Carl McColman is with us to discuss the hidden dimension of the Divine Feminine within Christian mysticism along with a perfect example of this in the personage of Julian of Norwich, Medieval Mystic, who wrote about the motherhood of God following a mystical vision she experienced in the year 1373. We'll delve into why it's important mainstream Christians excavate this tradition of the Divine Feminine in their own history, both as a way of fostering positive relations between mainstream Christians and practioners of Goddess-centered paths, as well as in the interest of deconstructing the unhealthy patriarchy that continues to plague the mainstream church.
In the second half of the show, Vrinda Puja, teacher on the Vedic influences on humanistic psychology, healing and social sciences and other Western disciplines, who has written on the need to bring Integral Yoga and Vedic principles into education, leadership and parenting so we might generate compassion for positive transformation in society discusses with me Goddesses Mothering Women, Goddess Mothern Women Wisdom Leaders and our Goddesses and Women Mothering Peace on Earth.
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