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The Grand Fears of a Tortured Heretic

 The Grand Fears of the Tortured Heretic. This is a big deal for me to talk about. I’ve been kind of putting this off over the last couple of weeks because it has felt scary for me to come forward with this, but as usual, my bigger mission pushes me through the fears so I […]

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A Woman Discovers Her Voice Through Painting

I am honored to share with you my talented friend and colleague Jen Lashua’s first Goddess painting! Jen and I first met through my Goddess clothing line, Lotus Blossom Style (remember that?), a number of years ago and became fast fans of each other (she is also a tea maker — founder of the yummy […]

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What Would Happen if Every Girl Told the Truth About Her Life?

  What would happen if every girl told the truth about her life? Would our world be any different? Last week I participated in a “training of the trainers” with Global Girl Media, a non-profit organization that was founded by a group of female media professionals to develop the voice and media literacy of young […]

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Redefining Politics Through a Feminine Lens

What does “politics” mean to you?   Is it a word you run away from? Is it a word you have disdain for? Is it a word you don’t feel connected to? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you are not alone (and especially if you are a woman). I have […]

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Why Women’s Creative Expression is One of the Greatest Forces for Social Change

Could your artistic self-expression be one of the greatest forces for social change in the world?   I’ve been thinking a lot about this… My co-leader at the Los Angeles Goddess Collective, Reena Desai, and I are planning an exciting evening of women’s artistry and creative expression for our upcoming gathering in June. The evening […]

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Why the Goddess is Important to Your Leadership

Thank you all so much for your feedback about the video I unveiled last week, which gave you a glimpse of the more focused direction I am taking my work. I heard about goosebumps, chills, and healing medicine. It looks like it’s a good thing that I am finding my courage to keep stepping forward […]

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Happy Birthday Gloria Steinem, Mother of Feminism

PHOTO CREDIT: Marnie Joyce via Creative Commons License Today is Gloria Steinem’s 80th birthday. The mother of the women’s movement. The Mother of Feminism (Second Wave, that is). She, who paved the pathway for our physical, psychological, political, social, economic and vocal liberation in the 21st century. While Gloria opened the door for us, she […]

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West Hollywood Rising for Justice

Yesterday I participated in the One Billion Rising for Justice movement. Did any of you partake in this? I have to tell you that it felt soooooooooo good to dance with my sisters and brothers (yes there were men there too) in the name of ending violence against women and girls and celebrating the beauty […]

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House Seat for Marianne Williamson Opens Up With Waxman’s Retirement

  Today Henry Waxman, the 20-term Democrat who currently holds the House of Representatives seat of my congressional district here in California, announced his retirement today. This seat happens to be the one that Marianne Wiliamson is running for in Congress. (In case you’ve missed my earlier blogs and newsletters, I am a huge supporter […]

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The Shriver Report Reveals Shocking Reality of Women’s Lives

When we think of poverty in the United States, many of us think of poor children living in inner cities or of families living on the edge in Appalachia. While this is surely where poverty exists, there’s a much more prevalent sector of our population that is living in and on the brink of poverty. […]

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