The Call of the Wild Feminine — Advaya

Tuesday 28th September to Tuesday 14th December, 2021 Online

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The Call of the Wild Feminine, With Alexandra Pope, Minna Salami, Anne Baring, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, Carmen Vicente, Sharon Blackie, Susun Weed, Tammi Lynn Kent, Yeye Luisah Teish & more.

With Alexandra Pope, Minna Salami, Anne Baring, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, Carmen Vicente, Sharon Blackie, Susun Weed, Tammi Lynn Kent,
Yeye Luisah Teish, Pat McCabe & more.

After centuries of suppression, the voice of the feminine in its diverse forms and expressions is demanding to be heard again.

This shift in consciousness from the dominant masculine to a balance between the two energies, as well as beyond that binary, has long been predicted as part of the solution to the chaos our planet currently faces.

Such a transformation will beckon a new paradigm where dominance over the natural world is replaced by a recognition of the connection of all living things, while at the same time recognising the importance of such qualities as instinct, trust, nurture, creativity, and other forms of power left out of wider cultural conversations.

Over 12 weeks you will hear from prominent authors and activists; amongst them inspirational matriarchs, Anne Baring and Jean Shinoda Bolen, indigenous leaders, Elizabeth Kerekere and Carmen Vicente, prominent healers, Yeye Luisah Teish and Susun Weed, and well-known workshop practitioners, Jewels Wingfield and Chloe Goodchild, among many other incredible speakers and teachers.

Each week, a new speaker will introduce us to a different aspect of the feminine and take us on a journey to hear more about the violent history that kept women silent for centuries, from the brutal takeover of Christianity to the horror of the witch-trials, to female infanticide and FGM, and finally to the violence that continues against both women and the feminine spirit today. We will also be collectively inquiring into contemporary issues around the feminine, in particular the ‘wild feminine’, and what we might mean when we say ‘the feminine’ in the context of gender liberation.

As well as a weekly 2 hour session, there will be the opportunity to work in smaller groups to discuss these ideas further, and to learn practical exercises that will help you connect to the feminine in your own way.

Tuesday 28th September to Tuesday 14th December, 2021 Online

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The Call of the Wild Feminine

An online course exploring the wild feminine.

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Dr Sharon Blackie #

Dr Sharon Blackie is an award-winning writer of fiction and nonfiction, a psychologist who has specialised both in neuroscience and narrative, and a mythologist with a specialisation in Celtic Studies.

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Angharad Wynne #

A published author and poet, Angharad is also a storyteller who uses story as the starting point for deep enquiry and a source of timeless wisdom and healing.

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Lyla June Johnston #

Lyla June is a musician, film maker, writer and speaker is service of collective healing and joy.

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Anne Baring #

Anne Baring is a Jungian analyst and author.

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Liz Childs Kelly #

Liz Childs Kelly is a Sacred Feminine researcher and educator.

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Lina Abirafeh #

Lina Abirafeh is a global women’s rights expert with decades of experience worldwide.

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Max Dashu #

Maxine Hammond Dashu, known professionally as Max Dashu, is an American feminist historian.

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Jean Shinoda Bolen #

Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and author.

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Nwando Achebe #

Nwando Achebe is a Nigerian-American academic & feminist scholar.

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Sarah Poet #

Sarah Poet is a former school creator turned feminine/masculine integration expert.

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Elizabeth Kerekere #

Dr Elizabeth Anne Kerekere is a New Zealand politician and LGBTQ+ activist and scholar.

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Alexandra Pope & Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer #

Founders of The Red School

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Tami Lynn Kent #

Tami Lynn Kent is a holistic women’s healthcare provider.

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Fiona Shaw #

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Leilani Birely #

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Jewels Wingfield #

Jewels is the founder and director of Living Love and the creator of the EarthHeart vision in the Forest of Dean.

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Indra Adnan #

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Carmen Vicente #

Carmen Vicente is a revered medicine woman from Ecuador.

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Minna Salami #

Minna is a Nigerian, Finnish and Swedish writer, feminist theorist and author.

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Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo #

Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is a Tibetan Buddhist Nun.

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Yeye Luisah Teish #

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Susun Weed #

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Suhaly Bautista-Carolina #

Suhaly Bautista-Carolina, is an organiser, educator, herbalist, and visual artist.

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Chiara Baldini #

Chiara Baldini studies Ecstatic Religious Experience, Psychedelics, and Altered States of Consciousness.

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Chloe Goodchild #

Chloë is the founder of The Naked Voice, a pioneering experiential vocal training programme.

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Sister Euphrasia (Efu) Nyaki #

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Amisha Ghadiali #

Amisha Ghadiali is a facilitator and co-creator of the globally acclaimed podcast ‘The Future Is Beautiful’.

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Pat McCabe #

Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe), a northern New Mexico-based mother of five.

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