Embracing Life through the Forests and the Feminine


Orange strip"Wildlife and the 'Wild Woman' are both endangered species."

~ Women Who Run With the Wolves, Clarissa Estes Pinkola



Why trees?

The forests need us now more than ever.

According to the World Resources Institute, more than 80 percent of Earth's original forests already have been destroyed.

The effects of deforestation are vast. Devastating loss of species (seventy percent of the Earth's land animals and plants reside in forests) and soil fertility, loss of stream, rivers and rainfall, loss of protection against storms, tidal surges, drought and flood, even fish stocks (in the case of mangroves) all of which reflect in loss of liveable lands and livelihoods. Remove trees and life literally moves out, and the cycles of poverty hit women the hardest.

When we let the truth sink into our bones and let our hearts crack open, we feel ourselves being called into our sacred feminine roles as protectors, restorers, and life givers for future generations.


Generations2Why women?

The Feminine Principle is the receptive, relational, intuitive, instinctual, connected, feeling side of ourselves that knows itself as part of nature. This radically undervalued and suppressed side of us is our gateway to nature's intelligence, solutions and ways of being that will seek to serve life as a norm. Whilst this consciousness resides in everyone, women are uniquely wired to feel and follow natural law through the ebb and flow of our own bodies.

Women are naturally powerful and we know it - especially when we are together. TreeSisters is a place where women are exploring how to tap the depths of our knowing, how to create powerful togetherness, how to belong and to feel ourselves as part of life, discovering our truth and giving directly to nature herself.

We invite you into this circle of giving on behalf of life.



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