What ever happened to sensuality? To this idea of touch, of closeness, of connecting to your own beauty, your own sovereignty, your own place on this earth, to nature, to your own body, your clothes, your jewellery, your possessions? I would argue this idea of sensuality, of the Divine Feminine, has been shamed and side-lined for many generations.Continue reading The depiction of Eve in the Adam and Eve story: How Divine Feminine has been taught to us as betrayal, when actually, it’s just love. (This is just how I feel.)
This may seem controversial to say this, but when you’ve been taught something when you were 5 (as I was, in a ‘non-Christian’ primary school in the UK in the 1990s), it’s easy to forget that actually it was from about this age that I was taught to hate my own sexuality, my own body, my own place in this world, and I was taught to not believe in love.Continue reading Adam and Eve: Why I think it’s ok to listen to your kundalini, and why I think the Adam and Eve story is about atheism (this is just how I feel).