An interview with Sophia Style (Mujer Ciclica/Cyclical Woman) by Kathy Walkling (Ecofemme)
Together we explore how our personal experiences of menstrual pain led to a creative awakening, and share some seemingly ordinary yet surprisingly empowering tools that helped us reframe the context of the journey into our cyclical nature and feminine wisdom. We hope you enjoy listening to our chat and it inspired you to discover the Medicine Woman in you!
“The archetype of the Medicine Woman helps us to heal ourselves and heal our lineage, so we can evolve as humanity”. An interview with Judy Orion.
In this interview, Judy Orion testifies to the creative power that can come from connecting with the Medicine Woman archetype and how this can potentially reveal new dimensions of ourselves to bring to the world.
This text captures the essence of the Medicine Woman that we carry within and that, more than ever, the world needs to resurface. I invite you to read it to recognize the qualities that you already have integrated and those that you would like to cultivate and strengthen in yourself.
Fire. Water. Air. Earth. It’s amazing how much wisdom is contained in these four elements. We are witnessing a powerful resurgence of this ancestral wisdom for healing ourselves and the Earth.
According to indigenous traditions in many parts of the world, every animal has a medicine, a teaching and a message for us, if we’re open to receiving their wisdom. Today, we’d like to share a beautiful text about the dragonfly.
Now that most of us are confined at home, as we embrace the magnitude of this outer collective situation, the word “prayer” stands out in my heart and it seems to make more sense than ever. But what does prayer really mean? I would love to share my experience and...
‘I am a Medicine Woman’ is a majestic, healing and inspirational poem with a rhythm you will feel like dancing to!
Each and every one of us feels a particular connection with one animal, or perhaps several, which gives us an opportunity to understand their nature and our relationship to their power as ‘totems’, to be invoked as guides in life’s challenging moments.