When a young woman recognises me and says to my daughter-to-be, "I love this woman." She joins us and tell this story:
"Years ago at high school we had a substitute history teacher. We were a wild lot and had proudly burnt out several teachers. Then this woman came along and she just let us rabble on for about 20 minutes and then she came up to each one of us and introduced herself and shook our hands. RESPECT. After that we loved history and we loved her. And that teacher was Denise."
Modern women need to nurture their wildness, re-ignite their spark, re-experince their passion as these women did on a secret dune near Uluru during my WILD WOMAN RETREAT, this September. Being wild does not mean 'out of control,' 'rude' or 'aggressive.' It means to step behind your 'good girl' self and re-connect to your intuition, your knowingness, your inner wolf. Being wild is ancient women's business. You can get a taste of it in my book FINDING ARTEMISIA: A JOURNEY INTO ANCIENT WOMEN'S BUSINESS Blessings, Denise
Wild nights! Wild nights! Were I with thee, Wild nights should be Our luxury! Emily Dickinson