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The Women's Lodge

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

This is the place where we begin to connect with our inner feminine wisdom. Once your priority has been extended, you must go back and ask, "Does this really feel right?"

The women's lodge is also the place of the dream. Dreams, while connected to the visionary state, also indicate your feelings about things. If you are about to embark on a project but keep getting contrary information in your dreams, or if in your dreams you continually have images of being chased, judged, or examined, then there are feelings that have to be processed before you can manifest your vision.

Until feeling and will are aligned, until our unconscious and conscious places move into dialogue and cooperation, we will always be at cross purposes with ourselves, and no matter how hard we try to shore things up around us, our outer life will reflect our inner disharmony.

Just as a vision may take us up the mountain, the dream leads us into the valley, into the hidden corners and densely covered regions of our interior. As dreams are not consciously conceived, they may be even more insightful (and sometimes disconcerting) than visions.

We want to create a situation where our dreams are working on our work, and our work is working on our dreams. The woman's lodge is the place where we listen to the wise woman within. It is here that we gestate our dreams and let them contribute, in their own ways, to our priorities and ultimately to our vocations.

~Rick Jarow, The Lodge of Manifestation


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