Saturday, December 31, 2011

I am a dangerous woman…

I am a dangerous woman…

Infinitely compassionate and wildly loving.
Softly strong and strongly soft in my ways.
Don’t get to close, you may see dreams come true
 and wishes appear from thin air.

I am a dangerous woman…….

Able to give unconditional love from an endless well within.
Blindingly bright ~ I will continue to shine until the stars fade from the heavens.
For God’s sake, don’t give me your heart,
I might show you what it’s for and how to use it.

I am a dangerous woman……

Capable and real.
Genuine and wise.
Whatever you do,
don’t tell me your secrets,
I will keep them.

I am a dangerous woman…….

Gently staunch in my defense of family, friends and home.
Crazy in love with my life.
Don’t expose me to your children,
I may teach them something of value.

I am a dangerous woman………

Reveling in my sensuality.
Enjoying all the pleasures of being female.
Stay away from me if a lover that is both your equal and your joy is what you seek.

I am all that I am meant to be.
If this means danger then……

I AM a dangerous woman.

Jennifer Farley (via Awakening Woman)

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Not sure how this happened but this is what I saw as I got home from work the other night....

Thursday, June 16, 2011


My alter in the living room

And my personal alter..

Monday, June 13, 2011

Coming of Age female

> East: I am the East. I am the spirit of youth and
> childhood. This is a time which will never come to
> you again in this life, but it must be left behind
> with wisdom and grace. Remember that a true woman is
> curious and intelligent. She seeks out knowledge and
> explores her world. Most important: a true woman
> seeks to know and understand her self.
> Do you understand what I say to you?
> Answer
> I offer both a challenge and gift:
> I challenge you to think before you speak. Use the
> intellect the Old Ones gave you. Keep silent when
> silence is best. Speak when words have meaning, and
> not before.
> I give to you a gift: the gift of laughter. Laughter
> is born of youth: take it with you into the world. Laugh in the midst of your pain and trial in this
> world, and let laughter work its Magicks on you
> always.
> Do you accept the challenge with the gift?
> Answer.
> South: I am the South. I am the spirit of sexuality
> and passion, and strength! I am sex and lust. I
> cannot be denied, only hidden. People who fear me,
> mask me in shame. People who abuse me, abuse themselves, by having no
> honor for themselves. True women allow themselves the
> freedom to explore my ecstasy, but remember that
> passion is not blind nor aimless. True women
> understand that there is a proper place and season for
> love and sex. Remember to allow yourself the freedom
> to love your own sexuality, but keep in mind that you
> must shield yourself, against disease and children
> conceived before you are ready to mother them. The
> first act of sexuality is to love your own self and
> your own body. Do you understand what I say to you?
> Answer.
> I offer both a challenge and a gift:
> Your challenge is to remember that part of sexuality
> is passion: I challenge you to be assertive. A true
> woman will speak her mind quietly and with
> determination, without trying to control or bully
> others.
> Your gift is this: I give you the freedom to love
> yourself. Explore your own thoughts and feelings of
> sexuality, long before you prepare to share it with
> another. A true woman does not prove herself by
> losing her maidenhead or by bearing a child. A true
> woman values herself as a treasure, and chooses
> carefully the time and place she will share her
> sexuality with another.
> Do you accept the challenge along with the gift?
> Answer.
> West: I am the West. I am the spirit of moods and
> intuition, highly prized by women! I am the rhythm of
> motherhood, the pulse of the ocean tides and the
> moon's cycle. I am the symbol of fertility. Remember
> that Mother is the first name for the Goddess. I am
> also the place of great responsibility: the great
> teacher. Remember that a true woman does not have to
> bear a child to be a mother, but that a true woman is,
> like the Mother, compassionate. A true woman cares
> about others: she tends the heart and souls of those
> she loves. A true woman is sympathetic and loving
> and strong. She knows that love is not easy, and
> sometimes is even painful, and this she accepts with
> grace and love. Do you understand what I say to you?
> Answer.
> I offer you both a gift and a challenge:
> The gift I give you is the same as the challenge: open
> yourself up to love and share your heart with others. Give your love and kindness to others. Accept love
> and kindness from others in return.
> Do you accept both the gift and the challenge?
> Answer.
> North: I am the North. I am the darkness of the
> tomb, the silence of the grave, and the keeper of the
> crossroads. I am the crossroads to which you have
> come. Remember that a true woman does not fear to
> move forward. Remember that a true woman chooses her
> path, and walks bravely down it, despite her fears. You have reached a crossroads in your life, and it
> will only be first of many. Do you understand what I
> say to you?
> Answer.
> I offer you both a gift and challenge:
> The gift I give you is the gift of secrecy. Women are
> secrets, full of mystery. They carry the mystery of
> bloodflow, and the miracle of life within their
> bodies.
> I also give you this challenge: Do not be a gossip or
> a tattletale. True women do not need to make trouble
> for others, and do not need to tell stories for now
> reason. Learn to be grounded. Learn to respect
> yourself enough not to care what others do if it does
> no harm to you or others.
> Do you accept both gift and challenge together?
> Answer.
> Center: I am the Center. I am pride, self-respect,
> honesty, and honor. Without these things you will
> never truly be a woman. Honor always your word, keep
> what trusts are given to you. Do not be malicious or
> cruel without need to others. Do what you have to, in
> order to survive, but do not act out of greed or rash
> anger.
> Do you understand what I say to you?
> Answer.
> I am both the challenge and gift of womanhood: Honor
> is the right of every woman. Keeping that honor is
> the task of every woman. You have the right to be
> respected until you lose that right. Act without
> honor and you lose our respect and will have to
> struggle to gain it again.
> Do you accept both this gift and this challenge?
> Answer.