Posted by: Isidora | December 9, 2018

Awakening the Feminine

I am pleased to tell you that one of my essays has been included in a new anthology curated by Karen Tate. My essay is called “The Path of Sacred Magic & the Goddess,” and those of you who know me will not not at all surprised at that.

The book as a whole is a collection of essays looking toward the future of the Goddess movement and how it can help us change our world for the better. Can we achieve the ambitious goals discussed by the authors in this book?

You can check it out here.

 

Awaken the Feminine Cover

It won’t be easy. Can we do it?

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Responses

  1. Congratulations. There is so much bashing of female centered spirituality just now. We need to get the word out in many places. If you have an article I would be happy to share it on social media.

    EE Hopman

    Ellen Evert Hopman, Herbalist and Author ᚓᚂᚂᚓᚅ ᚓᚃᚓᚏᚈ ᚆᚑ ᚋᚐᚅ (her name in Ogham) * visit her bookstore and blog * http://www.elleneverthopman.com Learn Herbalism with Ellen at The Western Massachusetts School of Herbal Studies (October to April each year) POB 219, Amherst, MA 01004. “Such is oft the course of deeds that move the wheels of the world: small hands do them because they must, while the eyes of the great are elsewhere.” – Elrond, in the Fellowship of the Ring

    • Yes, I’ll publish it here on Isiopolis in the next day or several. I’m sure some of the other authors will be doing the same. Thanks for asking!

  2. Congratulations! I am looking forward to adding this book to my collection and reading it carefully & lovingly!

  3. Yeah! Congratulations!


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