Posts Tagged ‘ Goddess ’

Mirror magic for the feast day of Mary Magdalene

Jul 22nd, 2018 | By
Every Day Magic

Today is the Feast of Mary Magdalene, who is a Christian saint but is also honoured by many pagans as a symbol of the divine feminine. In the Moon Books community book Every Day Magic, Dorothy Abrams wrote this entry for today, 22 July. She also offered a suggestion for some mirror magic to help

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The Primal Mother of Life

Jul 12th, 2018 | By

  The Original Goddess   Every goddess that there has ever been owes their existence to the true essence of the Mother of Life the Babylonians called Tiamat. Each and every goddess we know today are splinters, or sparks of the original feminine power that once held the power of the Tablets of Destiny that

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A Call For Stories

Jul 8th, 2018 | By

As a child living in the Western world, I was introduced early on to two creation stories about women.  The first one came from my Christian upbringing.  In the beginning, the story goes, God created Eve, the first woman, from Adam’s body because Adam was lonely.  God also created a tree whose fruit gave knowledge

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Fire in the Green

Jun 20th, 2018 | By

She runs, dancing, leaping, never still. She leaps streams and swings herself around huge oak trees. She shimmies up a birch, shimmers, disappears only to reappear in the water rat ripple chasing minnows down the beck. She laughs like a waterfall; endless, falling, shattering silence and once you see past the ethereal beauty, dangerous and

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Aspecting the Goddess – evening talk and reading

May 23rd, 2018 | By

On the 12th June 2018, Jane Meredith will be at Atlantis Bookshop in London for an evening talk and reading of the newly released ‘Aspecting the Goddess’. The event runs from 7pm – 9.30pm. Copies of the book will be available for purchase. Tickets at the door. Atlantis Bookshop is 49a Museum Street, London, WC

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5 Ways to Nourish the Goddess Within

May 22nd, 2018 | By

These past few weeks have been filled with a series of synchronicities that have reminded me of the importance of self-care.  The first thing that happened was that after an amazing (and incredibly busy) first week back teaching, I started the long weekend feeling under the weather.  I had every intention of doing all the things

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The Nine Touchstones of Goddess Spirituality: Walk in Love and Beauty

May 11th, 2018 | By

My first exposure to the idea of walking in beauty, or of doing things in a “beautiful way,” was through my reading of Dine authors in an anthropology class on Native peoples of the American Southwest. The idea of the Beauty Way or something being “finished in beauty” is often appropriated by White folks in

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Excerpt from Aspecting the Goddess

May 6th, 2018 | By

Aspecting the Goddess is the latest title from Jane Meredith. Here’s an excerpt from the introduction…. Aspecting the Goddess explores six different techniques for developing relationship with deity. Some of these techniques are usually carried out alone whereas others often take place within ritual or with groups of people. We might call these two approaches

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Aspecting the Goddess – a new book from Jane Meredith

May 1st, 2018 | By

This May we’re publishing a fantastic new title from Jane Meredith. Aspecting the Goddess is a memoir, a workbook and an exploration of twelve different Goddess myths. Aspecting, or drawing down a Goddess, is an invitation to share our bodies and our experience with the divine feminine. Step by step, this book unfolds different levels of

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Sustainability as Spiritual Practice

Apr 26th, 2018 | By

This year, I’m focusing on building a more sustainable lifestyle by using, wasting, and buying less.  That said, I’ve actually been working on a more eco-friendly path over the past few years and have had a few revelations in the process. As someone who practices a nature-based spirituality, in particular, a cultivation of the divine

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