Gaia's Womb

Gaia's Womb Changes Lives

Welcome to the Sisterhood!

Imaging the Divine as intimate partners helps to balance consciousness of the sacred and heal the distortions of the current, rigid patriarchal systems in both our religions and our governments. 

On this site, you’ll find weekend experiences for women, with presenters we love, whom past attendees have suggested, and whom we hold in great regard. They have made, through one medium or another, a resonant and lasting impression, which is not an easy feat in these times in which we live.

You'll find Rites of Passage that honor the phases of womanhood, from First Blood to Croning, and that attune to the Divine Feminine as a creative source both immanent and transcendent. Gaia - She who constantly gives birth to Herself.

We present our weekends in the spirit of learning, laughter, and a longing for connection and creative thinking with other human beings. We invite you to bring your heartfelt curiosity, your skepticism, your sadness, your fears, and your joy to any one of our wonderful, interactive weekends.

We want to know you. We want to know how you move through the world.



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Remember.   Remember.   Remember...

Gaia statue by Oberon Ravenheart-Zell

Gaia statue by Oberon Ravenheart-Zell

Remember a time when the Earth was new, when the moon was full and the priestesses gathered. Feel the dirt beneath naked feet; share the warmth of the fire, hear the beat of the drum. Gaia. By the Earth which is Her body, and the wind which is Her breath, the fire of Her passion spirit, and the birth waters of Her blood; a product of the infinite void, the absolute nothing called Chaos. She is Gaia. Mother Earth.From a time of knowing, a time before words, when we were the watchers of the tides and the winds, and the phases of the moon.


Who is gaia?

Who is Gaia? Of Greek origin she is also known as Gaea or Ge. Out of the void, the nothingness that was called Chaos, She composed and manifested herself. She was the first, the great Universal Mother, and goddess of birth, child rearing, fertility, agriculture, healing and dreams. Out of her womb she brought forth all of nature.

The womb is the vessel of life. It is a place for growth, transformation, evolution, and of birth. It is a safe haven of comfort and for healing. It is while in the womb that we receive the first gift of our mother, the rhythm of her heartbeat, the pulse of the earth. It is the rhythm of our own hearts. Without it’s cadence we cease to exist. It is our foundation; we build our whole lives around it. Our heartbeat is the ultimate connection to Gaia. Gaia is the earth and the earth is nature, and we are children of the earth. 

 ~Angie Buchanan ©2001