About Feminine Truth
When the feminist revolution began to define itself in the early 1960s, defining the feminine became a tertiary concern, if not wholly abandoned. The “feminine” became a commodity that wielded power and gave strength to any cause using the term whether the cause was nefarious or honorable, light or dark, gnostic or ignorant. Most civil discussions about the nature and truth of the feminine were relegated to dried up philosophical classes or earth mother birthing courses offered at the local co-op store. The passionate and more powerful discussion was reserved under the banner of “equal rights” and “reproductive rights.” The movement created out of the drive for the Equal Right Amendment set the tone, defined the concepts, and formed impressions and attitudes that permeate our belief of the feminine today.
It is our intent to provide a forum and safe place to transform an antiquated paradigm of causes and rights associated with the term “feminine” into a true reflection of what the feminine is within us and around us. Feminine Truth is about exploring what has been known about the feminine beyond the scope of recent times. Since the nature and essence of the feminine is unbounded and incarnate with a strong sense of what is life and light, we wish for you to access this power and passion for yourself. This site is for you, your family, your community, your work and your spiritual life to prosper and procreate with the truth of what the feminine is in this world.
The goal of Feminine Truth is to provide information about the feminine to women and men for empowerment in their spiritual lives, relationships, careers, and families. The focal point of the movement intended by Feminine Truth is a spiritual journey. Without a strong spiritual basis, the movement towards empowerment in other spheres of life is tainted with selfish intent, which misses the inclusionary essence of the feminine. The bedrock of this spiritual movement is a challenge for women to embark on a journey of deification or theosis. The movement towards godliness is not for the weak of heart. In embarking on this process of deification, a woman becomes by grace what God is by nature.