Reclaiming Ourselves, edited by Monette Chilson and published by Girl God BooksMy Name is Lilith by Monette ChilsonSophia Rising: Awakening Your Sacred Wisdom Through Yoga, by Monette Chilson
You can learn more about Lisa Grace at her website: http://www.sacredawakening.com/. You can also learn more about the work of the late Dr. Shakti Malan via Shakti Shiva Academy: https://shaktishiva.academy/.
Here are a few additional resources we discussed during this episode:Sexual Awakening for Women, by Dr. Shakti MalanThe Yoga of Intimacy, a Western sacred sexuality practice taught by Justin Patrick Pierce and Londin Angel WintersBetty Martin and the Wheel of ConsentLeslie Temple-Thurston and the teachings of Core Light
You can learn more about Carol and her work via her website, www.carolfoxprescott.com. To learn more about In the Voice of Our Mothers and order a copy of the Haggadah, visit www.inthevoiceofourmothers.com.
During the episode, Carol mentions the Shekhinah - you can read more about this here.
Amantha's new book, The Way of the Seabhean: An Irish Shamanic Path, is available via Womancraft Publishing.
You can learn more about Amantha and her teachings at her website, www.celticsouljourneys.com. Her Way of the Seabhean introductory weekend course will occur via Zoom March 13-14.
You can also listen to a beautiful recorded meditation with Amantha, “The Earth Dreams,” here.
You can learn more about Alessandra Belloni, including the classes she offers, at her website: https://www.alessandrabelloni.com/.
Her book, Healing Journeys with the Black Madonna, is available on Audible here, and in paperback and e-book format here.
During the episode, Alessandra performed her powerful Healing Chant for the Black Madonna for the Plague, from the Middle Ages. You can learn more about the chant and watch her perform it with her ensemble here.
You can also watch Alessandra perform Nigra Sum Sed Formasa (I am Black and Beautiful) here.
You can learn more about Lilith and their work in several ways: https://lilithdorsey.com/.
YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/lilithdorsey
Voodoo Universe blog: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/voodoouniverse/
Pop Occulture Show: https://lilithdorsey.com/pop-occulture-show
Here are a few more resources/notes from today's show:The Glam Witch, by Michael Herkes, explores how to practice modern witchcraft with the aid of the Goddess LilithATR is an acronym for African Traditional ReligionsA veve is a religious symbol used in Haitian Vodoun. The book Veve, by Milo Rigaud, includes a comprehensive overview of these symbols. The documentary by Djimon Hounsou referenced by Lilith is In Search of Voodoo: Roots to Heaven. Here's a blog post written by Lilith about Marie Laveau: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/voodoouniverse/2013/10/the-real-voodoo-queen-marie-laveau/
You can learn more about Lucy's work at her website, www.lucyhpearce.com.
You can also learn more about Womancraft Publishing and available titles at www.womancraftpublishing.com.
Here are a few more resources related to today's discussion:The passage I share at the beginning of the episode is from Lucy's incredible book, Burning Woman.Lucy's work is referenced in the wonderful book If Women Rose Rooted, by Sharon Blackie.Elizabeth Gould Davis was an American librarian who wrote the book The First Sex. Ina May Gaskin is an American midwife and an advocate for women's healthcare. You can learn more about her here.Mary Daly was a former academic, feminist and theologian. Her published works included Gyn/Ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism, Beyond God the Father: Toward a Philosophy of Women's Liberation, The Church and the Second Sex.Merlin Stone was an art historian who wrote the incredible book When God Was a Woman.
You can learn more about the 13 Moon Mystery School and the Sanctuary of the Open Heart here.
You can also learn more about Ariel Spilsbury and purchase her books, including the 13 Moon Oracle referenced on the show, here.
Ariel also mentioned David Attenborough's new movie, A Life on Our Planet, which can be viewed on Netflix.