The goddess league
The Goddess League is more than an organization or a movement, it is a new era birthing within all of us who hear the call of the Divine Feminine.
It is more than any one idea, rather it is a collective vision that is continuously growing as more of us remember the truth of feminine power.
In the summer of 2016, Cleo Forstater and Inka Linda felt the call of the Goddess channeling this vision through them to manifest it into reality as creative doulas. Since then fellow sisters Madina Salah and Yana Seidl have joined them to create a growing community of women dedicated to love and change.
Using their shared power of social media, sociology, and creative expression, the founders wanted to create a platform and a community that shatters illusions about people coming together in celebration of the Divine Feminine and in remembering forgotten sacred aspects of female energy and power that is available to all of us, regardless of our gender or background.
We live in a “modern” world where our relationships with each other have become so fragmented that our souls are yearning for community. In many ways we envision The Goddess League to be a revival the Lost Village in our consciousness, where girls, mothers, elders once came together to learn from one another instead of competing with each other. Where people from all backgrounds revered the abundant, cosmic, and nurturing aspects of The Divine Feminine. Where people come together to heal, to grow, and to build for ourselves and for future generations.
It is up to us to be the change we wish to see and to create the future we deserve to live in.
The Goddess League is as much a part of you as it is us; it is the prayer of our fore-mothers and the promise for our future children, who shall inherit The New World. The Goddess League is a gift for all of us to honour the power of sisterhood, Mother Earth, the gifts of Goddess and ultimately the supreme power of Love. It is a space for us to create what we need for our own personal evolution, while supported by sisterhood.