Updated: Jul 16, 2019
One is not born, but rather becomes, woman. – Simone de Beauvoir 
Together, we must move like waves. – adrienne marie brown 
By whatever shaping current, I am in this lifetime a woman. I chose this, perhaps a million years ago, to burn karma: I am an activist. As a woman, I know oppression. Because I'm white, I know privilege. As a biological woman, I cycle with the moon, bleeding at the full, and own the responsibility of being a red moon woman. I am a woman who is also a mother. As a spiritual woman, I shape-shift. So for the purposes of this thought flow, I will disidentify.
Spirit is fluid and broad. It encompasses all. Spirituality is interconnectedness and divine entrainment. It is the ocean, and I am a wave. Spiritual practice is one of energetic dexterity, ultimately defying description, yet real. My practice is of my bodies: yes the flesh body, and then of the senses, of the energies that I have come to know as emotion and thought, of the vibrant collection of energies that stir as julia. My spiritual practice is one of re-membering and re-collection.
 The Second Sex. 1949, 283.
 emergent strategy. 2017, 16.