Up until about 5,000 years ago, the voice of the Goddess was whispering in everyone’s ear, guiding us as we crossed over valleys, ground our grain, made love, kissed our children, and gazed up at the stars. We are talking big-time megastar. Bigger than Oprah, Madonna, Beyoncé, Barbra, and Lady Gaga all rolled into one. She was the talk of the town, the headliner, the supermodel. Our ancestors partied with, worshipped, and revered the Goddess.
It is only recently — a mere blip on the timeline of humanity — that we as a culture have despised, devalued, disparaged, and ignored the feminine. That made even our bodies wrong. We have a case of collective amnesia and collective grief — most of us don’t even know what exactly we’re missing or what gifts of the feminine we have to cultivate.
But Regena Thomashauer, master facilitator and teacher and creatrix of The School of Womanly Arts, she does. She’s here to help us remember.
Regena marries her many years of research into the social, cultural, and economic history of women with her knowledge of female pleasure to reconnect women with their innate passion, enthusiasm, creativity, and power. The result is her world-renowned curriculum, which has helped thousands of women from around the globe unbind themselves from painful personal histories and collective patriarchal conditioning to feel ALIVE and create lives they love, the lives intended for them.