Pamela Alexander commented on Pamela Alexander's blog post Visits from Sophia: A divine feminine presence.
"This is amazing Stuart Lloyd! Thank you so much for sharing this. It is so similar to what I am getting as well about Sophia emerging. I so appreciate your confirmation of the connection between the dragon, apocalypse (don't know if you are aware of…"
Mar 2, 2017
Stuart Lloyd commented on Pamela Alexander's blog post Visits from Sophia: A divine feminine presence.
"My visit to Montserrat to view the black madonna was an encounter with the Sophia principal of the feminine.A few features are still memorable. 
The christ child and madonna both holding an orb. In the chapel behind the icon was a bronze image of a…"
Mar 2, 2017
Pamela Alexander replied to James R. Newell's discussion Tam Lyn and Thomas Rhymer (Song files attached) in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Thanks James, this is very rich. I was wondering if you might include here a synopsis of your mother complex theory on this mythic song?"
Nov 4, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Ixchel: Medicine Woman — Goddess Card form Tuesday September 29 in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Thank you Bonnie for doing this! Taking the time to pull the card and then right this up for us.
It made me think of what we were talking about last night with regard to the group ritual. An idea might be to take a moment after opening to get quiet,…"
Sep 30, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Jesse Masterson's discussion A New Geography for Vocations in Psychology: Crafting the Roles Your Community and Bioregion Need in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"The Prophet trailer is amazing! I'd heard about the movie on NPR but forgot to post it. I cannot wait to see it! Thanks Julie for sharing this!"
Aug 25, 2015
Donna May replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Whale Video in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Pamela, so lovely. A lovely way to begin my day today, playing some of the video; I plan on coming back to this, to listen & meditate to the entire hour, later today. I will be swimming in whale consciousness prior to our meeting tonight...Thank you…"
Aug 25, 2015
Donna May replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Thanks  Pamela (and Julie) for keeping this video on my radar. I have info down and plan to watch this next week when I have a bit more time...Blessings, D"
Aug 21, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"This is so interesting Donna, about therapists...
I so thank you for sharing the ancestral aspect with me, since I also have the exact same situation in my family. They rejected those with wealth as selfish. When I was married, we had money, and my…"
Aug 18, 2015
Donna May replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Yes, let us have a conversation about this on an upcoming group.  I feel it is important.
I agree with your boyfriend, you are weatlthy in so many ways! I feel this for me, too. I also want to feel it is OK to be more like your boyfriend, able to…"
Aug 13, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"I just watched a video on DPA that Julie mentioned. I think you might be interested. It's called Time is Art."
Aug 13, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Your welcome Donna,
My sense is that we are innately supported by life. Think of how synchronicities work. What mechanism creates that and why? Wouldn't it just make sense that we are supported in all ways to do soul work? To me it seems so logical…"
Aug 13, 2015
Donna May replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Pamela, thank you for sharing this with us last night.
You comment then and here I am very curious about:  "There seems to be a disconnect for some of us around abundance and that is the domain of the Mother."  Would love to see this explored some…"
Aug 12, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Donna May's discussion If you build a ship (quote by Antoine de Saint-Exupery in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"THanks Donna...Obviously it brings me right to the idea of how do we get others to even see there is a sea. How to inspire others to long for that which remains unseen. To understand that what they are searching for is not in the world, but in…"
Aug 12, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Donna May's discussion If you build a ship (quote by Antoine de Saint-Exupery in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Beautiful. I have not seen this book either and will look it up. Thanks for sharing this."
Aug 12, 2015
Pamela Alexander replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Yes, Jesse, thank you so much for checking in with me on this. I did hear about it and am currently simmering on an approach:) I was curious as to whether you have any other thoughts about a comment you made on the last call I attended regarding a…"
Aug 8, 2015
Jesse Masterson replied to Pamela Alexander's discussion Saying sorry to the Mother..7/28/15 Call in DiscoverRing™ Depth Psychology as a Vocation—Private Group
"Pamela,
Has anyone inquired whether you might be available to lead the meeting this Tuesday Aug 11th? I hope you are available as I am looking forward to seeing what you want to energize around."
Aug 7, 2015
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