OK, I admit I am a DE sister in a male body, and I love the distinctions of this magnificent portal in life.
My friend and mentor Arion Light recently wrote an epic article praising it, Here is some of what he said:
For me, this is medicine our disconnected culture so desperately needs. A return to an honour of the beauty of the feminine. I feel, as do many of you I’m sure, our disconnection from our deep love within is at the heart of our insatiable need for stuff and distraction. When we truly see ‘her’ beauty all we can do is bow and give our lives to celebrate and serve her.
I really get it’s not the ‘only’ answer. Clearly, this reverence for love, women, earth and simplicity has to turn to action if we are to make the cultural shift that many of us hunger for. Yet this is a portal to initiating women, men and all beings to know this wild dark love in themselves, and that has to be a very central step to the revolution we need to survive.
There are five archetypes studied, The Erotic Mother, The Wild Women, The Slut, The Maiden and the Priestess over either an intense week or an eight-week evening format. The way you look at life and the human beings in it are transformed forever.
Given this is relatively new work, just seven years young, how did the world speak about female archetypes prior to this, lets walk down that path:
1. Sisters, do we run with the wolves?
2. Spell time methinks: For Love of Woman.
3. Could be the DE sister to-do list.
4. This work clearly heals the participant’s relationships with their ancestors: Familiar.
5. You enter many doors over the times, and you come out the other side, some easier than others.
6. Lucy rocks: Tantric Shamanic Dance Journey.
7. You get the opportunity to enquire into your relationship to the naked body if you wish.
8. Fuck Off: Closer.
9. Mrs POTUS, did she pass the test?
10. Take the risk, sisters: Last Stand.
11. Shadow and Light, they travel together and both are as necessary as each other.
12. It was some brave male sisters who kept requesting who saw this work became available for he’s as well as she’s: Good For You.
13. A drop of free water, magnificent line.
14. And from the lesser-known member of the Gates partnership, comes this powerful quote: Touch.
15. And our final lesson comes from Lord of The Rings. Haldir was an Elf of Lothlórien, probably a Silvan Elf, and a march warden who guarded the forest’s northern borders. When the Fellowship of the Ring arrived in Lórien, he became their guide to Caras Galadhon. He and his companions are described as wearing grey hooded cloaks and residing on platforms or flets. Underlying all is Love.
This is Arion’s final wish in his news feed article about the work and its courses, May they fill with people and may we all grow an inner and outer love that brings a revolution of deep love and healthy power throughout the fabric of our worlds. I second the motion.
Today’s playlist comes from one of the Dancing Eros playlists I created from existing Spotify lists that began with the Dancing Eros titles. See, I much prefer visual to the audio, there are some damn sexy videos in the lists. If you put in Dancing Eros in the Youtube search engine you will find a few. The first track comes from Perequios, then Agnes Obel which is followed by a momentous track from Leyolah Antara. Two men follow, NIne Inch Nails and Kwabs. The penultimate track is from Selena Gomez and we finish with Holy Other: In Praise Of.
If this amazing work could spread across the planet, Love and Respect for All, Everybody Included would happen sooner than later, methinks. Remember if you like these blogs register to receive them in your inbox on the right-hand side. Until we meet again, my dear friends.