Invocation to Femella

This is an invocation I wrote to the Divine Girl, based on my work with Jailbreaking the Goddess (I highly recommend the book and you can find my review of it here. ). If you need a little Femella in your life, I hope this might speak to you <3


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Sweet innocence, gently trusting
Happy girl, come to me
Show me joy and blanket forts, help me build daisy chains and dance with the wind

Whirling dervish, frolicking in the flowers
Silly girl, come to me
Let us scamper together through rain soaked puddles and laugh until we cry

Independence realized, strength in purity
Brave girl, come to me
Lend me the strength of your “No!” and help me to shout “Yes!” to love & games & new experiences

Soft light of morning, beginning made new
Femella I call to you.


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About the Author

Grace is an avid reader, geek, and gamer living with anxiety and fighting against depression. She volunteers when she can, in as many avenues as possible. Grace loves attending cons and festivals, but also values her time at home with fur-babies and her books. An eclectic pagan since childhood, Grace has studied as a Chakradance facilitator, level 2 Usui Reiki healer, and has been a member of the Sisterhood of Avalon since 2012. She credits Phyllis Curott and Edain McCoy with her introduction to Wicca, and The Chalice & The Blade by Riane Eisler as her introduction to historical concepts of paganism. Other inspirations include The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, The Red Book by Sera Beak, and Avalon Within by Jhenah Telyndru. Her (current) greatest shero and ladycrush is Michelle Obama <3. Facing hard topics dead on is Grace's signature, asking the questions no one wants to hear, and rustling the jimmies to get Change made. It has often said that you never have to wonder what Grace is thinking! She is currently fleshing out several writing projects, and hopes to pitch those soon.

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