What is Wild Woman Rising?

We are artists, musicians, actors, poets. Kitchen wizards, medicine women, plant whisperers and earth mamas. We dance, we sing, we listen, we create. We are alive and engaged in life on this planet! We invite you to share in our magic and weave your offerings into the web. Learn more here:

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Wide Open

by Mother Turtle

Birthing another song and beckoning you to take a little time for yourself today, find a moment of peace — heart wide open!

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Feminine Mysticism in Art

by Victoria Christian

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Earth’s Voices

The Movie

by Lisa Burroughs

A to Z — 26 Black and White Photographs
16 Minutes

Artist’s Statement

Authenticity and trust are at the center of making this work. In this way I can respond to what occurs — whatever is speaking to me or through me. There is often an instant when the outer world of noise disappears and I know something is resonating, sparking intuition fully to life — a living connection between Earth and artist opens. It is sustenance and it is humbling. While in the creating phase, this state of mind must be nurtured, protected and kept a secret from probing intellects — even my own inquiring mind. Simply put, I practice a tender meditation suggested to me by the natural world. (Making the work is far more natural than writing about it.)

My central thesis came after shooting and editing for six years. I knew on some level that I was working with the healing of symbols and transformation. But while working on the film, “Earth’s Voices” movie, I realized the dialogue was also about opening to the truth. I mean to say that symbols and their shapes and significance are derived from Mother Earth herself, from the strength and shape of the land and from our experience of energy surges between sky and earth. We experienced the land and her message as Sacred, we learned everything from her like children. After seeing my movie, two people helped me with that view, both anthropology and archeology experts who specialize in the origin of humans and the origin of the symbols of written language. (The appearance of some symbols in some places make it impossible to say those cultures met and shared cultural development, so…)

My A to Z photographic series “Earth’s Voices” reminds me that when the spoken word was full of power, we were also full of natural power; words were indistinct from the energies of the things named, and we were not separate from our wild nature or limited by it.

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Beltane Song

by Hazel Loveridge

Om Priviti

by Kalika Fortin

Into the FIRE

by Tanya Sheikh

My love affair with fire was born one day to the next, or so it seems.

In a magical woods, just beyond our doorstep we created a place of fire, intending a sacred space that would allow us to transform, be, become and journey into the unknown to be unleashed.

With the trees as silent sentinels, we lit the flame and sent out our prayers. We gifted ourselves to the elements, sitting in silence with that blazing light for hours, what seemed like eternity.

After the last spark extinguished, we left with prayers of gratitude and open-eyed wonder. Back inside our home, I cocooned on the sofa, allowing the experience to find its place. My body started to violently tremble. So much had been gifted and so much received that I knew not who I was — resting in liminal space with the new as yet unborn.

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We Are One Voice

by White Woman Drums

Nourishing Thanks

by Alisa Muñiz Blanchard

The Blood Mysteries

by Samantha Fernandez

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Earth

by Mz. imani

Birthing Mother

by Samantha Fernandez

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Devotional Watercolor

by Meganne Forbes

Cauldron of Changes

by Lindie-Lila

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Don’t Cry for Me

(Cry for the Sea)

by Mother Turtle

Wild Wise Women

by Samantha Fernandez


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How to Play the Systrum

by Tahya Love

Turning Points

by Lisa Adams Reed

The Goddess Project Trailer

by The Goddess Project

Seein’ Amiss

by Polyphony Marimba


For You

by Samantha Archer

Shine

10 Women Strip Down & Share Their Thoughts On Beauty & Body Image

by The Goddess Project

Identity

Live

by Samantha Archer

I Am Enough

by Samantha Fernandez

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Wild Wise Women

Goddess Music

by Samantha Fernandez


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A New Beginning

by Samantha Archer


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In the Valley of My Soul

by Lyric Benson

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Earthsong

by Areeya Marie

Behind The Scenes With The Goddess Project

by The Goddess Project

Aphrodite

by Lindie-Lila

Unbounded, flowing and free, Aphrodite rises from the ocean to liberate feminine sexuality.

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Sometimes the Boat’s Just Gotta Be Rocked!

by Nicole Adele

A silly soul song from my kitchen to all those answering the call to “rock the boat” of the status quo by living from their SOUL’s truth!

Wild Wild Woman by SAGE

by Claudia van Zuiden

Mother Medicine

by Psalm Isadora


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Carry the Banner of Truth

in support of Tangerine Bolen

We are here in support of each other. Reaching beyond the borders of a system that fails us. Calling each other to our strength, to our faith. Finding ways to show each other that it is possible to find hope when it seems as if there is none.

Love prevails and it is within our power to live that as truth.

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Soul Rising

by Nicole Adele

Written by Nicole Manieri out of her own soul’s journey.

Redbone Lovin’ Hand Drum Song

by Selu Kateri

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Calling Us Home

by ALisa Starkweather

They Sent Us Their Blood & Bones

by Nicole Adele

From the one-woman presentation “Into the Dark Forest.” Inspired by a dream.

I Believe

by Mz. imani

Red Tent Temple

by Mother Turtle

Written for the film “Things We Don’t Talk About” directed by Isadora Liedenfrost which documents the Red Tent Temple Movement founded by ALisa Starkweather.

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Mother, Help Us

by Mz. imani

Rivers as Highways: Beginnings

by Emily Rose Michaud

“I grew up on the shores of the Gatineau river in Western Qu├ębec and those waters have shaped me to my core.”

Super 8mm film (black and white)

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Song4Hang

by Mz. imani

High

Written by Kim Zunner
Performed by steveNkim
Produced, engineered, and mixed by Steven Hopkins