Feminine Weapon is the shared identity of a woman who desires to receive for the sake of sharing – like a goddess; a warrior; she’s a complete feminine-being.
What nearly began as a movement in New York City during the summer of 2012 has inspired women to unite through spirituality, music, passion and art. Men are moved too. They show up with the intention of making women happy.
Currently, this day – January 30th – is Feminine Weapon’s peak expression. Although our existence was confirmed in Holy Matrimony, our future, like yours, is ever-evolving.
Teamwork makes the dreamwork.
I AM FEMININE WEAPON
2014 exhibit ignited the Feminine Weapon within us. Photographer Manuela Rana captured our expression of this in venues all throughout New York City. See More →
Sleep is were we spend nearly a third of our lives. But when it comes to sleeping, well established to be as important as exercising and eating right, the story is much different as our pride was once getting turned upside down. Ambitions are high in NYC. Here we give love and release shame once felt by sleeping "too much." Photographer Manuela Rana captured our deep Zzzzz's. See More →
We are each part of the whole, yet we bring our own brand of uniqueness to the other and the world around us.
Human Design uses your birth data to calculate your rave chart, also known as your Bodygraph. This is based on the science of Neutrinos, tiny particles that carry mass and information and which determine your unique imprinting.
The Human Design System is a synthesis of two streams of science, traditional and modern. The traditional Sciences: Astrology, the Chakra system, the Kabbalah and most importantly, the I’Ching, the Book of Changes. Combined with the modern science of reading the genetic code, this offers you a profound insight into how you are designed to navigate the material world.
#HerDesign features a variety of women who are living as Feminine Weapon. Photographed to magnify the beauty and uniqueness of each woman, their one of a kind Bodygraphs overlay images highlighting their Human Design. See More →
**Photographer: Ian Bailey. Producer: Nick Nakahara. Graphic Designer: Hila Schurr.**