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Here is a wild, juicy ride where we connect beyond the mind and the limited personality. Here we nourish each other through our bodies and hearts and celebrate the gifts we are by simply being alive as radiant, soft women.  We gather to celebrate our strengths, beauty and gifts. We gather to pray and worship each other as divine incarnations and try to dare to love each other fully, all the way without holding anything back. We see each other deeply and clearly and filled with feminine juice. This type of women’s work, of feminine spiritual practices, through exploring practices that fill us up directly from source, we move into our own overflowing divine feminine nature, into the parts of us that are whole, fulfilled, assertive, divine, juicy and clear.

When a woman is in touch with her deepest inner knowing, when she can hear her “soul-voice,” she can feel a deep connection with the universe. She is then able to follow her intuition without doubting and second-guessing herself.

Too often in modern culture, our intuition is drowned out by to-do lists and schedules, money problems, and worries about what other people will think about us. The list of distractions goes on and on. The Wild Woman is able to let go of all of these small concerns in order to nourish what is most important for her soul: The pull of her heart toward what she really loves and what she is meant to do in the world.

We must each start within. We can begin by discovering and releasing what is wild within each of us, allowing it to open and blossom in our lives. Once we find the voice inside, the same voice that guided our indigenous ancestors to medicinal wisdom and spiritual knowledge, then we are in touch with the Sacred Feminine, the connection to birth, life, and death that guides each of us. When we allow this voice to become stronger, when we truly listen to it and acknowledge it, we will understand what our gift is and how to share it in the world.

In her book Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D. writes of the feminine nature:
“It’s not by accident that the pristine wilderness of our planet disappears as the understanding of our own inner wild nature fades. It is not so difficult to comprehend why old forests and old women are viewed as not very important resources. It is not such a mystery.”
 
“Bone by bone, hair by hair, Wild Woman comes back.
Through night dreams, through events half understood and half remembered...” 
― Clarissa Pinkola EstésWomen Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype 
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Below are links to important information about the Wild Woman Weekend. 
If you are interested in sharing your gifts with us this year, please click on the appropriate box and fill out the application. 
There is also a link to purchase tickets.
The Wild Woman page links below will be turned on and updated as we have our presenters etc. for the year. 

Presenters

Vendors

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Performers

Healers

Workshops & Ceremonies

Schedule

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