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When I first read the description of Sacred Retreat, I thought it would share techniques for connecting to the cycles of nature.
Womb Awakening by Azra and Seren Bertrando offers a profound shift in how to view cosmology, the body, and spiritual traditions.
Revelations of the Aquarian Age was the best book that I have read in years, delving deeper into the mysteries hidden in the Catholicism.
The Magdalene is the second book in Lars Muhl’s O Manuscript trilogy, which seeks to uncover the truth about Mary Magdalene.
When I first walked into Danielle Dulsky’s yoga studio for Wolf-Woman Autumn Camp, I knew I was in for some serious magick. The studio was welcoming and inclusive, with women from all over the country joined together for a day of connecting with the Dark Goddess. We began the day with a sacred cocoa ceremony to invoke Kali. This was followed by a moving meditation with yoga to channel the fury of Lilith, and the day concluded with Danielle leading us through past-life regressions, which to this day have held a marked impact on my psyche.
Pursuing my relationship with the Goddess allows my mother to become more human. She no longer needs to stand in the place of the divine.
The Goddess in America seeks to illumine how Goddess-affirming people in this “melting pot of nations” have come into relationship with Her.
The gender binary in sacred space is used as a way to represent the duality of nature but it can push people away. It's time we moved past it.
Magic and the Power of the Goddess is Gareth Knight's exploration of the goddess archetype as she appears in the Western Mystery Tradition and literature