Part of the difficulty of understanding and describing the feminine is her very elusive nature, the veil that surround her, as well as our patriarchal repression and denial of her wisdom and power. Also the ancient feminine mysteries, her initiations and teachings, were never written down. She is not easily fixed and defined, but is mysterious in her continual movement and change. She belongs to the silvery light of the moon and its many reflections rather than the harsh glare of masculine sunshine and its rational constructs. She is more easily alluded to and hinted at, expressing the mystery and matrix of creation that is always a wonder rather than something to be explained.
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, The Return of the Feminine and the World Soul
I am grateful to embark on reading this book, written by a Sufi teacher, who claims that feminine consciousness needs our attention in order to redeem our civilization and our world.
Susan Seddon Boulet, Skywatcher
“We need to return to the core of our being, to where the sacred comes into existence. And the mystical feminine holds the key to this work of redemption and transformation.” (from the blurb)