The Divine Feminine Wears a Big Brim Hat? – paganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!

The Divine Feminine Wears a Big Brim Hat? – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!.


~ by Sable Aradia on February 21, 2014.

2 Responses to “The Divine Feminine Wears a Big Brim Hat? – paganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!”

  1. My first thought was to judge that the Divine Feminine would be kind of horrified to be portrayed by the Lady Dianna. Then I thought that it really is not my place to say that. Still I suspect that the part about clothing and choices was inserted, either consciously or subconsciously, by the medium in question. In my soul, the Divine Feminine is who She has to be at that time. She may have to be a mechanic or a cook or a midwife or a child psychologist or any other number of things. I think it’s a given that She is in every one of us at every moment weather we are aware of her or not (and it bears noting that we do not HAVE to be aware every second of every day).
    The article itself I found interesting and slightly amusing. 4 stars!

    • I see no reason that the Divine Feminine should not be portrayed as a woman of grace, style and compassion; but I sure agree that mere physical beauty and clothing choices should be the criteria for that. Better that Diana be remembered for her works in ridding the world of landmines and bringing aid to the poor by auctioning those expensive outfits. Otherwise, I share your thoughts, Sue. 🙂

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