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Women's Rites, Women's Mysteries
Women's Rites, Women's Mysteries
Intuitive Ritual Creation

By: Ruth Barrett
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738709246
English  |  360 pages | 8 x 9 x 1 IN
Pub Date: March 2007
Price: $21.99 US
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Contents
Acknowledgments . . . xiii

Dedication and Invocation . . . xv

Introduction . . . xvii

1. The Power of Women’s Ritual, 1
2. Rituals in the Belly of the Beast, 23
3. Developing the Purpose, 45
4. Developing the Theme, 57
5. The Ritual Altar, 77
6. Energetics for Ritual, 99
7. Structuring a Perception, 117
8. The Art of Invocation, 147
9. The Year Is a Dancing Woman, 177
10. Facilitation as Spiritual Service, 211
11. Visioning New Rituals, 231
12. Every Ritual Is a Teacher, 251
13. The Priestess, 263

Appendix A: Goddess-Centered Religion and the
Dianic Tradition . . . 287

Appendix B: Defining the Dianic Wiccan Tradition . . . 305

Bibliography and Resources . . . 313

Index . . . 321




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