Aphrodite, 1902, by Briton Rivière (1840-1920).
Aphrodite, 1902, by Briton Rivière (1840-1920).

“When women reassert their relationship with the wildish nature, they are gifted with a permanent and internal watcher, a knower, a visionary, an oracle, an inspiratrice, an intuitive, a maker, a creator, an inventor, and a listener who guide, suggest and urge vibrant life in the inner and outer life.”

~ Clarissa Pinkola-Estes

To stir your wildish nature, witty-watcher, knower, visionary, oracle, inspiratrice, intuitive, creatrix, and otherwise magical, mojoful Self, dip into these Sophia’s Children posts and follow the silver thread from there:

Unleash the Hounds: The Fierce and Feisty Feminine (fellas, there’s mojo here for you, too!)

Lilith, Changing Stories, and Our Lilith-esque Vocation

And there’s a whole lot more of that woven into the tapestry here at Sophia’s Children; browse away for more inspiration on reclaiming your wild, essential, feral Self.

Big Love,

Jamie