Awakened Woman is an online journal of woman's spirituality. Visit the website to read articles, letters and events that celebrate the power of women to change the world.

Bay Area Women in Black are Jewish feminists and allies who stand in solidarity with Women in Black in Israel.  Israeli women have held vigils weekly since 1988 to protest the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem and to mourn the Israeli and Palestinian lives that have been lost.

Corey Fischer, China's husband, is an actor, writer, director and co-founder of Traveling Jewish Theatre

Janet McKenzie is a Vermont artist who pays homage to the feminine figure through sacred and secular imagery. Ms. McKenzie's paintings depict an inner strength that often challenge and comfort the viewer. You can view two of her works on the sacred images page under the contemporary images section.

Joe Goodwin is a painter whose work has been deeply influenced by Jung.  He has graciously offered to donate the proceeds from sales of selected works to IOD

MoveOn is working to bring ordinary people back into politics. With a system that today revolves around big money and big media, most citizens are left out. MoveOn is a catalyst for a new kind of grassroots involvement, supporting busy but concerned citizens in finding their political voice.

Marin Services for Women is committed to advancing community health by providing chemical dependency recovery services for women and their families. MSW’s philosophy links recovery from addiction with relational, social and economic empowerment. We are dedicated to meeting the community’s need to understand the nature, treatment and prevention of chemical dependency.

Circle of Life was founded in 1999 by Julia Butterfly Hill and activates people through education, inspiration and connection to live in a way that honors the diversity and interdependence of all life. China Galland is part of Julia's Advisory Circle.

 

Images of Divinity
20 Sunnyside Ave, Suite A
Mill Valley, CA
94941

 

Being Bodies, Buddhist Women on the Paradox of Embodiment Edited by Lenore Freidman and Susan Moon, Shambala 1998.  This link will take you to Shambala's wonderful site.

Code Pink actively proclaims women’s opposition to the war in Iraq, models peaceful dissent

and is committed to a sustainable future.

Collective Heritage Institute (CHI) seeks to cultivate both a material and a spiritual basis for their ongoing conservation through practical and visionary solutions. CHI projects include: the Bioneers Conference, Voices of the Bioneers, The Bioneers Fund, and the
Restorative Development Initiative.

Don Hanlon Johnson's Web Site is a thought-provoking resource for somatics, phenomenology and bodywork.

Nina Wise is a one-of-a-kind performer and writer who has pioneered a form of body-based, autobiographical improvisation that is a powerful tool for self inquiry and transformation. Her performances and workshoips are not to be missed!

New York Open Center, an important resource.  China often presents there.

Serpentina: Women Centered Research for Everybody.

Singing for Peace, a group of people who gather at BART stations to sing for peace. we sing songs by Woody Gutherie, Bob Dylan,John Lennon and other song writers as well as folk songs, spirituals, etc. The group is organized and led by Betsy Rose. Anyone is welcome to come and sing and bring instruments.

Southern Poverty Law Center fights racism and teaches tolerance.

Southern Truth &  Reconciliation, S.T.A.R. works with local leaders to seek justice and reconciliation for human rights violations and supports similar initiatives on all historic and systemic injustices.

Spitfire Tour is a free speech tour of musicians, actors & activists speaking out on global affairs. Created in part by human rights advocate Zack De la Rocha (Rage Against The Machine), Spitfire tours to college campuses each year, primarily in the Fall.

Sukhasiddhi Foundation provides a vehicle for the teaching and practice of Vajrayana Buddhism in the West, emphasizing the attainment of enlightenment through the Vajrayana's preliminary, development, and completion meditation practices.

UnReasonable Women, founded at the 2002 Bioneers conference, the founding group has prompted women all over the country to form local UnRW groups that engage in creative ways to have their voices be heard.