// flow state

“Fairy tales, myths, and stories provide understandings which sharpen our sights so that we can pick out and pick up the path left by the wildish nature. The instruction found in story reassures us that the path has not run out, but still leads women deeper, and more deeply still, into their own knowing. The tracks we all are following are those of the wild and innate instinctual Self… The memory is of our absolute, undeniable kinship with the wild feminine, a relationship which may have become ghosty from neglect, buried by over-domestication, outlawed by the surrounding culture, or no longer understood anymore. We may have forgotten her names, we may not answer when she calls ours, but in our bones we know her…”

-Women Who Run With the Wolves

Feeling fed.

Photo Credit: Pat Cahill

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