“My pursuit of Women’s Rights had evolved into Women’s Rites and this was my next adventure.” –Ayla (Chrysalis Woman)

I am a doctoral student in women’s spirituality at Ocean Seminary College and ordained as a Priestess with Global Goddess. I am currently conducting research on contemporary priestessing in the U.S. I completed my M.Div degree in 2014 and my MSW in 2000. My roots are in birthwork and I find that this root is intimately tied to my interest in the Goddess and in feminist thealogy. This blog began as a place for me to share my musings on women’s spirituality, thealogy, theapoetics, the Goddess, and a little touch of sociopolitical commentary. It also serves as a place for me to store readings/poems/prayers that I’d like to save for later or for future reference.

I am a blogger at the Feminism and Religion website and at SageWoman magazine. I am a former writer for the Pagan Families blog on Patheos as well. I am the author of a book about Womanrunes, a divination system created by the late Shekhinah Mountainwater.

My etsy shop sells Goddess art and jewelry and I teach a variety of inspirational courses via our Creative Ceremony Academy.

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November 2012, on priestess rocks

At the close of priestess ordination ceremony, July 1, 2012

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16 thoughts on “About

  1. Blessings! I’ve discovered your blog from your post on Feminism & Religion, and I am tickled to be here … looking forward to reading your thoughts, insights, expressions of Goddess however they flow into language.

  2. jeglatter

    🙂 your blog is beautiful.

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  4. Renard Moreau

    [ Smiles ] I found your blog rather impressive and you would be pleased to know that I am following it (Now, let’s hope that it shows up in my WordPress Reader)!

  5. Sister Lavender

    Can you tell me where I can purchase a wrap like the beautiful one you are wearing?

    Thank you!
    Sister Lavender

  6. Love your blog and the divine energy it puts forth! Etsy site nice too, just ordered a couple of charms! Thanks, Paula

  7. I’m enjoying your blog today, so happy to have found you! Blessings!

  8. If that’s a picture of yourself sitting on the rocks; it’s a sweet photo.

  9. "Old Fogey"

    Thank you for your inspirational website. I am a 73-year-old retired male pastor from a conservative Christian denomination that does not acknowledge or respect the beautiful Goddess-loving spiritual paths followed by so many people today. Since my retirement I have come to appreciate the wonderful guidance for living that Goddess spirituality offers. I deeply regret the harsh judgments that many Christians make about people who cherish the Divine Feminine aspects of Deity.

    Obviously I am just a beginner in my understanding and appreciation of your path. But it is good to know that even in my 70s I am not too old to grow and to learn. Your website is a wonderful source of enlightenment for me. And I appreciate your concept of “theapoetics.”

    Thank you so very much.

    Peace and joy in your ministry.


    • Thank you so very much for your comment. It made my day to read your thoughts and I’m so touched that you took the time to share them with me. It means a lot to know I’ve had an impact on your journey. Thank you.

  10. Happy Happy JOY JOY!! what a treasure you are and your work in the world. Bless your journey beautiful lady.

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