The Rise of the Divine Feminine – the surprising Truth



By Ulrike Selleck.  

The term “Divine Feminine” often gets confused with something implying some form of feminism. Not that this is a bad thing in and of itself.

However, the Divine Feminine is more than that:

We are all part of Divine. Divine is complete and therefore genderless.

Once manifested, it does so in its totality. Meaning, in order to compartmentalize “Itself”, it has to find a way to not lose its totality.

Enter: The Divine polarity, comprised of  Divine Feminine, and Divine Masculine.

We all have both. Some of us have a really good balance of both. Some of us have one more than the other. It’s all good. It’s all part of the Divine plan.

We live in a time where an increase of the Divine Feminine is what the world needs.

The past centuries were dominated by an abundance of the Divine masculine, as portrayed in male artists, warriors, writers, factory workers, mechanics, kings, architects, scientists, and religious and political leaders. We needed all of it.

Now we are seeing signs of the rise of the Divine Feminine, to bring balance into the world once again.

And yes, this can, and most likely will come in the form of women’s strive for equal rights, of compassionate treatment of all people, no matter race, gender, or orientation, and artistic, as well as many other expressions.

But here is the interesting thing, which challenges what we might expect:

Rather than getting hung up on a certain gender exemplifying one flavor of Divine, – as in Divine Feminine being exemplified by women exclusively -, it is quite common to have this quality being expressed and infused into the world by more and more men as well!

  • That is why people like Bernie Sanders, the Pope, and some rap artists like Prince Ea are so successful.
  • That is why men with the nurturing Divine Feminine tend to want to be stay-at-home dads, and the kids love it.
  • That is why we are seeing an increase of earth-protecting environmental laws as well as solar and wind technologies.

All these are examples of the rise of the Divine Feminine.

That is why I created this blog. This is why I believe in women and men with a good portion of the Divine Feminine leading the way for the next little while.

And by “little while” I mean in the cosmic sense. It could really be thousands of years. 🙂

Ulrike Selleck, multi-passionate founder of and, is a Classical Singer, Performer, Writer, Mother, and holistic Voice Coach with 25 years of experience.


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