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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is raising money in order to buy a bison for their own collection of animals?
2. What is the name of the art exhibition that Sue goes to where she encounters a picture of Sappho?
3. Sister Kathleen embraces the _______ spirituality of Matthew Fox and honors feminine and Native American spiritual beliefs.
4. Sue wonders why she is uncomfortable with writing the word __________ when she attempts to do so.
5. Crete is one of the last places on Earth where the Great ___________ still flourishes, so Sue visits this place.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sue plant in her backyard in order to create a space for being with the Divine Feminine?
2. While she plans many rituals, Sue does not realize that these rituals serve a purpose in her journey? What do these rituals do?
3. What does Sue long for in her own marriage at this point of her journey to the Sacred Feminine?
4. What does Sue do on her last retreats at Springbank, in order to pass on her lessons to others?
5. What are some of the things which can achieved by internalizing the Divine Feminine, according to the book?
6. What does Sue see in a magazine as the plane is beginning to descend from the sky and she wishes she could disappear into that image?
7. What does Maya Angelou say in an interview which makes Sue begin to understand empowerment?
8. What does Sue believe is happening to the new girl-child who has been birthed by her awakening?
9. What does Sue begin to do in September to further push her journey into the Sacred Feminine?
10. Why does Sue begin to realize that attachment to the confining patriarchal world must die?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Sue feels that she needs to have a sort of turning point in which she realizes she can not go back to the way she was.
Part 1: Why do you think this sort of turning point is essential in one's spiritual journey?
Part 2: What might have happened if Sue had not had this turning point in her life?
Part 3: Do you feel that you have had to reach certain turning points in order to change your own life?
Essay Topic 2
In life, women are seen as the caretakers of men, committed to making sure everyone else is okay.
Part 1: Why do you think women are the ones who are typically the caretakers?
Part 2: Do you think that men can be caretakers of others?
Part 3: How is it damaging to be a caretaker of others?
Essay Topic 3
Sue realizes that women are conditioned to turn to men for solutions and for insight into their troubles.
Part 1: What is wrong with turning to someone else when you have a problem?
Part 2: Why are women told to turn to men in order to help them when they are troubled?
Part 3: What part do men play in this relationship of women turning to men for help? How do they support this dependent relationship?
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