Margaret Starbird, author of The Woman With the Alabaster Jar amongst other books and shared wisdom, sent along a reminder that today — 12/12 — is the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which marks a message of hope and affirmation sent in very troubled times.
Learn more about Our Lady of Guadalupe and her powerful appearance here.
Find a wealth of inspiration and musings on the re-emerging Divine Feminine and Black Madonna here:
Readers’ Favorites Series: Deep Feminine Mysteries
Featured Image Credit: Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine in a New York City taqueria. Image by Jamie Walters. If you use it, please include the source and a link to this post.
Give, Receive & Support the Work
If you’ve found regular inspiration … or a super-handy dose of it … in this and other Sophia’s Children articles and offerings, consider supporting the work in one of these ways:
See Support Sophia’s Children for a variety of options.
Need new inspiration, more whole-heartedness, and/or clarity on your vision, purpose or communication?
Team with me as your inspiration partner, mentor, and guide.
Current Featured Offerings … have a look.
Lots of love,
December 12, 2017 at 6:52 pm
Enjoying your posts–as always. Loved seeing the reference here to Starbird, whose books I like a lot.
December 12, 2017 at 11:45 pm
Hi Malcolm. Many thanks. It was nice to see Margaret’s message come up in my queue, and I’m always happy to point to her work. I enjoyed the books as well, and she was wonderful in conversation in a group I was fortunate enough to gather with. I read your recent and profound post as well, and have been sitting with it before visiting with a ‘like’ (appreciate) and comment. So glad you shared it! More soon. Be well. Jamie