Tuesday, September 25, 2007

No Longer Cinderella - On Becoming The Fairy Godmother

I have revised my blog, Sacred Footing, and given it a new direction. Sacred Footing - The Ancient Path to Wisdom for a Modern Female Warrior is now dedicated to my personal physical and spiritual journey in this lifetime... The musings of an ageless, boundless feminine energy passing through this contemporary and sometimes unforgivable world in an aging and limited female body. Here I will post my most intimate writings: my thoughts on womanhood and aging; on love and relationships; on motherhood and all things womanly.
This change has come about due to the fact that my inner female voice and my aging woman's body have been very restless lately. So, I am giving that very important, magnificent and vital part of mySelf a voice . . . a forum to speak her mind, body and soul . . . her thoughts, dreams, desires, hopes, fears, dislikes, pains, complaints and all things in life as seen through a woman's eyes - the real female perspective - no holding back.
I will be posting on both blogs - The Cave Of Pythia and Sacred Footing. Good luck to me, right!
Thanks for visiting and reading.


the walking man said...

Good thing I am a womanist and not a feminist because it looks like you are becoming a powerful woman.

I believe that men have screwed everybody for so many thousands of years now that it is time for women to step up to the plate and take their swings.

I hope in exploring your spirituality that you happen upon the depths of the Dharma, the metta and attain Buddha that you may rapidly move beyond that enlightenment.



Erik Donald France said...

I'm digging it. I'm a feminist, a womanist, and a "womanizer" -- or so some might say. What do they know? This is all good.

I always feel grateful to have two sisters and a mother to learn from, and women friends. Because, well, men tend to be kind of lacking as Mark suggests.

eric1313 said...

I'm with them.

Most "men" (let us say the phrase 'quote un-quote' out loud!)don't want a thing to do with writing or poetry unless maybe it's on a bathroom wall.

I actually try my damndest to go to as many guys blogs as I do womens, but I can't help who eighty percent of my readers are.

So I roll with it! But when one was raised by all wonen, as I was, I've often heard it can make one a womanizer in more subtle ways. It's tough--how to not be a womanizer but still write love poems.

It's almost a contradiction. And certainly, it's a discipline. Had a great teacher, though!

realbigwings said...

Yay, wonderful! I look forward to all of it.

Ian said...

Speak little folk!

I would love to read your writings, as you in fact should read Mr. Prides.

Michelle's Spell said...

Hey Lindy,

That's totally cool! I'll check it out. And I love the picture!