A Sacred Community for Women and Femme Folk in Spiritual Deconstruction and Reconstruction
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Something magical happens when women come together, break open their hearts, and share their wisdom. Every month @ 1 PM EST, we gather together via Zoom to share our stories, perspective, and insight and learn from each other.
Delivered to your inbox each month as a community, we focus on a spiritual practice you can integrate into your current spiritual practice. Ranging from meditations, journal prompts, tools to connect to the earth and your body to simple but soul-filling exercises.
It’s one thing to read and comment on one another’s posts on Facebook. It is a whole other thing to send voice messages, images, and texts to one another when we have questions, requests, or spiritual discoveries to share. Using the app Voxer, you can stay connected 24/7 to fellow Holy Heretics.
Each month delivered in your inbox, you will receive unique resources covering topics ranging from the Divine Feminine, Spiritual Development, Feminist Theology, and more. This list is curated with resources that will serve your spiritual journey and address the questions you are digging into right now!
Using the monthly resources as a guide, we meet each month to go deep into the readings in a small private group and together know ourselves on a more sacred level, mind, body, and soul.
As a member of the Heretical Priestess Circle, you will get 30-minute coaching credit ($300 value) sent to you every four months of your membership. Coaching calls are an opportunity to get exclusive attention from Lurie to address your most complicated questions and messy answers.
As a Heretical Priestess Circle member, you will receive an email preparing you for your Tarot reading each month. After going through any specific questions and issues coming forward that month, Lurie will pull cards and send you a video explaining the cards and how they inform your situation.
Patriarchal Theology has made a great game of silencing the feminine and calling those of us who challenge it Heretics.
As a result, the theology of our grandmothers: Practices connecting us to the earth, our bodies, and mystical power as feminine beings has been suppressed.
“Right” is dictated by gurus, celebrity teachers, and institutions. Painting your inner wisdom and intuition as evil and untrustworthy.
When we choose to follow the call of our soul it means we are leaving behind those broken ways of knowing the Divine. And often also leaving behind the communities we have known for years, and wandering solo.
But you don’t have to be alone! The Heretical Society exists for spiritual feminine souls who are following the call of the Divine.
There are no rules, there is no “right.” Just you, the Divine, and a community of fellow Heretics cheering you on!
Let’s gather together and cause some liberating mayhem!
Hi, I’m Lurie. I grew up in a Christian tradition that told me there was a set mold for what a woman should desire, do, how she should act, and what she should say. My only understanding of spirituality was within strict molds, and I didn’t fit into any of them. So I went on a journey hunting for the Divine outside of patriarchy. Yearning to know what it means to connect to the divine, the holy mother, sister, healer, and wisdom. I hunted in ancient women traditions, goddess temples, the jungle, the ancient rivers and ponds of Hel and Freya, in the pages of ancient texts, and on the lips of women much more knowledgeable than me.
I went all the way to the Ivory tower of all places, getting two master’s degrees focused on feminist theology and women’s narratives to Her down. And when I did, she stared right back at me and said, “Look inside you.”
Leaving behind the religion I knew and grew up with was terrifying, but discovering the Divine outside of oppressive theology was liberating! Today my work is about supporting women through their own spiritual journeys using my experiences and research in Feminist Theology and Erotic Spirituality. I am a writer, teacher, learner, lover of life, and a deep believer in the sanctity of desire and pleasure.