Category Archives: Feminine God

The furious cleansing, or, When you cannot rage at them

Slam your anger upon me, says the Lord,rage, rage at mehowl and lash and attack and slash;empty yourself of toxicity © Meisaan Chan

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Sometimes you have to start over, and agonizingly so

Sometimes you have to start over, and agonizingly so;just as the trees every year lose the crown of their gloryand the days lose their strength,just as the seed loses its protectionand the cougar loses its territoryand birds lose their flight … Continue reading

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Return to the womb, says the Lord

Return to the womb, says the LordQuestions do not need to be answered there.You do not even need to know the questions there.The darkness is safety.The warmth is safety.The breath is free and safe.Return to the womb © Meisaan Chan

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Tree spirituality: fighting with sisters

Even in full sunlight, a tree’s leaves are still in shade,each leaf casting shadow over its sister leaf’s light;even when attached to the same branch, they get in each other’s way –They could start fightingor they could see that they … Continue reading

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The path ends at the edge of a cliff

The path ends at the edge of a cliff.The path has not ended, the Lord says to me.This is where you jump © Meisaan Chan

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The Voice in the chaos

I simplify all things, says the Lord:Love © Meisaan Chan

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Rubble all around

Rubble all aroundkingdoms fallennow see me © Meisaan Chan

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Why Jesus was male – or – the female equivalent

He said, “This is my body, take and eat.”She would have said, “This is my breast, take and suck” –too powerful, too radical, too mind-blowing:The one they would accept had to be tamer © Meisaan Chan

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On codependency

The only opinion you need to care about is mine.From all others: Be freebe free © Meisaan Chan

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Taking it to the next levels

Doing it for yourself Doing it because it is good and right and healthy Doing it for me © Meisaan Chan

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