Thanks Stephen for clearly bringing to light what for some is very obvious, and yet for many others…
Jonathan Evatt

Thank you for sending the link to your article. I found it fascinating and important. The sense of a divine feminine is in our bones and certainly goes back to our time in utero. How can it be otherwise, than that we know in our most basic parts that it is the feminine that brings us into the world? It is the feminine that creates what is most important. In a funny way, I wonder if there is such an emphasis on male creation because it is such a secondary process.

This is not to say that the male creative process isn’t of critical importance. It is simply to underline how powerful the feminine process is and how - by not accepting and celebrating that power — we have caused ourselves great damage.