Rippling Wisdom Wand

Nice to know that our Divine feminine, creative work is far-reaching and empowering women in the heartland.

below is an email that I received last week.  Also my response, giving a brief explanation of wisdom wand creations.

Hello Tamara
My name is Kathy and I have recently discovered your wordpress blog and been following. I have come to feel moved to ceremony and ritual and have very much enjoyed your posts and would love to bring something like this to my area (southeast Iowa).
I do have a circle of Sisters that I gather with monthly but they don’t seem to have the call to work with the moon phases for our meet dates as I do, but they do enjoy learning more spiritual and esoteric topics.
I would love to offer the chance to create the wisdom wands such as what you will be creating on the March 1 full moon but I know nothing about them and when I Google them I don’t get what I believe would be anything close to what you and your circle would have in mind for them so I am asking if you would be open to sharing what you can with me about them, the who, what, why etc and then I can get busy manifesting this for my circle.
I do appreciate anything you share with me on this!! Thank you so much!!
Much love,



Hello Kathy,

Happy to hear that our Divine feminine circle is rippling to the heartland.

We coined the term “wisdom wand” for last summer’s Solstice gathering.

The premise is to infuse the wand with “I am” statements. Example I am an artist, I am a good mother, I am a gardener, I am an activist and so on and on.
Also I am grateful statements. Example, I am grateful for my husband, I am grateful for my home, I am grateful for my circle of women. Etc.

It’s a creative meditation that will end with the creation of a powerful wand infused with personal “I am” power and gratitude.

I use twigs as a base. We wrap the twigs with strips of fabric, yarn, strands of beads and feathers. Each wrap we say our I am statement and an I am grateful statement.

The ladies take their wisdom wands home and put them on their home altar and use them when divine wisdom light is needed.

Hope this description helps you lead this powerful process.

Here’s a link to your last wisdom wand making circle.

Let me know how it goes

PS. I have created two books based on the Divine feminine Goddess and women’s circle.


Tamara Trejo