Have you ever sat in front of a blank journal and had no idea what to write? Do you have the urge to articulate but need a jumpstart? Are you drawn to the Divine Feminine but wondered where to begin?
Writing the Goddess is a 22 day self-study online course for those who would like to explore the Divine Feminine and themselves, via journaling, research and the study of a dedicated Goddess through mindful questioning, evocative prompts, and occasional exercises. It is a creative catalyst for women who want to begin a journaling practice while exploring the Goddess.
We begin with a blank journal, colored pens, some magazines that you can cut up, and (most importantly) a particular Goddess in mind. Textured and colored paper, markers, pencils – whatever makes you feel artistic and creative may be added. You will also need an internet connection or access to a library.
Through 22 days, you will be guided to unveil aspects of the Goddess that you have chosen and journal about those aspects and how they relate to you personally. Cosmic synchronicities are to be expected as the Goddess delights in making Her presence known in your life. As we write Her story, we are learning about our stories too; revealing soul symbols, aspects of the Goddess that resonate, and ancient traditions. Through the evolution of the eCourse and your journal, we bring the Goddess into today and our lives.
This course is hosted on Mystery School of the Goddess.
Be present with Her presence. Be unhidden with the divine connections moving in your life. Put pen to paper and unearth some of the musings of your soul and its sacred connections. Begin to feel your WomanRoots stretching back to Divine Mother.
This course is part of the process that Kimberly uses as a Priestess of the Goddess for her students and in her personal practice when she is seeking to connect with a new Goddess. These prompts and musings have been developed over the years of her studies. If you are unsure about a Goddess to choose for the course, you may contact Kimberly directly to arrange for a reading.