The Hive Temple


The Hive

In Hive collaboration, the Bee Divine Embodiment process is magnified through set and setting. It is housed in an experiential space created for living spirit and sacred metaphor, dedicated to the Divine Feminine. In this way the entire art installation is a part of this potent and interactive ritual theater. Everyone who enters is a participant, whether worshiper or worshipped. The Hive designs immersive creative spaces in service to self created sacred experience. We explore how art, imagination, and participation ignite deeply felt experiences within all who dare participate. We dare you to explore what may happen when you engage with these tools and direct them towards the spiritual.

Inside is a small hexagon prism with a raised dais, transparent curtains shroud it in mystery. By day, sits a statue of the Divine Woman with offerings of incense and honey mead. At night, the dais becomes the stage for those who undergo the Bee Divine Embodiment Ritual ro receive their worship. The interior is all flowing fabric, ornate altars, and original paintings dedicated to the sacred Feminine Archetype. Colors of gold, white, amber pay tribute to the bee. The structure radiates honey light, glowing and buzzing like a beehive. It evokes the soft honey and power of the sacred feminine as embodied by the collective and those who choose to participate.

Our immersive temple experiences are created through collaboration with Performing Priestesses, Artists, Healers, and Visionaries.

Meet The Hive

The Bee Divine Hive Temple

Our first interaction of Bee Divine Hive created space, is the Bee Divine Hive Temple. This Temple is a hexagon with basket like Skep woven walls. Upcycled fabric and meaningful clothes donated by women and community create a textural vessel. LED lights glow through the fabric and pulse with the sound of soft humming bees emanating from speakers both within and outside the Temple. Soft bells chimes on each corner inviting participants to ring them as they are drawn in.

Inside is a small hexagon prism with a raised dais, transparent curtains shroud it in mystery. By day, sits a statue of the Divine Woman with offerings of incense and honey mead. At night, the dais becomes the stage for those who undergo the Bee Divine Embodiment Ritual ro receive their worship. The interior is all flowing fabric, ornate altars, and original paintings dedicated to the sacred Feminine Archetype. Colors of gold, white, amber pay tribute to the bee. The structure radiates honey light, glowing and buzzing like a beehive. It evokes the soft honey and power of the sacred feminine as embodied by the collective and those who choose to participate.