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THE DIVINE FEMININE AS A 'TREND'

Mimi Young

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We can all agree that patriarchy wants to silence, control, and exploit the Divine Feminine, but how about examining healing and the Divine Feminine as a “trend”?

When we dress or adorn ourself or our physical spaces in a certain ‘Priestess’ aesthetic are we attempting to silence and control, or exploit Her?

When we use spiritual platitudes or abuse words such as “manifest” are we attempting to silence, control, or exploit Her?

When we approach spiritual experiences more as a bucket list, are we attempting to silence, control, or exploit Her?

The truth is the Dark Goddess who is the essence of the Divine Feminine does not exist to make anyone look attractive, spiritual, or popular (on IG or otherwise), nor comfortable for that matter. She is not our fashion accessory. She is not our toy. She is not our sidekick. She is not our executive assistant. She naturally brings disruption, rewilding, and transformation because this is where true healing, magick, and freedom comes from. She expects brutal honesty and authenticity with Her and yourself. She is not interested in appearances and homogeny. ather, She asks Her devotees for sincerity, reverence and commitment.

Yours,

Mimi Young
founder, shamanic medicine teacher + ritualist

This post was first published on Ceremonie’s Instagram


Image credit: Iulia Agnew for Ceremonie