• Starting Points

    Philofem: The Manifesto

    Or the case for equality. I want to share our vision for women and the world at Philofem. I hope this manifesto will continue to give us roots to grow from in our collective efforts to heal the Feminine principle on our planet, thus bringing healing to all of life.   Feminism is the belief that women ought to be equal to men in rights, freedom, and power in society. It is the extension of women’s rights to reach that equality in the arenas of justice, economics, politics, and social ideology. The emancipation of all women is necessary to achieve complete equality between men and women. The Masculine and Feminine…

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    For the Weary and Heartbroken

    Release Come back here often. Rest. Release. You are loved.   Release Technique to release toxic attachments I want to share the secret technique that I have used to release unhealthy attachments. I have tried every other technique on the personal growth market and this is the simplest yet most effective one that I have tried for myself.   Befriend Yourself How to Befriend Yourself in Times of Heartbreak In times of intense loss, the most important space is the one you create for yourself. An intimate, peaceful, caring, genuine space for yourself. A space that you can return upon needed.    

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    Grounding Pillars

    The Grounding Pillars of the Philofem Initiative   I founded Philofem because I believe that we have the inborn right to author our own lives as women. That in order to fulfill our true potential, we must have hard conversations about what keeps us away from our true self and the place we are meant to occupy in the world as individuals. In these times of drastic chances, it is a privilege to be alive now — especially as women. At Philofem, we believe that Feminism is the empowerment of women to find the inner and outer freedom to author their own lives. It’s not about taking our power back…

  • Love,  Starting Points

    How to Befriend Yourself in Times of Heartbreak

    In times of intense loss, the most important space is the one you create for yourself. An intimate, peaceful, caring, genuine space for yourself. A space that you can return upon needed. After Life suddenly pushes us a new direction, we can become our own healers, our own alchemists and that begins with befriending yourself. Helping yourself re-scaffold your internal world so that you will increase in personal power through that painful descent. What is the anatomy of your friendship with yourself? Professor and counselor Suzanne Degges-White delineated 13 elements that are essential to a friendship: I am trustworthy. I am honest with others. I am generally very dependable. I…