Gnostic spirituality is about revelation in the body, receiving mystery teachings and initiation through the Self, guided by Spirit. A process called somatic witnessing results in deeper gnosis being known.
Feminine Gnosticism is revelation as it relates to the Divine Feminine and the female body. The Self experiences eternality, the state of eternity, from the perspective of the Feminine Being, Potency, and Power, which is not at all a limiting perspective, but actually, by its very nature, a deeply expansive one. For to understand the Feminine is to understand the heart and womb of God itself, which expands infinitely in the creative state. What we know about the human womb is that it is expansive by nature. It has the ability to expand as life within it grows. Such is the nature of Feminine gnosis. The more our understanding of Femininity grows, the more the container expands for our enlightenment, revelation in the body, and thus, embodiment. It is an ever-expanding process that takes us into Infinity.
Gnostic Femininity is a revelation in the body and its experience is known through the rites of passage of womanhood, where we are initiated into deeper states of Feminine consciousness and understanding through our biology and natural walking of life. It is also more deeply revealed to us when we utilize somatic tools such as meditation, yoga, embodiment practices, and somatic experiencing (witnessing the movements of ourselves internally and the felt sense within the body).
I deeply believe that this is a birthright for all of womankind and that if women and girls could understand this birthright, they would never abandon themselves, but rather they would know the sacredness of their body and the intrinsic value of their womanhood.* Femininity would be celebrated, not for makeup and beauty products and being outwardly petite, dainty, and feminine appearing, but for embodying a deep and potent inner truth; the internal potency that is the deep mystery of the Feminine and how she is expressing individually within each of us identifying with Her. It's about, simply, our intrinsic beingness and walking our passage through life in our body.
If this interests you, then I invite you to dive deeper into my body of work (books and writing).
*This is not meant to negate the experience of LGBTQ persons, but is speaking to the difficulties girls face in identifying with their biological experience while walking their maturation process and how they feel in relation to the world around them.