Throughout history cultures and religions have revered goddess figures and feminine deities or the essence itself of the giver of live, fertility, wisdom, and the cycles of nature. 

The concept of the Divine Feminine encompasses a range of spiritual, cultural, and philosophical ideas that honor and celebrate feminine qualities, energies, and archetypes. It's often seen as a counterpart or complement to the Divine Masculine, representing aspects such as nurturing, intuition, creativity, compassion, and interconnectedness.

For example, in Greek mythology, goddesses like Athena, Artemis, and Demeter embody different aspects of feminine power and wisdom.

The beautiful visuals are stored in our collective human memory, as enduring symbols of compassionate energy.

A few examples:
Isis (Egypt)  Is often depicted as a mother figure, and associated with magic, healing, and protection.

Freya (Norse)  A goddess of love, fertility, beauty, and war. She is associated with sexuality, femininity, and magic, and is often depicted as a powerful and independent figure.

Brigid (Celtic)  Brigid is a Celtic goddess associated with healing, poetry, smithcraft, and childbirth. She is revered as a protector of hearth and home, and her feast day, Imbolc, marks the beginning of spring.

Quan Yin (Chinese)  Quan Yin, also known as Guan Yin or Kuan Yin, is a bodhisattva and goddess of compassion and mercy in Chinese Buddhism. She is often depicted as a serene figure, embodying unconditional love and compassion for all beings.


The divine feminine power can be soft, gentle, nurturing yet bold, courageous, and powerful.

We also have the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe

in Hinduism Shakti, from Sanskrit shak, “to be able”, means “Power” or “empowerment,”.

Shakti is the concept, or personification, of divine feminine creative power, sometimes referred to as ‘The Great Divine Mother’ in Hinduism. On the earthly plane, Shakti most actively manifests through female embodiment and creativity/fertility, she is an archetype, the Anima, also present in males in its potential form.

Not only is Shakti responsible for creation, but it is also the agent of all change. Shakti is cosmic existence as well as liberation…

Shakti exists in a state of svātantrya, dependence on no one, being interdependent with the entire universe.

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Seeing plants grow and express these qualities, and have affinities with us, call us to create...Experiencing the benefits these powerful plants can offer us, transforms us and our health.

From these points SHAKTI Body Oil was born. For years this has become an all-time favourite. It´s an energizing, warming and invigorating booster for the mind, skin and soul. It´s vital to my self-care rituals.

I wrote a whole blog post about all the beautiful benefits and ways to enjoy this incredible oil.












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