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New Workshops, August 2017!

Spirit in My Life

Calling All Women Who Are Spiritual Seekers!

Are you concerned about the state of our world and wondering what this has to do with your faith?

Have you ever wondered what the “The Divine Feminine” means? Are you looking for some like-minded women who want to explore the work of Spirit in their lives?

Then this group just might be for you.

Spirit in My Life
A 4-Part Series for Women
facilitated by Linda B. Brown, Ph.D.


Space for Conscious Living is pleased to invite you to a spiritual dialogue, discussion and book study
for women who want to go further and deeper in their understanding of Spirit as a feminine force in the world today. 

Our time together will consist of readings and dialogue which will connect us with ancient as well as modern ideas of the Divine Feminine.

This special gathering is convened and facilitated by Linda Beatrice Brown, Ph.D.,
author of A Mother Knows Her Child: Poetic Meditations from Mary and six other books.

The “Spirit in My life” group will meet four times: August 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 6-8 PM

How Much?
$55.00 for the four sessions or pay what you can

Space for Conscious Living, 2012 New Garden Rd, Suite E Greensboro, NC, 27410
For more information about Space for Conscious living, please visit their website www.spaceforconsciousliving

In order for your experience to be complete, please plan to attend all 4 sessions as the material will build as we go along.
 We hope you will join us and bring your own unique feminine wisdom to this gathering!

**We would love to have you join us! Please register with call Linda at 336-707 2851
Registration is limited to 12

September 9, 2016

New Book Release:
Something of His Mother to Remember
New Poems by Linda Beatrice Brown.

These poems are a sequel to Linda’s first collection of “Mary poems,” A Mother Knows Her Child. They have been collected and published in a handcrafted book designed by Barbara B. Tazewell, sister to the author.

Of this collection, Linda says: “The more we identify with her humanity, the more we come to understand the nature of the Divine Feminine a critical necessity if we seek to heal our planet that so needs our love.”

To purchase a copy, please contact: at Two Womyn Press, 600 Sunset Ave, Asheboro, NC 27203, or email the author:



A Mother Knows Her Child: About the Poems:
In these poems, Linda Beatrice Brown has given us a dimension of Mother Mary that has not been fully explored, her very human self, her strength, sacrifice and wisdom. As women come into their own in our time, they are being met by violence and resistance at every turn. The author has given us a way to see the power of the Divine Feminine and perhaps more significantly, to take heart, and to recognize and affirm that power that is within ourselves.

From the author’s preface:
“I offer these poems and meditations to all of us, in humility and gratitude that we may see in the Mother’s face a way to heal ourselves. If you are reading this you know that we are in a time of massive change on our planet, a critical turning point for the earth and all her children. It is only through the heart that we can become who we are meant to be, that we can see ourselves as She sees us."


Words of praise from Gloria Karpinski, spiritual teacher and writer:
“This collection of poems—and I am tempted to say “these dialogues with Mary” – bring her human reality into a focus that celebrates and empathizes with her, walking with her through the harsh and sublime passages in her life. From the young girl who became the vessel for a message that would change the world to the aging Mary, Linda’s poems explore the very nature of sacrifice. As I read I was alternately in tears and awe, often at the same moment.”

Words of praise from The Rev. Canon Dr. Henry L. Atkins Jr.:
“Mary was willing to be impregnated by the word of God. The poetic and deeply prophetic words of Linda Beatrice Brown in A Mother Knows Her Child have the power to impregnate us with the word that Mary knew. Dr. Brown has offered us a profound gift.”

Linda Beatrice Brown is the author of three novels. She also writes poems, plays, short stories, and essays. She started writing at the age of 14 and her first poetry was published at the age of 19. For many years she has been a professor of African American Literature. For several years she was even a speech writer for a college president.

Her experience as a teacher inspired her to write about the Civil War period in a novel for young people. She currently holds the Willa B. Player chair in the Humanities at Bennett College for Women in Greensboro, NC.

Linda has two adult children and 6 grandchildren and lives in a 100 year old house in Greensboro, NC.