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Episode Info: ed in religious traditions, and then they come away from it. We still need that ritual container, and it is innate and a human hunger. JJ: You mentioned that you have sons. How does a mother include this idea of the feminine when raising boys? I think it’s really important for both girls and boys to understand the masculine and feminine. DD: It’s getting harder! My sons are 9 and 12. When they were younger I didn’t even think about it. They are certainly closer to you when they are younger. So, they knew how to cast a circle and do things that I do in my own practice. I think that my simple answer to your question is to have them outside as much as possible, which is getting more difficult the more screen–based our society becomes. I think that we all have the feminine in us, and it’s just honoring it as much as possible. It’s taking them outside to see these things that they shouldn’t take for granted—the flower blooming or that strawberry you grew. SS: What is your intention for The Holy Wild? DD: My biggest intention for the book is to say that the reader’s story is important. There are a lot of opportunities in the book to look at the elements; Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Ether, and the way those elements resonate and resonate with the Divine Feminine, or with certain Goddess archetypes and how that relates to your personal story. Janae Jean serves as editor, social media manager, recipe columnist and podcaster for Conscious Community Magazine. Visit or for details about her other projects. Spencer Schluter serves as an advertising account manager, social media manager and podcaster for Conscious Community Magazine. Visit for more about his freelance design and consulting work. He is also a master level Reiki and traditional Chinese Qigong practitioner. ......
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