Welcome to The Vibrant Feminine.
The Vibrant Feminine is a collective of information and resources - for all women of all ages - that want to change, improve, or more deeply understand and connect with their menstrual experience.
Beyond pain, discomfort, depression and in/fertility, is a link to ourselves that over the ages has been periodically celebrated, repressed and feared, but perhaps most significantly, largely misunderstood.
Through understanding and education, and the right physical and emotional support provided by herbal and nutritional medicines, we can recreate our menstrual experience, and tap into a part of ourselves otherwise hidden, waiting for us to acknowledge, embrace and claim her.
People / Sites / Blogs
/ embodyperiod / Jane Bennet / Lara Briden's Healthy Hormone Blog / Lunette Blog / Moonsong / Red School / School of Shamanic Womencraft / Society for Menstrual Cycle Research / The Establishment / The Green Man /
Books / Authors
The Pill - Jane Bennet
The Goddess & The Shaman - JA Kent
The Dark Goddess - Jane Meredith
Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom - Christiarne Northrup
Women Who Run With the Wolves - Clarissa Pinkola-Estes
The Wise Wound - Penelope Shuttle
What is it that draws us to a deeper understanding of ourselves? What is the deep longing that whispers in our hearts and minds, when we are slow or ‘within’ enough to make it out, that fuels the desire to be in nature, or to believe in the sacred and the magic and the beautiful? The Call of the Feminine is within us all, and for each of us, she beckons differently. She calls us to a path of the deep unknown, and yet she offers us the tools with which to untangle ourselves, and find the deeper meaning and purpose we are craving.
I don’t think I have ever felt the way I thought I should. I’ve been unable to embody a wholeness, which I have always assumed to be something everyone else managed effortlessly, leaving me an awkward, scattered bystander; a woman missing some vital part of herself.
So, what's going on here? What is it that makes a woman feel that they don’t know themselves, can’t heal themselves, or aren’t enough simply as themselves? And how does this effect our boys and men, and the feminine aspects that reside within them?
I believe that there is one key pattern in all women, that when ignored, misunderstood or avoided, drives these sensations with a vengeance – and that is a disassociation with our feminine aspect, and in particular, the psychological and emotional underpinning of the menstrual process.
The Vibrant Feminine is currently in its seedling phase, poised for growth. Check back over the coming months for more content and information related to understanding, connecting with, and unleashing the vibrant feminine.