Divine Feminine Energy is a spiritual concept that refers to the divine or spiritual energy that is often associated with the feminine aspect of the universe. This energy is believed to be present in all things and can be accessed and harnessed by both men and women (and non-binary folks).
The Divine Feminine Energy is often associated with qualities such as nurturing, intuition, creativity, empathy, and compassion. It is believed that when we connect with this energy, we can tap into our inner wisdom and guidance, allowing us to live more authentically and in alignment with our true selves.There are keywords that are associated to describe this energy such as “healer, compassionate, creative, mother, soft, gentle, empowered, and sensual”.
In many spiritual traditions, the Divine Feminine Energy is often personified as a goddess or divine mother figure, such as Isis, Kali, or Mary. These figures represent the nurturing and life-giving qualities of the universe and are often associated with the cycles of birth, death, and rebirth.

Shadow of woman holding sword against desert background with sunset.

Divine Feminine Energy vs. Divine Masculine Energy

When examining the concepts of divine feminine and masculine energies, we can observe distinct characteristics that set them apart. Traditionally, masculine energy is associated with action and taking charge, while feminine energy embodies a more fluid and receptive approach. Masculine energy gravitates towards logic, setting boundaries, assertiveness, discipline, and survival, whereas feminine energy embraces nurturing and creativity.

It’s important to note that these energies are not mutually exclusive; instead, they complement each other. Striking a balance between the two is crucial for a well-rounded spiritual journey and a fulfilling human experience. By tapping into both feminine and masculine energies, we can harness their distinct qualities to enrich our lives and personal growth.

There are many ways to tap into divine energy, including meditation, prayer, and creative expression. By cultivating a deeper connection with the spiritual realm, we can access this energy to heal, empower, and transform ourselves and others.

Discover how understanding the wisdom and energy of goddesses and ascended masters can help you navigate your spiritual journey and connect with divine energy. Learn how to call on these celestial beings to enhance your sacred space.

As we embark on our spiritual journey, it’s natural to seek guidance and support from those who have walked the path before us. That’s where the wisdom and energy of goddesses and ascended masters come in. By understanding their journey, story, and energy signature, we can gain valuable insights that can help us navigate our own journey and connect with the divine energy that surrounds us.

The Power of Divine Feminine Energy: How Goddesses and Ascended Masters Can Guide Our Spiritual Journey

Whether you’re just starting on your spiritual exploration or you’re a seasoned practitioner, getting to know goddesses like Oshun, Portia, Mary, and Sophia, and ascended masters like Jesus, Buddha, and Saint Germain, can be a powerful tool in your spiritual toolkit. By understanding their attributes, lessons, and messages, we can learn to embody their energy and apply their teachings to our own lives.

What’s more, depending on where you are in your spiritual journey, you may even learn how to call on these divine beings for guidance, protection, or healing. Whether it’s through prayer, meditation, or ritual, the act of invoking their energy can help us deepen our connection to the divine and enhance our sacred space.

Let’s explore a few Goddesses and Female Ascended Masters. 

Goddesses and Female Ascended Masters

Oshun Goddess of Yoruba religion. Goddess sitting in yellow dress staring at herself in the mirror.
Oshun from Yoruba religion. Goddess of fertility, beauty and love.


Oshun is a Yoruba goddess associated with love, beauty, and fertility. As the patron of rivers and fresh water, she represents the life-giving power of water and its ability to cleanse, heal, and renew. Also known as “Our Lady de; Caridad del Cobre (the patron saing of Cuba)It’s no coincidence Oshun is also the referred to as the queen of the witches: She is a teacher of both magic and mysticism. Oshun loves casting spells, especially those related to romance and seduction. She is the granter of wishes and all of your heart’s desires. When respected and properly invoked, Oshun holds the keys to love, success, prosperity, and pregnancy. That said, if you’re trying to invoke this goddess, make sure you always keep her happy. In other words, do not make Oshun a promise you cannot keep. Love her; be loyal to her and be mindful of your wishes. She is the goddess of love, after all. To connect with Oshun, try spending time near a body of water, such as a river or lake. Offer her honey, flowers, or other tokens of appreciation, and meditate on the qualities of love, beauty, and abundance in your life. Feast Day is Sept. 8th. Gemstones: Citrine, Amber, Rutilated Quartz.

Hecate (or Hecate) holding knife
Hecate (Hekate) holding knife


Hecate (Hekate)

Hecate is an ancient Greek goddess associated with magic, witchcraft, and the moon. As a liminal goddess, she governs the spaces between worlds, granting her followers the ability to see beyond the veil and access hidden knowledge.

Hecate was usually depicted in Greek vase paintings as a woman holding twin torches. Sometimes she was dressed in a knee-length maiden’s skirt and hunting boots, much like Artemis. In statuary, Hecate was often depicted in triple form as a goddess of crossroads. She witnessed the abduction of Demeter’s daughter Persephone to the underworld and, torch in hand, assisted in the search for her. Thus, pillars called Hecataea stood at crossroads and doorways, perhaps to keep away evil spirits.

To tap into Hecate’s wisdom, try working with lunar energy, such as by conducting rituals during the full moon or new moon phases. Meditate on the concept of transformation and change, and ask Hecate to help you navigate the mysteries of life with grace and courage.


The Morrigan

The Morrigan is a Celtic goddess of war, death, and sovereignty. She represents the power of transformation and the cycles of life, death, and rebirth.The name Mórrigan, which may have several variations of spelling, means ‘great queen’, ‘phantom queen’, ‘queen of nightmares’ or, more literally, ‘mare-queen’. She may have evolved from the ancient territorial goddess Mór Muman who was associated with the sun and kingship in southern Ireland. She is a war-goddess, and she is particularly associated with the fury of war, hence her ‘demonic’ nature and another name by which she is sometimes known, the ‘queen of demons’.

To connect with The Morrigan, try working with crow or raven imagery, as these birds are closely associated with her energy. Meditate on the concepts of courage, strength, and personal power, and ask The Morrigan to guide you in embracing your own inner warrior.


Gnosticism is the belief that human beings contain a piece of God (the highest good or a divine spark) within themselves, which has fallen from the immaterial world into the bodies of humans. All physical matter is subject to decay, rotting, and death. Those bodies and the material world, created by an inferior being, are therefore evil. Trapped in the material world, but ignorant of its status, the pieces of God require knowledge (gnosis) to inform them of their true status. That knowledge must come from outside the material world, and the agent who brings it is the savior or redeemer.)  Sophia is a figure/Goddess, analogous to the human soul but also simultaneously one of the feminine aspects of God. She is considered to have fallen from grace in some way, in so doing creating or helping to create the material world. She represents wisdom and spiritual awakening. She is often associated with the divine feminine and the transformative power of knowledge.

To access Sophia’s wisdom, try studying sacred texts, engaging in contemplative prayer, or meditating on the concept of divine wisdom. By opening ourselves to Sophia’s teachings, we can expand our understanding of the spiritual realm and gain deeper insight into our own spiritual journey.

Statue of Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

Mother Mary

Mother Mary (the beloved mother) is a central figure in Christianity and is revered as the mother of Jesus Christ. She represents compassion, nurturing, and unconditional love. In traditional religion, she is revered as the mother of their lord, but yet many others consider her an ascended master. Many look to her for healing, guidance and helping open heart chakras. She is sought after for intelligence, miracles, and parenting and is believed to support crystal and indigo children. Associated with plants like Rosemary (hello) and crystals such as rose quartz and amethyst.

She can be accessed through deep meditation and prayer. Many set altars with her image to help invoke her. In my experience, she is one of the easiest and most accessible to work with. 

Lady Portia

You may have heard of her twin flame, Saint Germain, Lady Portia is known as the Goddess of Justice and Opportunity. Lady Master Portia has served God for thousands of years on the seventh ray of justice, freedom, mercy, forgiveness, alchemy, and sacred ritual, and has attained to the embodiment of the God flame and God consciousness of divine justice as divine opportunity.  She is known for bringing divine justice to Earth and teaching us how to attain harmony and balance. Lady Portia helps with releasing karma on all levels and teaches us how to forgive ourselves and others.

Working with lady Portia requires deep meditation and raising your vibrations to meet her. Working and helping those who seek her with purpose. Amethyst, Selenite, and Quartz are recommended when in meditation to work with her.

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