Now you can find more meaning and joy in your life, journey inward, find the divine, and become transformed, when you read The Goddess Path by Patricia Monaghan.
The Goddess Path can be your guide to speed you on your spiritual quest. Think of this book as a signpost on your spiritual travels, designed to help you nurture your own connection to the goddess and share in her boundless wisdom. Call her into your life with beautiful and ancient invocations. Create your own rituals to honor the lessons she has to teach. As you ponder life-changing questions and venture on brave new experiments, you fan the divine spark into flameand, in that fire, you are transformed.
The Goddess Path includes myths, symbols, feast days, ancient invocations, and suggestions for connecting with the following goddesses for these purposes and more:
·Amaterasu for clarity
·Aphrodite for passion
·Artemis for protection
·Athena for strength
·Brigid for survival
·The Cailleach for power
·Demeter and Persephone for initiation
·Gaia for abundance
·Hathor for affection
·Hera for dignity
·Inanna for inner strength
·Isis for restorative love
·Kali for freedom
·Kuan-Yin for mercy
·The Maenads for ecstasy
·The Muses for inspiration
·Oshun for healing love
·Paivatar for release
·Pomona for joy
·Asule and Saules Meita for family health
Monaghan, a faculty member at DePaul University, is a leader of the contemporary goddess movement. In The Goddess Path, she presents a means to work with the goddess, using ancient and modern techniques that will thrill and amaze you. For new levels of peace, joy, and increased closeness to the Divine, get The Goddess Path.
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