What is Dark Feminine Energy

The concept of “dark feminine energy” refers to the aspects of the divine feminine that are associated with mystery, transformation, and the depths of the unconscious. This archetype is often represented by goddesses such as Kali, Lilith, Hecate, and the Morrigan, among others.

To awaken and connect with the dark feminine, one can start by exploring their own inner darkness and shadow aspects. This can involve practices such as journaling, meditation, dreamwork, and creative expression. It may also involve working with the symbols and imagery of dark feminine goddesses, and exploring the myths and stories associated with them.

Connecting with the dark feminine can help women to embrace their own power, creativity, and sexuality, and to transform aspects of themselves that may be holding them back. It can also help women to connect with a deeper sense of purpose and meaning, and to develop a more holistic and integrated sense of self.

It’s important to note that the “dark feminine” is not necessarily a force that is separate from or opposed to the “light feminine.” Rather, these are two aspects of a larger, more complex archetype that encompasses both light and dark. By embracing the dark feminine, women can tap into a deeper sense of wholeness and balance, and cultivate a more authentic and empowered sense of self.


Published by Tahiry Devine

Hello to all, my name is Tahiry Devine and welcome to this sacred space of healing, encouragement, and community through the ideals of wombman-hood, Mothering, and awakening of the Divine Feminine as told through my journey. As a wombman of color, I aspire to share not only my spiritual journey and life hacks I have learned over the years but to collaborate with wombman all over who desire to share and walk in their Divine calling. Wholeness and Love

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