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When will we stop making new sides to be on?
Posted on December 4, 2018 by Helen White
In whatever I do, I can’t help but be the bridge builder; its how I’m “made”, which is to see both sides or, more accurately, the fuller picture. It’s this same over the currently topical matter of feminine v masculine, … Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Culture, Divine feminine, divine masculine, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Menu, Personal Development, Spirituality, Vegetarianism | Tagged beliefs, carnsim, cult behaviour, danger of entrenched beliefs, ending separation, feminine and masculine, feminism, goddess, going to meet the masculine aspect, healing the divide, healing the gender rift, husband, husbandry, reciprocal relationships, religion or science, vegan religion test case, veganism, why people long to belong | Leave a comment
The wide open garden of the heart
Posted on November 12, 2017 by Helen White
You can feel as though you are standing on the very cusp of a meeting place between impulses that have tugged and pulled at one another for thousands of years of human history when you visit Canterbury. I thought that finding somewhere tranquil to spend 11 o’ clock on 11/11 would be a straightforward matter there…but what unfolded had a longer, deeper and more convoluted story to tell me about the relationship between masculine and feminine and where we are now as they learn to come back together in one place again. Continue reading →
Posted in Ancient sites, Consciousness & evolution, Divine feminine, divine masculine, History, Leylines, Menu, Personal Development, Symbolic journeys | Tagged Boudicca, Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral, dragon lines, feminism, freedom, healing the world, injustice, leylines, Mary Magdalene, masculine, sacred feminine, sacred garden, Thomas Becket, unconditional love, Watlington Street, where feminine meets masculine, world energy grid | 5 Comments
The feminine has landed…so how do we induce her to stay?
Posted on September 24, 2017 by Helen White
…As the feminine learns to dare to take down her blockade and end her long denial of her own natural receptivity (having fully reactivated the divine integrity that keeps her perpetually intact from within), the male learns how much more fulfilling it is to give (not force) and how to enjoy holding something like a tender embrace (not an imprisonment or statement of ownership) once again. And as the feminine deigns to come into this arrangement, wanting to stay, to receive, to be offered the structures in which she can be her most playful and unlimited self, we all get to experience wholeness…together. Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Divine feminine, divine masculine, Health & wellbeing, Menu, metaphor, Personal Development, Spirituality, Symbolic journeys | Tagged ayurveda, divine guidance, doshas, eighth wave, Eve, feminism, heal the world, healing the masculine, healing women, kundalini, living goddess, male and female realtionship, mid-life thriving, ninth wave, pitta, pudendal nerve, receptivity, return of the goddess, root chakra, sacred feminine, shakti, trust, unity consciousness, vata, vulnerability, wholeness, woman wisdom, women and shame, yin-yang | 7 Comments
That place in the middle
Posted on February 25, 2017 by Helen White
How do we have life both ways – inspired and creative yet practical and sustaining – without compromise to our own sweet spot and so that we get to thrive whilst creating a new paradigm modelled on unity consciousness in action. Here’s some thoughts arising out of my real-life experiences this week… Continue reading →
Posted in Art, Art purpose, Art transformation tool, Consciousness & evolution, Divine feminine, divine masculine, Health & wellbeing, History, Life choices, Life journey, Menu, Personal Development | Tagged art and the eighth wave of creation, art business, art's role in evolution, being grounded, feminism, frustrations of a creative career, getting life into balance, making a living out of art, right-hemisphere, The Nine Waves of Creation, the ninth wave, thriving, unity consciousness, yin-yang | 2 Comments
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