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The Role of the Feminine

& The Reemergence of the World Soul

The feminine has a central part to play in the work of global healing and transformation. Her natural consciousness holds a deep understanding of the interconnections of life, how all the different parts relate together: how this awakening oneness can unfold. And every woman has in her spiritual centers the sacred substance of creation that is necessary for life’s regeneration. Without the full participation of the feminine nothing new can be born.

A relationship to the feminine is also necessary for the reemergence of the Anima Mundi, the soul of the world. Buried by masculine consciousness, the world’s soul is crying out for our attention. She has the ancient wisdom and understanding of life’s oneness that we need if the world is to be redeemed.

Over the past two decades Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee has been given different teachings on the feminine and the Anima Mundi. They are compiled here for the first time.



The Return of the Feminine

by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Foreword by Sandra Ingerman

Description | Endorsements | Table of Contents | Introduction
Foreword by Sandra Ingerman | Excerpts | Available Translations

“One of the most inspiring spiritual books of our day and a must read for all those
seeking to understand the global transformation now underway.”
Dena Merriam, Founder and Convener of
The Global Peace Initiative for Women

“This beautiful book celebrates our interconnectedness
in Her eternal web of life.”
—Meinrad Craighead, artist, scholar, and visionary


“Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee presents us with a clear picture of the Feminine which is
now essential to building a new vision and
value for our dear planet earth.”
—Marion Woodman, Ph.D., Jungia
n Analyst and Author

“... the sort of book that offers its readers new eyes. Vaughan-Lee’s profound yet easily accessible
exposition of the Divine Feminine will appeal to anyone who yearns for greater wholeness in life.
A beautiful formula for the healing of a world which has developed masculine principle
competency to the point of self extinction.”
Rachel Naomi Remen, Ph.D., author Kitchen Table Wisdom and
My Grandfather’s Blessings, Clinical Professor, Family and Community Medicine
UCSF School of Medicine and Founder & Director Institute
for the Study of Health and Illness at Commonweal

$14.95 US · 264 pages · paperback · ISBN: 978-1-890350-14-7
Contains Glossary, Index, Notes, and Bibliography