The Warrior Woman Free Series Begins

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The Question:

What do you think causes us to lose our connection with a man?

My Answer:

There are two sides to this.

One is what if we never had a connection with him? Do we say we lost it?

The other is we had it, what happened? It’s gone.

I’m going to say something pretty bold here – which is that it’s willful on our parts.

That we women are so badly trained and so badly treated and so badly learned and badly educated in the ways of being a human being (in a different way than men are treated and trained poorly)…that we are taught from the very beginning – in school and every other civilized, civilization-creating thing that we go through – to not even know who we are.

To SO not know who we are that:

  • We don’t know what we want.
  • We don’t know what we desire.
  • We don’t know anything about ourselves, really… and so it takes most of our lives to try and even connect with ourselves, much less anyone else.
  • We have hardly ever even experienced the fullness of just the word “connection.”

It seems as though the only desire that we can really put our finger on is a sexual desire, a chemical desire for love and relationship.

It’s this gut feeling of yearning and wanting that we call desire and it’s usually directed towards some man who somehow triggers that in us, whether or not he’s an appropriate partner or not.

It just triggers that within us.

Everything else about the work we do and how we spend our time and how we have fun and what we do when we’re alone, all of that is very wishy-washy for almost all of us.

We just kind of lurch from one obligation to another.

That sound familiar to you?

Sort of lurching from one obligation to another…?

So – we begin “Warrior Woman” with the idea of transforming our righteous rage into connection.

That we no longer need to go on the “Warpath” with our rage.

That we can turn everything into LOVE.

That we can experience that love we’re automatically, as women, channeling inside ourselves, as a true feeling of connection to ourselves, to others, to men, to the rest of the world…

Let’s roll…

Love, Rori




  1.  #1soul sista on February 13, 2019 at 6:16 am

    How timely! I’ve been so filled with righteous rage if there is love inside me it’s all covered up by sadness…so, yes, I’m lurching in survival mode. My rage is either “completely justified” or overdue to “get over it.” Well, it’s both. I feel so confused I’m practically paralyzed.

    Looking forward to this series

  2.  #2Samantha chanty on February 13, 2019 at 6:29 am

    I’m feel completely lost and confused about my relationship. I don’t want to give it up but I need help.

  3.  #3Femininewoman on February 14, 2019 at 8:37 am

    Hey Soul Sista. I feel you

  4.  #4soul sista on February 14, 2019 at 10:05 am

    @Femininewoman ~ What I’m trying to transmute is real, psychological pain and trauma from horrific abuse into – LOVE?

    Someone, please show me the way because right now I’m with Tori Amos “Me and a Gun.”

    In other words I FEEL RAGE. Under that rage I feel extreme helplessness. The helplessness of a child. The bad guy gets away with it and I live with severe PTSD all of my life.

    I don’t understand.

  5.  #5Rori Raye on February 14, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    Samantha, I see you on Siren Island! I’ll be there for you tonight, and, meanwhile, there are about 8 coaches coaching right now! I’m going to Debra Darlen’s Siren Circle class in 15 minutes, see you after that. Love, Rori