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Divine Woman

Sean is a teacher who is writing about his spiritual adventures to help other people find balance and self-respect.

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Divine Woman

Woman,

Soul and spirit,

Conscious and subconscious


Changing daughter

From you comes the fall

From you begins the return


You were Eve when you were tempted

And your expression became bloody sweat

And the adventure turned into toil


You became Isis,

Mother fertile of unsuccessful hopes,

A land which thought that could bud without seed


And then you changed again, to be the Aphrodite

Trying to seduce and fool the Time

But you ended up a whore in Babylon's destruction


But hope is never lost in Love,

The Truth cannot be imprisoned,

And finally, Life brings, through you Woman Mariah, the Golden Child

The Golden Child whom His divine Word

Transforms our Soul to be able to say:

I Am the One


Sean Dragon, January 1996

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Our life begins with a woman, our mother who, with her pain, a sacrifice, brings us to the world and ends in the arms of another mother, Mother Earth, who embraces us to prepare us for the new cycle. It starts and ends with a Female Love!

— Sean Dragon

In Greek, the gender of the words Love, Life, Wisdom, Patience, Virtue, Service, Justice, Knowledge, is female. No one can question the Sacred Knowledge and wisdom of the ancient Greeks!

— Sean Dragon

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The Cycle of Balance

Every one of us has a female and a male side, all of us. Every Sacred Knowledge through time had stated it. The type of life we will live, and the progress we will make in our world depends on the balance that we will be able to achieve during our lives between these two natures. By denying one of our two sides and letting it atrophying is like denying a piece of God inside us.

Since I did not have the honor to be born a woman, I realized, early enough in my life, that I had to respect, appreciate, and develop within me, my feminine side. This effort, I believe, helped me to learn how to love more and to become a better person.

Because when we come to talk about Love, which I believe is the meaning of our lives, I think that women have the highest knowledge since the love of a mother, I consider, is what is closer to God's Love.

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The deepest experience of the creator is feminine, for it is experience of receiving and bearing.

— Rainer Maria Rilke

So this poem is a tribute to the Sacred Feminine, praise to every woman in this world, but also to the female side of each of us, the side we have to worship and liberate to learn to love, to learn to live.

Each one of us needs to discover the proper balance between the masculine and feminine energies, between the active and the receptive.

— Ravi Ravindra

Every man who is any kind of artist has a great deal of female in him. I act and give of myself as a man, but I register and receive with the soul of a woman. The only really good artists are feminine. I can't admit the existence of an artist whose dominant personality is masculine.

— Orson Welles

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You can hardly say of your soul what sex it is. But if you pay close attention, you will see that the most masculine man has a feminine soul, and the most feminine woman a masculine soul.

— C.G. Jung

© 2018 Ioannis Arvanitis

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