Woman1sh Intuition LLC is establishing itself as a social enterprise whose aim is to offer affordable, skilled support to women who are healing generational trauma stemming from a “mother wound”. Our belief is that “when you heal a woman, you heal the world” and because women tend to be “the glue” that keeps the family, the community and the society together our focus is on helping women heal. Our target audience includes women caregivers between the ages 25-45 who are parents or caregivers in other ways or are the “strong friend” in most of their inner circle groups.
Offerings include: free healing content on all social media platforms, one on one Wellness sessions (aka tarot readings), an online sistar healing community membership and a premium membership designed to teach women how to heal from lost nurturance, protection and guidance due to a strained or absent relationship with their mother.
The free healing content social media and one one one Tarot Wellness sessions supports women with identifying where they are mentally and emotionally stuck in unhealed past trauma. The online sistar community membership is designed to create a space where women can socialize in a lighthearted way to help shed the heaviness of trauma. The Premium sistar community is designed to walk sistars through healing exercises during group coaching sessions with trauma informed wellness practitioners.
Why the name “Woman1sh”?
Woman1sh Intuition LLC was created with the divine feminine energy in mind. We acknowledge that feminine energy exists within all males and females and is a major component in our ability to create healing and balance within our inner spaces (as well as our outer circumstances like career, family, etc.).
Woman1sh Intuition LLC aligns itself with womanist theology (coined by the late Dr. Katie G. Cannon) and with other belief systems that create space for the perspectives and experiences of women. Woman1sh Intuition LLC promotes the acceptance and expression of the divine feminine within each of us. Awaken god/dess!
The name Woman1sh was initially inspired by a class Deneen Tyler completed during her Masters degree program, taught by Dr. Katie G. Cannon called “Womanist, Feminist, and Mujeristas”. The number 1 that is used in place of the letter “i” serves the purpose of highliting the significance of oneness with self and oneness amongst ALL. And then further inspiration was also sparked by the following:
Womanist.1. From womanish. (Opp. of “girlish,” i.e. frivolous, irresponsible, not serious.) A black feminist or feminist of color. From the black folk expression of mothers to female children, “you acting womanish,” i.e., like a woman. Usually referring to outrageous, audacious, courageous or willful behavior. Wanting to know more and in greater depth than is considered “good” for one. Interested in grown up doings. Acting grown up. Being grown up. Interchangeable with another black folk expression: “You trying to be grown.” Responsible. In charge. Serious.
2. Also: A woman who loves other women, sexually and/or nonsexually. Appreciates and prefers women’s culture, women’s emotional flexibility (values tears as natural counterbalance of laughter), and women’s strength. Sometimes loves individual men, sexually and/or nonsexually. Committed to survival and wholeness of entire people, male and female. Not a separatist, except periodically, for health. Traditionally a universalist, as in: “Mama, why are we brown, pink, and yellow, and our cousins are white, beige and black?” Ans. “Well, you know the colored race is just like a flower garden, with every color flower represented.” Traditionally capable, as in: “Mama, I’m walking to Canada and I’m taking you and a bunch of other slaves with me.” Reply: “It wouldn’t be the first time.”
3. Loves music. Loves dance. Loves the moon. Loves the Spirit. Loves love and food and roundness. Loves struggle. Loves the Folk. Loves herself. Regardless.
4. Womanist is to feminist as purple is to lavender.
Alice Walker’s Definition of a “Womanist” from In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens: Womanist Prose Copyright 1983