We aim to energize, empower and enable our members to take charge of their daily lives, make an impact on their energetic signature and carry themselves with confidence and integrity in the world around them.
Participate in circle where we include sharing, journaling activities and meditations that will leave feeling grounded, connected, rejuvenated, heard, loved and present. Experience the magic that happens when women gather together in support and solidarity of one another.
Take time for yourself and fill your cup.
“We are being asked to honor the gifts of womankind and to call on the strength of our sisters in order to discover ourselves.
The circle will come full when every human can see the beauty within the Self, as well as in all others. The transmutation of competition, separateness, hierarchy, jealousy, envy, manipulation, control, selfishness, greed, dependency, old wounds, and self-righteousness must be accomplished before we will come to wholeness. These attitudes are the enemies of humankind and are found within the Shadow-self, rather than outside ourselves.”
“As more women take their roles in the modern world of corporations and business, they often find themselves losing touch with the feminine. This is almost expected since the corporate work force is dominated by men. The role models of the ancient clan mothers can assist these modern women in maintaining their sense of Self and enable them to become leaders through example rather than through competition, backstabbing, or conquest, but the challenge to accomplish these goals depends upon the strength of the Sisterhood.”
“Women must support other women in a way that allows those who chose difficult paths to learn to call upon their sisters, maintaining the understanding of who they are and what they can become. In this manner we can also support the development of the female aspect in our male counterparts, and then pass the legacy of wholeness to all of our children.”
~From the wonderful Jami Sams and her book, The Thirteen Original Clan Mothers:
Wise Women Spiral
“I begin at the center, says the wise woman seer.
“I come from the chaos and the completeness at the center of the spiral.
“I am vital, moving, growing, unrestricted in resources, as I am born in the Wise Woman tradition.
“In the natural flow of my expansion and enrichment, I encounter pain; I lose control; I die.
“In the natural flow of my curiosity and play, I discover joy and wisdom. I am born.
“Pain is inevitable, suffering optional in the Wise Woman tradition.
“When I hurt (when my heart hurts, when my head hurts, when my shoulders hurt) I nourish myself: I nourish my heart, my head and my shoulders. I nourish myself and am strengthened, transformed and deepened; my vibrational rate increases.
“I expand. I open my spiral. I ask myself, ‘How can I make this problem my ally? What is the gift of health / wholeness / holiness here?’
“I gain energy with each sickness or problem. My range of resonance and my capacity to receive and to share increases every time I encounter pain and loss and make it my ally.
“I ally myself with all that I resist and thus become whole. I regain my holiness. Every time I nourish myself in my pain, honor my distress, and love my uniqueness, my vibration is vitalized and the spiral gets bigger, and more open, and more forceful.”
~Susan S. Weed from Healing Wise (Wise Woman Herbal Series)
“It is time to get started. It is time to wake up. Don’t wait another minute. Claim your heart, and claim your glory. You have all you need. Bless other women. Do not tear them down. Remember they are you–your sisters, teachers, mothers, daughters. And then look on men with the eyes the Goddess gives you, and hold on. The new world will seem like nothing you have seen before. It will be reborn like you. It will shine like you. It will smile like you. It will feel like home…”
“Spiritual growth is like childbirth. You dilate, then you contract. You dilate, then you contract again. As painful as it all feels, it’s the necessary rhythm for reaching the ultimate goal of total openness. The pain of childbirth is more bearable as we realize where it’s leading.
“Giving birth to our selves, our new selves, our real selves, whether we are men or women, is a lot like giving birth to a child. It’s an idea that is conceived, then incubates. Childbirth is difficult, but holding the child makes the pain worthwhile. And so it is when we finally have a glimpse of our own completion as human beings–regardless of our husband or lack of one, our money or lack of it, our children or lack of any, or whatever else we think we need in order to thrive and be happy.
“When we finally have touched on a spiritual high that is real and enduring, then we know that the pain of getting there was worth it, and the years ahead will never be as lonely.”
~Marianne Williamson from A Woman’s Worth
Sacred Space Therapeutics
459 Windchime Place
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
We are located in the lower parking lot of the Windchime Shopping Center, facing I-25.
For best access to the lower lot follow the main road through the cul-de-sac to the bottom of the hill and turn left. Our door is the first space right on the corner.
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