The greek etymology of the word ‘sin' is to ‘miss the mark’ and indeed she did.
She missed all the marks the church and patriarchal society placed on what it meant to be an a woman in her full glory.
Magdalene was fierce, she was wild power, a true heretic and embodiment of passionate feminine power that will not be controlled nor owned.
If you’ve ever felt that you were ‘too much’, you’ve felt her essence.
This is her wild dance within you.
Beckoning you to lean into your edges, to defy the norm, to awaken into ecstasy and surrender to your own deep, unbridled and wild love.
She dares us to challenge anything and everything which isn’t rooted in love and authenticity.
Through each one of us, the essence of her courage lives on.
Where could you challenge yourself and dare to lean in to an edge?
Where have you been judged or judged yourself for being too much?
May we each find within, the inner marriage needed to embody true, sustainable, gentle and fierce power.
Blessed Magdalene Feast beauties.
SISTERHOOD DYNAMICS are riddled with ancient wounds.
As you embrace them rather than deny/ignore them, the wound releases its own healing balm.
Womxn, we are the vessels from where the medicine flows forth.
Acknowledging and embracing these wounds that surface in our woman to woman relating allows its medicinal fragrance to saturate our pain.
Until we can heal together, we cannot weave our medicine into the world and we will continue to believe we have to do it alone.
Cheers to the rise and loud volume this sister wound is taking on because it is here, where we get to see our mirrored willingness and core truth to grounded sisterhood.