Sharing the Importance of Women's Sacred Writings
Today's Show Topic:
En-Kohenet Ruach D'vorah Grenn, Ph.D is an educator, priestess, writer, spiritual guide and founder of The Lilith Institute, A Center for Feminist Spirituality. She's authored and curated many publications and has hosted her own podcast Tending Lilith's Fire. Today she's decided to chat with us about the book, Talking to Goddess, the importance of women's writing, and especially women coming together to write their own prayers and why that's so important.
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En-Kohenet Ruach D'vorah Grenn, Ph.D is an educator, writer and Mashpi'ah Ruchanit/Spiritual Guide. She founded The Lilith Institute, A Center for Feminist Spirituality in 1997, Co-Directed the Women's Spirituality A Program at ITP/Sofia University for 7 years, and was a founding theorist of the Kohenet movement. She has taught The Sacred Feminine in Judaism for Hebrew College and Humanities & Philosophy classes at Napa Valley College. She teaches in Yerusha's "Secrets My Grandmother Told Me" Wisdom School on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life and will also be faculty in their Institute for Deep Ecumenism.
Her publications include: Talking to Goddess: Powerful Voices from Many Traditions, Lilith's Fire; The Kohanot: Keepers of the Flame in Stepping into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writing on Priestesses: Jewish priestess and Lilith entries in Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions and Spiritual Brokenness and the Healing Presence of the Sacred Feminine in FEMSPEC, an interdisciplinary feminist journal. She co-hosted the Tending Lilith's Fire broadcast for 2 years and led The Lilith Institute's Women's Intuitive Leadership Program in 2022.