Divine Feminine Alchemy

Feminine Energy

7 Characteristics of Feminine Energy

The Divine Feminine Energy displays itself in many forms, across many species. There are 7 characteristics of feminine energy I’d like to address in particular. The first is creativity. 1) Creativity The Divine Feminine is the creative force that brings all things into existence. The best place to see this[…]

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3 Tips on How To Be More Feminine

Women, especially teenage girls, feel pressure from society. We always think about being more feminine. We live under a magnifying glass. They tell us to act pretty and be passive. To be seen and not heard. We are objectified, subjugated, and manipulated on a daily basis. Men learn that women are inferior servants. Women[…]

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Divine Feminine Energy

The Divine Feminine energy is the true “survival” energy. Though the Masculine energy (conscious) works to literally survive & protect his kingdom, the Feminine energy (subconscious) is the warrior survival energy under pressure. She is the giver, the sustainer, & taker of life. First of all, Divine Feminine energy ALWAYS[…]

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How To Be Feminine

So much info is out there attempting to teach us how to be feminine. But most of these sources are dealing with the five physical senses and the sensory world exclusively. Femininity comes from within. I prefer to go way back in ancient history and study their methods for getting[…]

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Getting Past Emotional Pain & Types of Emotions We Experience During Spiritual Awakening

A question was posted in the Divine Feminine Alchemy Facebook Group about how to overcome deep emotional pain. Several women replied with different techniques they’ve used, and I thought it would be beneficial to share. One woman said she “cried hard to release the toxins, danced to take out the[…]

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Overcoming Spiritual Loneliness

I recently made a video about a common question I get on Facebook. “How do I overcome spiritual loneliness?” Some women have also said they were “depressed, hopeless, and apathetic.” These sentiments are common for prisoners and businesspeople that work 80+ hours a week. The feeling of going through this[…]

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