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Join Dr. A. in the upcoming Special Two-Hour Workshop Event for The Women's Wisdom Village. In this gathering, she'll explore why women must love their bodies and themselves unconditionally if they want to live their most authentic and fulfilled lives.


We have grown up in a patriarchal culture that has told us who we should be, what we should do, who we should do it with, how we should look, what our goals should be, and what our value is as human beings.


Now that we are in midlife, it is more important than ever for us to reclaim sovereignty over our bodies, self-image, beliefs, hopes, and dreams. This does not mean striving for another version of perfection or denying our faults and foibles. It means living consciously and mindfully in the world, re-tuning ourselves to the natural world, its seasons and cycles, listening to our intuition, minding and setting boundaries, honoring our needs, and feeding our creative and intuitive processes. It means speaking our truth.


By diving into the work of brilliant women such as Marion Woodman, Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Dr. Maureen Murdock, Dr. Ginette Paris, Dr. Jeanne Shinoda Bolen, and more, we'll explore what it means to tap back into our archetypal feminine nature, begin to release our addiction to perfection, and increase our understanding of feminine body and psyche as sacred in all its ages, shapes, and forms.


We'll explore our cultural addiction to a warped and misaligned ideal of feminine beauty and purpose to see how it has wounded the feminine soul. And we'll discuss strategies to begin loving ourselves and our bodies unconditionally.


Join Dr. A on a remarkable two-hour journey inviting you to reclaim your essential feminine consciousness and begin the inner quest to Love your Body & Yourself Unconditionally.


Sneak Peek


"Women do have a quest at this time in our culture. It is the quest to fully embrace their feminine nature, learning how to value themselves as women and to heal the deep wound of the feminine. It is a very important inner journey toward being a fully integrated, balanced, and whole human being. . . . It follows no straight lines. It is a journey that seldom receives validation from the outside world, in fact the outer world often sabotages and interferes with it." Murdock

"Soul, to me, means 'embodied essence,' when we experience ourselves and others in our full humanity - part animal, part divine. Healing comes through embodiment of the soul. The soul in matter is what I think the feminine side of God is all about... The feminine soul is what grounds us; it loves and accepts us in our totality." Woodman


"The Virgin Artemis, archetype of a femininity that is pure and primitive, is becoming important once more. For a long time, we have had no representation of absolute femininity, that is, one defined neither by relationship to a lover (Aphrodite), nor to a child (Demeter or Mary, mother of Jesus), nor with a father (Athena), nor to her husband (Hera). In fact, femininity is rarely represented in the absolute but rather in relation to some other reality of a masculine world." Paris



"These days, most postmenopausal women are not 'retiring' as in disappearing into the woodwork and being neither seen nor heard; nor are they 'retiring' or metaphorically going to sleep. Quite the contrary. Older women are reinventing themselves, growing in awareness, and saying their piece." Bolen



The 2023 Village is here!



Each gathering will explore different folk tales, myths, goddesses, and archetypes from world mythology. Together we’ll discover how these ancient mythologies offer new perspectives on issues that concern Regent women today. As Regent Women—aged 45-70— we’re living in the most powerful stage of our lives. During these gatherings, in the company of women, we support each other and offer insights into making the most of our Regent years.


What can we learn from this? Where is our power, and how should we wield it? Join me in exploring the ancient hopeful truths and powers that live within the myths of the universal experience of being a woman.

Dr. A. is a cultural mythologist and women’s coach. Connect with Dr. A., and like-minded women in monthly inspirational conversations held online about the big picture of being a woman in these times.

As women have done for millennia, we'll gather at the well (ours will be virtual) to support each other and find wisdom, insight, and clarity in uncertain times.

Enter the circle and:

  • Experience new ways of understanding what we are going through today, from the wisdom in ancient myths and stories.

  • Explore the legacy of wisdom from the deep universal experiences of being a woman. 

  • Broaden and deepen our thinking about our outer and inner worlds.

  • Create a deeper connection to ourselves and with each other. 

We can emerge from this uncertain time with a new story to tell about ourselves and our world and a new vision for our lives, our families, our communities, and our world. 

Our conversations with Dr. A have physically calmed my nerves as well as given me thoughts to sustain me throughout the days in lock-down. Just looking at the bigger picture through history and myth has given me hope that all of this quarantine stuff is actually producing something beautiful in us. Dr. A has helped me to recognize that I'm faced with choices every day, to be a heroine or a victim, to be courageous or captive. These choices help to frame my ever-changing moods, allowing me to feel all of it and not to feel alone. The wisdom offered me in these cyberspace meetings has made all the difference in how I'm handling my new life, staying home and going within. I am committed to praying daily for the feminine energies of the homestead to impact our homes, our towns, our culture. 

- René

Dr. A's Women's Village has been a port in the storm for me through these uncertain times.  She is an inspiration to me and has a deep and abundant knowledge of tools so pertinent to our current climate.  Connecting with the divine feminine, the inner heroine, archetypes, and myths surrounded by a group of strong like-minded women has been profoundly heartwarming and life-affirming.  I highly recommend this group for all of us looking to find meaning, solidarity, and hope right now. 

Thank you Dr A!

- Ambre

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