With thanks to Meg Bowman, a San Jose, California sociologist, who has created many theatrical productions for
feminists and humanist groups. The quotations above are from one of her productions called, Why We Burn: Sexism Exorcised.
The above is from the link “for healing”, nough said!
Keep in mind that societies back then were not the same as our society is today. I have a book that I haven’t gotten to yet but intend to eventually. It’s by Regine Pernoud “Women In The Days Of The Cathedrals.” From the little I have read in the book women back then had more rights than most of us are aware of. Needless to say I’m leery of links like that.
Also at the bottom of the link in the “about” section.
Jan Luckingham Fable has worked as a psychotherapist for more than 20 years. She has a master’s degree in counseling and is a Connecticut licensed substance abuse counselor. Her primary training is in Bioenergetic Analysis. She also has extensive training in the treatment of dissociative disorders and trauma survivors and in using of altered states of consciousness in healing. She has completed Level I and Level II training in Thought Field Therapy. Individual and couple counseling; coaching, support therapy for people who are in twelve step recovery programs, and intervention services are available. In addition to the dialogue of traditional psychotherapy, Jan uses tools such as body and breath work,Thought Field Therapy,** Reiki**, imagery, visualization, meditation, art and movement in her work. More about Jan Fable’s training and experience.
The bolded I would have concerns about. I agree with LilyM, St Augustine did not become a saint until AFTER he died.
I clicked on the home page and they had a link to “Helpful Links” which lead me to a list of more links. One of these was spirituality. Here is what is on that list.
If you’ve never experienced the labyrinth, or if you want to do it again, something wonderful awaits you at the Connecticut Labyrinth Project.
American Buddhist teacher Charlotte Joko Beck provides some suggestions on practice to help students of Buddhism.
What is the Eight Fold Path of Buddhism?
Sacred Space is a meditation site maintained by the Irish Jesuits. Visit when you have about 10 minutes to give to it.
Writings on Jewish mysticism in the Kabbalah: here is an explanation of the Sefirot, or the Ten Qualities of God.
The Awakened Woman website "was created in 1999 as an offering to the goddess - a forum for the voices of women committed to freedom, justice and truth throughout the world."
Voice of the Faithful is an national organization that had its roots in Massachusetts as a response to the horror of parishioners about the way pedophiles had been dealt with by the hierarchy in the Roman Catholic Church. Its slogan is "Keep the Faith, Change the Church."
The Worldwide Online Meditation Center is a user-friendly site, created to provide clear, straight-forward meditation instruction to people anywhere on the planet. If you are just learning to meditate, you’ll find everything necessary to get started quickly and easily. If you are already practicing meditation, you may discover new methods to deepen your practice.
Like I said “nough” said!