Sunday, February 13, 2011

Tune in to 'Voices of the Sacred Feminine' Wednesday Feb, 16 at 6 pm Pacific

Greetings Friends and Family,
Be sure to tune in LIVE to
'Voices of the Sacred Feminine'
Blog Talk Radio
Wednesday - February 16
6 pm Pacific,
or from the archives at your convenience.....

Kathe Schaaf - one of the original co-founders of Gather the Women Global Matrix, served on the leadership circle of that collaborative global community for five years. She is an Ambassador for the Parliament of the World's Religions and in 2010, she co-founded Women of Spirit and Faith, an organization to invite the many brilliant threads of feminine spiritual leadership into relationship and to support emerging patterns for transformation. Tune in and hear our discussion - The Alchemy of Women's Spiritual Leadership as we delve into how the energy of the "Sacred Feminine is rising globally among women from many diverse spiritual perspectives resulting in potent conversations at the intersection of feminism and faith - which may be giving rise to a whole new paradigms of women's leadership. We will discuss many aspects related to this theme, including how the voices of compassion, unity and hope can be more potent and powerful than those of fear and separation.

At the bottom of the hour -
James William Gibson - author of A Re-Enchanted World; A New Kinship with Nature will discuss a yearning for a spiritual connection with Nature that is making a broad comeback from Greenpeace eco-warriors to evangelical Christians preaching "creation care and geneticists speaking openly of human-animal kinship. As we grapple with dire environmental disasters, re-enchantment may be the final hope for protecting the world in which we all must live.

Time: 6PM Pacific You'll have to make adjustments for your time zone. And the show is available later from the archives where you might listen at your convenience.

To call in: 718-766-4662
To listen: Click on:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/VoicesoftheSacredFeminine

Karen Tate
www.karentate.com 

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