The Fire of Freedom
A brief (and slightly speculative) three-thousand-year history of women's spiritual uprisings and their impact on Western culture
A New Women’s Liberation
Four women from EnlightenNext share their experience of a radical evolutionary sisterhood
Where Are the Women?
Noting the surprising absence of women at the leading
edge of cultural change, Debold asks what happened to the
revolution that women started in the last half of the 20th
century—and calls women to once again aspire to transform
the status quo.
Women Who Sleep with Their Gurus ... and Why They Love It
There's a lot more to guru sex scandals than innocent victims fallen prey to unscrupulous teachers. Whether they're after wealth, security, social status, or enlightenment, women love men at the top, and they have for four million years.
Don't Ask Why--Just Do Something!
“I have such passion about what could be done!” A fiery Brooklyn-born guru and AIDS activist speaks out on suffering, detachment, and what it means to truly care.
No Man's Land
“I don't think about men. I really don't care about them. I'm concerned with women's capacities.” A former Christian theologian and one of the most original and radical feminist thinkers of our time dismisses any attempt to include men in a discussion of gender and spirituality.
Liberation Without a Face
A feminist activist and author interviews her male spiritual teacher about why women's liberation and spiritual liberation have nothing to do with each other.
The Emergence of the Black Goddess
One of the world's foremost Jungian analysts explains why a mysterious feminine figure appearing in the dreams of contemporary men and women may hold the key to our planet's very survival.
Sally and Jade
“Once made, this love is made forever.” Two of Barry Long's former consorts tell us what it's like to be in relationship with a tantric master.
Could Christ Have Been a Woman?
The late Trappist monk and teacher of centering prayer spoke passionately about realizing our innate divinity, which simultaneously transcends and celebrates gender.