Wild Woman Journals

Pieces of Mind of Your Global Wild Sisters

We have come to Be Danced

Embody your Wild Nature

Not the pretty dance
Not the pretty pretty, pick me, pick me dance
But the claw our way back into the Belly
Of the Sacred, Sensual Animal dance
The unhinged, unplugged, cat is out of its box Dance
The holding the precious moment in the palms
Of our hands and feet Dance

We have come to Be Danced
Not the jiffy booby, shake your booty for him dance
But the wring the sadness from our skin dance
The Blow the chip off our shoulder Dance.
The slap the apology from our posture Dance

We have come to Be Danced
Not the monkey see, monkey do dance
One two Dance like you
One two three, Dance like me Dance
but the grave robber, tomb stalker
Tearing scabs and scars open Dance
The rub the Rhythm Raw against our Soul Dance

We have come to Be Danced
Not the nice, invisible, self-conscious shuffle
But the matted hair flying, Voodoo Mama
Shaman Shakin’ Ancient Bones Dance
The strip us from our casings, Return our Wings
Sharpen our Claws and Tongues Dance
The Shed Dead Cells and slip into
The Luminous Skin of Love Dance.

We have Come to Be Danced
Not the hold our breath wallow in the shallow end of the floor dance
But the Meeting of the Trinity, the Body Breath and Beat Dance
The Shout Hallelujah from the top of our Thighs Dance
The Mother may I?
Yes you may take 10 giant Leaps Dance
The olly olly oxen free free free Dance
The everyone can come to our Heaven Dance

We have come to Be Danced
Where the Kingdom’s Collide
In the Cathedral of Flesh
To Burn Back into the Light
To unravel, to Play, to Fly, to Pray
To root in skin sanctuary
We have come to Be Danced

We Have Come…

~ Jewel Mathieson / Photo Art: Sarume Tribe Barcelone

Do you want to learn how to unapologeticalli express yourself?

Leave a comment!

comments

Recent posts

Wild-Hearted Woman

E ach Nation, tribe and village had medicine people; whether male or female was of no consequence. Children who were born with the gift of healing were taken by the medicine person as a young child and taught healing ways. They were taught to recognize the healing plants, trees, roots, berries and wild herbs. They were taught how to make poultices, teas and other healing foods. Medicine Women were the local psychologists, therapists, physicians and marriage counselors. In some tribes

read more

Medicine Women

When the general public thinks of Native healers and "physicians", the words "Medicine Man" seems to naturally fall out of their mouths. Guess what? This is another situation where there was no gender bias, and there were just as many Medicine Women as Medicine Men. E...

read more

I feel the heartbeat of the earth

  feel the Heartbeat of the Earth deep within.. I surrender into the life force, of Creation As it floods into my being.. Cradling my fiercely passionate Heart, Embracing all of Soul essence I carry My...

read more

Wild Woman Poem

  I am a Wild Woman I know, inspite of myself and in spite of what I've been told that there's beauty in every age no matter how old I am a Wild Woman I've learned what it means to be a life bearer to bear children to create art to plant seeds of Love I am a Wild...

read more

Run free and Wild like the Wolf

  A Message for All Women by Clarissa Pinkola Estes Run free and Wild like the Wolf   T HE wildness of the wolf is not readily apparent in the easy manner of Clarissa Pinkola Estes, a cheerful, soft-spoken woman who wears a red ribbon in her hair and a medal of the...

read more

The Empowered Woman

The Empowered Woman, she moves through the world with a sense of confidence and Grace. Her once reckless Spirit now tempered by Wisdom. Quietly, yet firmly, she speaks her Truth without doubt or hesitation and the life she leads is of her own creation.She now...

read more

OUR FIRST SISTERMIND STARTS
WITH NEW MOON ON FebrUARY 23th, 2020

Join Our Wild Woman Sistermind
& Step Into Your Sacred Power

The WWS Sistermind is an offering by the Wild Woman Sisterhood®

GET YOUR FREE INTENTION RITUAL

'Make 2020 Count!'