Welcome to This Sacred Life.
Every month I share transformational conversations with women who have learned to walk in beauty, with the strength, courage, and pleasure of reclaiming their feminine sovereignty. Women all over the world are rising up to have their voices heard and I invite you to join us in the conversation.
Today it' my honor to introduce you to Lisbeth Cheever-Gessaman. We’ll discuss the beauty of soulful and sacred living, coming to the surface after a dark night of the soul and Lisbeth’s deeply creative and spiritual life.
Lisbeth is the artist and illustrator of "The Sutras of Unspeakable Joy”, "The Divine Feminine Oracle" and the upcoming "Spellcasting Oracle". Her work and vision focus on expressions of the noumena, synthesizing technology with esotericism to interpret anew the mythos and archetype of the Divine Feminine and the alchemical transformation of the soul.
She creates all work under the pseudonym "SheWhoIsArt".
Before our call, I drew a card from the Divine Feminine Oracle that Lisbeth illustrated and Joan of Arc - Warrior of Light jumped out of the deck with the message, “I have a steel like faith in myself. The Angles armor me with conviction.”
We discuss why Joan of Arc wanted to get our attention today? She represents the power that we all possess when we’re aligned with our calling. In my opinion, Lisbeth is a role model for being in alignment.
- Lisbeth is a believer in the holy juice and the radiant, transformative mystery, and that our passion and desire is what ultimately transforms this world.
- Lisbeth shares what lead her to this place of creativity, grace, and spaciousness
- You recently experienced a dark night of the soul. What Lisbeth learned after coming back from her descent.
- We learn how she choreographs your sacred and creative life.
Lisbeth's art is a virtual celebration and creative expression of all that is sacred in her world.
Visit Lisbeth’s website to at shewhoisart.com to learn more about her sacred offerings.
The Divine Feminine Oracle by Meggan Watterson and illustrated by Lisbeth Cheever-Gessaman