Levels of Women Empowerment — SacredCircleforWomen

A common feminist refrain  “We don’t need anybody to give us power. It was always ours. Just eliminate the roadblocks.” True that! But are there still some women on the fringes who are not aware of what they can do or create? I use the word ‘some’, because I suspect the number is more than […]Levels … Continue reading Levels of Women Empowerment — SacredCircleforWomen

What is the status of women in society? — SacredCircleforWomen

My regular readers know that I usually write uplifting posts, meant to inspire people and to give them hope. But the recent events in my country Pakistan have made me write this post.  If you’re from Pakistan, you probably are aware of the recent wave of crimes against women in my country. If you aren’t, these incidents […]What … Continue reading What is the status of women in society? — SacredCircleforWomen

Seen, but not heard — SacredCircleforWomen

Fiery Females – Seen, but not HEARD I was attending a party hosted by the President of the company my husband worked in, for all newly married couples of the year. Conversation veered around to blood donations, and he mentioned that Blood Group O is the universal receiver. I gently corrected him to say that […]Seen, … Continue reading Seen, but not heard — SacredCircleforWomen

Wise Wednesdays – Women on a Mission — SacredCircleforWomen

https://www.youtube.com/embed/LPmV_poY4R4?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent Don’t underestimate the power behind a gentle exterior 🙂 Author: Reena Saxena Like and follow us on social mediaWise Wednesdays – Women on a Mission — SacredCircleforWomen

Women in the WorkPlace – What they Want — SacredCircleforWomen

I remember attending a women’s conference organised by a trade union long back. They were scouting around for new members, and saw this as a ‘en bloc’ target market. The question was raised, “What do Women Want?” Unfortunately, answers revolved around a demand for various concessions, in view of their dual role as bread-earners and […]Women … Continue reading Women in the WorkPlace – What they Want — SacredCircleforWomen

BOOK REVIEW – You are the Queen of your Kingdom — SacredCircleforWomen

As Dorrit Karlsen says in her promos, she is learning how to brag. And we at Fiery Females are bragging too.  Dorrit Karlsen happens to be the co-founder of Fiery Females and a Leadership by Heart Coach. Fiery Females is fiercely proud of Dorrit Karlsen. Now, about the book. Dorrit Karlsen emerged into queendom after […]BOOK … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – You are the Queen of your Kingdom — SacredCircleforWomen

How safe are workplaces for women? — SacredCircleforWomen

A recent court judgement gave a clean chit to a celebrity accused in a rape case. The grounds used to justify the clean chit are disturbing, to say the least. Indians may recall Tarun Tejpal as the sensational journalist who made a place for himself and his company Tehelka, with his sting operations in 2000. […]How … Continue reading How safe are workplaces for women? — SacredCircleforWomen

Fiery Females – a new international initiative

Fiery Females Logo Happy to announce a new international initiative - Fiery Females We are the Fab Five Ladies are invited to follow the blog https://sacredcircleforwomen.wordpress.com/ Find us on social media https://linktr.ee/fiercefemales2021

What happened to Shupnakha

This is about three women from the epic Ramayan - Sita who has to walk through fire to prove her purity. Yet, she is banished to the forest a few years later with her sons, for an aspersion cast on her character by a washerman. Valmiki's Ramayan is written during her anonymous stay in the … Continue reading What happened to Shupnakha

Woman – her journey

PROMPT Twisted out of shape to please others, she did not recognize herself. When she rose on her feet, with straight shoulders and looked in the eyes of the world – the world did not recognize her. She has shed the burden of imposed expectations, but needs to carve out a fresh identity. Will a … Continue reading Woman – her journey