Evolutionary Feminism for Modern Flourishing

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What Does It Mean to be Recivilized?

We Recognize the Following:

Our Past

Human civilization developed through a process which, far from inevitable, was the result of many choices our species made throughout its evolutionary history.

Our Present

We recognize that our personal and collective experiences in modern life have significant deficiencies which resulted from this process.

Our Future

We believe that by looking back to our ancient, evolutionary past, we can find clues as to how to do better, “recivilizing” ourselves to achieve a state of greater human flourishing.

What is Evolutionary Feminism?

Although modern feminism has made many great strides, it has led to evaluating women and their accomplishments by the same criteria we apply to modern men.

Our ancient female ancestors, in contrast, experienced equality very differently. We seek to revalue both femininity and masculinity in the modern world as infinitely desirable in their complementary qualities.

How Do We Become Recivilized Women?

The 7 Pillars of Recivilization

Looking back to our ancient tribal past, 7 themes of life emerge through which we can reduce our modern mismatches and bring forth the joy and radiance of the Recivilized Woman.

FOOD ~ The first chakra roots us in the nourishment of our physical bodies. We follow ancestral nutritional guidelines for health and connect through shared meals and presence.

FITNESS ~ The second (sacral) chakra generates vigor and vitality through physical activity. We reconnect with our bodies and feet through exercise, dance, sex, and play.

FEELINGS & FOCUS ~ The third (solar plexus) chakra helps us exert our will in the world by where we direct our attention. We connect with our emotions, intuition, desires, and bring ourselves into greater focus amidst distractions.

FEMININITY & MASCULINITY ~ The fourth (heart) chakra is about love and cultivating the openness, trust, and compassion to connect with ourselves and with others.

FORNICATION ~ The fifth (throat) chakra is about expression. In addition to finding our voices in other ways, this pillar represents the key importance of healthy sexual expression in our lives.

FAMILY ~ The sixth (third eye) chakra connects us to the wisdom of humanity as we share with our own community and empathize with those outside it.

FAITH ~ The seventh (crown) chakra brings an understanding of our relationship to the universe: through evolution, spirituality, and outside of conventional religious dogmas.

FOOD ~ The first chakra roots us in the nourishment of our physical bodies. We follow ancestral nutritional guidelines for health and connect through shared meals and presence.

FITNESS ~ The second (sacral) chakra generates vigor and vitality through physical activity. We reconnect with our bodies and feet through exercise, dance, sex, and play.

FEELINGS & FOCUS ~ The third (solar plexus) chakra helps us exert our will in the world by where we direct our attention. We connect with our emotions, intuition, desires, and bring ourselves into greater focus amidst distractions.

FEMININITY & MASCULINITY ~ The fourth (heart) chakra is about love and cultivating the openness, trust, and compassion to connect with ourselves and with others.

FORNICATION ~ The fifth (throat) chakra is about expression. In addition to finding our voices in other ways, this pillar represents the key importance of healthy sexual expression in our lives.

FAMILY ~ The sixth (third eye) chakra connects us to the wisdom of humanity as we share with our own community and empathize with those outside it.

FAITH ~ The seventh (crown) chakra brings an understanding of our relationship to the universe: through evolution, spirituality, and outside of conventional religious dogmas.

Who Is Recivilized Woman?

Stephanie Welch

Stephanie Welch is a disruptive anthropologist, ancestral health advocate, and pioneer of Evolutionary Feminism. Since 2010, she has applied an evolutionary lens to examine and challenge many commonly held beliefs and taboos that prevent us from attaining our full human potential.

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