What is particularly striking about this book, is its expansive and inclusive nature.
Most people are familiar with Greek and Roman Goddesses. I recall learning about them in junior high school with the caveat that these were mythological beings. Growing up in a Judeo-Christian culture; that was to be expected. Loar opens the door and invites in a plethora of Sacred Feminine beings. She hails from Micronesia and is of the sea.
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There are Goddesses profiled, one for each day of the year and a bonus: At the top of each page is a descriptive quality and at the bottom is an inspiring affirmation. Another unique component to the structure of the book is that Loar connects the Goddesses with the 12 zodiac signs. For example, if you are struggling to attain a goal, call on the Nepalese goddess Chomolungma, as the sherpas climbing Mount Everest have done for generations.
An essential book for your spiritual or metaphysical library or for those seeking to increase their own awareness and invocation of their true goddess selves. Shopping Cart is Empty. Customers who bought this product also purchased Smudging and Blessings Book.
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