The Week of Purity #4 . . . .Thus acts the true woman

Because of her finer intuitive ability, the woman more easily assimilates the Will
of the Creator. And then she leads man by the hand, naturally, in that direction, for
the benefit of both and spread of blessings everywhere. Thus acts the true woman,
the woman who honours her femininity, who dignifies it with all her being.

Text & image source: The Day Without Tomorrow

The week of Purity #2 . . . . Woman! Grace is thy name.

Woman! Grace is thy name. 

In faithfulness and loyalty do your task lie.
Priestesses for the Holy longing for Light and Truth. 

Woman! How do you stand today? 
Are you worthy to bear that glorious name.. Woman?

On 7th September, a drop from the Fountainhead of Purity will be freely offered. It rests with you, you women and girls to drink and be filled to the measure of your volition.

LORD! We beseech THEE, grant this blessing to all who truly seek it.
May the Rose and the Lily bloom beneath the Mothers’ Mantle forever! 

Ave Elizabeth! Ave Maria! Ave Irmingard!

Text & image source: EM Agbahovbe

When a Culture Of Ladies arises

Men and woman are equal under Spiritual Law though they have been designated different
tasks in Creation. A genuine feminine woman is spiritually and intuitively stronger than the
man and her task is too pass on her higher spiritual influence/energy – which in turn can
inspire the man in his activity towards what is noble, True and beautiful.

Text & image source: Return To Eden

High recognitions . . . The hand that rocks the cradle…..

Aside from her earthly influence woman/the mother
is primarily responsible for all her descendants
ie the “quality”/spiritual maturity of the souls
she attracts to incarnate on the earth.

Text & image source: Return To Eden

I must try to be alone for part of each year…

I must try to be alone for part of each year… 
and part of each day… 
in order to keep my core, my center… 
Women must be still as the axis of a wheel 
in the midst of her activities. 
She must be the pioneer of achieving this stillness, 
not only for her own salvation, but for the salvation 
of family life, of society, perhaps even of our civilization.

~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh

Text & image source: Marianne Gillis

And perhaps what made her beautiful was not her appearance…..

And perhaps what made her beautiful was not her appearance or what she achieved , but in her love and in her courage, and her audacity to believe: no matter the darkness around her, light ran bright within her, and that was the way she came alive, and it showed up in everything. ❤️☀

Text & image source: Mitra Shahidi