Resources for and about women that focus on women's spirituality and the role of women in religion in an academic, supportive, informative or inspirational manner.
A nonprofit organization that provides retreats, seminars and forums that help women realize that they are sacred beings and how they can contribute this knowledge to the world.
Discussion forum for people interested in exchanging ideas and issues related to women and religion.
Organization offering a spiritual space for women through several retreats each year. Intended for women of all spiritualities. Includes retreat information, publicity archive, and general information about the retreats and the organization.
Hilde Girls, A Women’s Spirit Song circle honoring the beautiful music and the mystical wisdom of 12th century abbess/healer Hildegard of Bingen. Awakening the divine essence within!
Resources on the transcultural images of the sacred feminine. Includes the Dark or Black Madonnas, Tara, Kali, Durgha, etc.
The Inner Circle of Spiritual Women was created to unite women who live a spiritual life.
The principles of Sikhism and how they affect women.
Discussions underscoring the importance of religious belief in shaping early Americans' most intimate relationships; those between parents and children, and between husbands and wives.
Resource site featuring personal notes by key women about their work, goddessing, varied spiritual perspectives, sacred places, books, activism, healing and rituals, myths and theories, bodies and sexualities, sacred arts, links and calendar.
Sections on creating women's circles, prayer circle, rituals, men's room, inspirational sections like 'Loving thyself', 'Heart expressions', 'Wild women's path. Also offline journal.
Dedicated to the spiritual upliftment and empowerment of women everywhere. Gururattan, a visionary teacher, teaches women's empowerment, wholism, sustainable ecology, kundalini yoga. Sections on books, meditation and an e-zine.
An educational website offering ongoing discussion on Sacred Text, Myth and Ritual.
Ariel, the "little mermaid" in the Disney film, can be a powerful metaphor for the plight of the "Sacred Feminine" over the last several thousand years of western civilization.
Experiential courses for women to explore their own spiritual paths, learn the history of women's spirituality and envision futures in a supportive environment.
List of suggestions the author received while teaching a class on Women and Religion in the United States.
An internationally recognized organization created to provide diverse and innovative programs that offer women opportunities for personal growth, transformation and spiritual awareness.
Annotated listing of women-related e-mail lists that focus on religion or spirituality.
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