It may be the only place we can truly call home for the whole of our stay here on Earth, but how many of us feel completely connected to our bodies?
The societies we live in are so keen to disconnect us from those bodies, to encourage hatred of them and division because of them that you could be forgiven for forgetting how it felt to feel truly at home in your physical self.
Yet this process of reconnection that divine feminism involves doesn’t stop with those intangible parts of ourselves, it’s about reconnecting to every single part of ourselves. Including the physical.
Join Ceryn for a deep dive into this subject; for the hows, whys and consequences of that disconnection from ourselves and for some ideas on how we can take the journey back home.
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