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Mission

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Vision

Our society is out of balance.
There is war, power, materialism, exploitation of the Earth, animal suffering, and so on. The world no longer respects the Earth, the animals, the plants ...

The role of the woman is related to this problem.
In today's society, too little attention is paid to the feminine (in women AND men). The emphasis is on patriarchal and hierarchical values such as achievement, strength, power and history written mostly by men and men occupying most political and religious positions.

The female share in our common history, art, literature, politics, religious life and many other areas of life, is still small. Today's society (in Europe) is out of balance and is not (yet) equal in terms of men and female (spiritual) values and energy.

In addition, many people are badly grounded. We live in our head and not in our stomach and heart. The balance is lost between thinking and feeling. Heaven has always been the ideal, Earth less important. We put ourselves out of season by lighting, 24-hour shops, food from distant countries and the burnout problem has never been greater.
We are out of balance, have no stop button, life should always be fun, dark is scary and death is the end.
We have forgotten that everything, including us, can be reborn in a different form as we see in nature and the seasons; it is always morning and spring ...
We have lost this wisdom and we are afraid; have placed the divine outside ourselves, forgotten ancestors, stripped nature of its holiness by making it makeable. Time for a turnaround. Time to get out of the head and into the body, out of the clouds and onto the Earth.
Time to remember old values from the Motherland in order to rebalance and regain confidence and to be connected with Creation.



It is important for women to be able to develop themselves within her own feminine nature, without having to measure and compare with men. She is different from the man, man and woman complement each other, like two pieces in a puzzle. Women are different from men and this should not be seen as a disadvantage. It is time for the woman to re-accept her feminine nature,
cherish, propagate and let the world around her do the same. That we can see salvation again
of the mutable of feminine nature, instead of demonizing it as in earlier times.
It is important to dwell on emotions and intuition, on the cyclic in all things, it is high time
to learn not to abhor change but to accept and integrate it as an opportunity
to transform and develop ourselves, man and woman. In order to reduce our fear of death,
to be more in the here and now, to express and respect our feelings, to learn to trust intuition,
to give creativity the space to live more in harmony with the nature around us and the
menstrual cycle can no longer be labeled as a taboo but to work together with it on the female
to be able to see energies that are released again as a way of transformation.

Not only for herself, but also for the community, the woman who is completely at home in it
her femininity, in my opinion play a major role. In the fields of politics, art, the
transitional moments such as birth and death, the environment and much more. All of these areas will
are automatically reformed the moment we as men and women recreate this spiritual nature
embraces and instead of patriarchal, one-sided, hierarchical structures, there is room for harmony,
equality and the values of motherhood are revalued.

The woman has partially lost her feminine (esoteric) traditions after all these years of
oppression and denial of feminine nature. But many fairy tales, myths and folk tales point
still in an esoteric, feminine tradition, using ancient symbols. They are our guide.
The woman needs her threads, as roots that give her support, on which to build, to lean, to support. Something that she can continue that the women in ancient times also knew, did, experienced, felt, which enabled them to understand the mystery of being a woman. Traditions and rituals with universal and timeless symbolisms are important for the female consciousness. They shape deep feelings and processes within the female psyche and through these traditions, ceremonies and (initiation) rituals she can reconnect with those old, almost forgotten, parts of the primeval feminine in order to return to her own feminine nature. come.



It is important for women to be able to develop themselves within her own feminine nature, without having to measure and compare with men. She is different from the man, man and woman complement each other, like two pieces in a puzzle. Women are different from men and this should not be seen as a disadvantage. It is time for the woman to re-accept her feminine nature,
cherish, propagate and let the world around her do the same. That we can see salvation again
of the mutable of feminine nature, instead of demonizing it as in earlier times.
It is important to dwell on emotions and intuition, on the cyclic in all things, it is high time
to learn not to abhor change but to accept and integrate it as an opportunity
to transform and develop ourselves, man and woman. In order to reduce our fear of death,
to be more in the here and now, to express and respect our feelings, to learn to trust intuition,
to give creativity the space to live more in harmony with the nature around us and the
menstrual cycle can no longer be labeled as a taboo but to work together with it on the female
to be able to see energies that are released again as a way of transformation.

Not only for herself, but also for the community, the woman who is completely at home in it
her femininity, in my opinion play a major role. In the fields of politics, art, the
transitional moments such as birth and death, the environment and much more. All of these areas will
are automatically reformed the moment we as men and women recreate this spiritual nature
embraces and instead of patriarchal, one-sided, hierarchical structures, there is room for harmony,
equality and the values of motherhood are revalued.

The woman has partially lost her feminine (esoteric) traditions after all these years of
oppression and denial of feminine nature. But many fairy tales, myths and folk tales point
still in an esoteric, feminine tradition, using ancient symbols. They are our guide.
The woman needs her threads, as roots that give her support, on which to build, to lean, to support. Something that she can continue that the women in ancient times also knew, did, experienced, felt, which enabled them to understand the mystery of being a woman. Traditions and rituals with universal and timeless symbolisms are important for the female consciousness. They shape deep feelings and processes within the female psyche and through these traditions, ceremonies and (initiation) rituals she can reconnect with those old, almost forgotten, parts of the primeval feminine in order to return to her own feminine nature. come.

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