About The Adorata Teachings
The Adorata teachings are expressed in four specific areas of study and practice:
- The Sixteen Divine Virtues of the Path of Enlovement
- The Harmonizing of the Inner Male and the Inner Female
- The Descent and Enlovement Process
- The Attainment of Sacred Union within
The Adorata teachings, practices, and powerful methodologies shift our aspirations from the transcendence of Enlightenment to the grounded embodiment of Enlovement, embracing our existence on earth as sacred and finding God in matter as Divine Mother, just as we have traditionally found God in spirit as Divine Father. Instead of ascending and leaving behind the physical world and the limitations of our humanity, the spirituality of Adorata teaches us to descend into the deepest layers of our being and courageously transform the aspects of our psyche that are locked in regressed stages of development and have contracted away from love. The spiritual journey of Adorata is not reaching toward the light, but toward the embodiment of love. As our organism is empowered to receive, sustain, and radiate an ever-greater flow of divine love, we transform ourselves and the world in which we live.
This spirituality of embodied love is attained through potent and precise practices of harmonizing and aligning the two fundamental aspects of our nature: the inner male and the inner female. This harmonious collaboration opens us to directly connect with the innermost Divine Presence of God within us, the Source of Infinite Love, which overflows through us, expressing our divine nature here on this earth and in the course of our physical life. This profound spiritual path is revealed in the book of sacred teachings, Adorata: The Path of Enlovement, which outlines progressive stages of the embodying love through the contemplation and practice of sixteen Divine Virtues.
Even though the Adorata Path of Enlovement—a revelation from Divine Mother that explores our journey to the God within—is a modality of feminine spirituality, the Adorata teachings fully honor the masculine principle as indispensable and equally important to the feminine.