Artists at Play: The Divine Feminine Feline Philosophy

My Personal Submission: Feline Philosophy

Picture Credit: Robin Burd

Recording Credit: Jeff Jeffries at South Street Sounds

Theme:  As a theme, ‘The Divine Feminine” is open for all creative interpretation. Personally, I thought of it as the internal recognition that two divine threads of energy runs through each of us regardless of our gender.  In Chinese philosophy, this is referred to as yin (female) and yang (male) energy.  I am interested in discovering, excavating and celebrating the qualities that uniquely comprise this female thread.

For Inspiration: Below are songs and a book excerpt accompaniment.

That Feminine Thread excerpt from The Book of Awakening by
Mark Nepo

Female Artists:

Upside Down by Paloma Faith

Tightrope by Janelle Monae

One of the Boys by Gretchen Wilson

Sometimes It Takes Balls to be a Woman by Elizabeth Cook

Male Artists:

Lady Don’t Tek No by Latyrx

You don’t have to believe me by Eric Hutchison

Ticks by Brad Paisley

She’s always a woman to me by Billy Joel

Submissions: All artistic expression – from culinary arts to dance – is
welcomed.  Please email submissions, ideas, collaboration pitches and questions to me at

Lady Parts,

A Warrior Princess


One comment on “Artists at Play: The Divine Feminine Feline Philosophy

  1. […] the one you’d like me to recite.”  His eyebrows twitched together in agreement as he picked Feline Philosophy. With as much intensity as I could muster, I delivered the poem maintaining eye contact throughout […]

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