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May 13, 2020 54 min

Anyone else finding that this period of lockdown has encouraged a host of deep healing and even deeper thinking?

With that in mind, a year after the birth of the Divine Feminist podcast it turns out that this idea of divine feminism is ready to explain itself a little more deeply to the world... So grab a cuppa and let's get philosophical!

Our world right now is determined to separate us; to remind us that we're all out for ourselves and that we should be afraid of anything and everything that we'd consider to be "different". Yet, what if that's all lies?

Religious and spiritual traditions throughout history have reiterated the  concept of wholeness and that idea that we are all connected as part of all that there is. But what does that even mean? And how does it apply today in our increasingly individualistic societies?

What's more, what does it mean for what we call divine feminism?

Episode notes

  • Within today's podcast Ceryn mentioned that she is currently part of Academic and Writer Rachel Cargle's The Great Unlearn. You can read more about TGU here and more about Rachel's wider work at her website,
  • The article by Shay-Akil McLean is called Race, Ethnicity and Racism, and is available at Shay-Akil's website
  • Ceryn mentioned two books during today's episode, they are:
  • Earth is Hiring by Peta Kelly
  • A New Republic of the Heart by Terry Patten
  • Music is Start again, copyright Alex (2014), sourced through YouTube and available to hear in full here
  • If you'd like to know more about working with Ceryn, and about Soul-Led Therapy, her approach to talking therapies, click here
  • And remember, to keep up with the latest from Ceryn and the podcast follow @divine.feminist on Instagram
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