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Talking to Goddess
Blessings, invocations, chants, prayers, oriki and discussions with Spirit from 72 women in 25 different spiritual traditions around the world:
What people are saying about Talking to Goddess…
“Talking to Goddess is a cacophony of whispers, prayers, and sweet sound vibrations reflecting the many ways everyday women can communicate with the divine essence of nature…” – Chief Luisah Teish, author of Jambalaya and Carnival of the Spirits https://www.yeyeluisahteish.com
“This cornucopia of blessings and chants is both an excellent resource for use in rituals and a powerful introduction to the many faces of Goddess.” – Dr. Judith Plaskow, Professor Emeritus, Manhattan College, Religious Studies and author, Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective https://lgbtqreligiousarchives.org/profiles/judith-plaskow
“I feel such a sense of centering calm and power reading through the prayer poems.” – Mary Beth Moser, author, Honoring Darkness: Exploring the Power of Black Madonnas in Italy – http://ancestralconnections.net/publications/
“It was the highlight of my day to see all these wise words lighting up the pages… An inspiring collection!” – Nane Ariadne Jordan, mother, scholar, birth attendant, artist, educator and author, Placenta Wit: Mothers Stories, Rituals and Research, Vancouver, British Columbia http://demeterpress.org/books/placenta-wit-mother-stories-rituals-and-research/
Lilith’s Fire – Reclaiming our Sacred Lifeforce,
by Deborah (D’vorah) Grenn
In Lilith’s Fire, Grenn examines why and how modern women are still demonized-identified as “bad” for actions perceived as reasonable for men, through techniques used for thousands of years-and how women have started to reverse this tendency by redefining right and wrong. Demonization, she notes, has been effective: controlling, manipulating and dividing women to keep them powerless, pitting Lilith against Eve, “good girl” against “bad girl”; and as a means of keeping one group, religion or idea dominant over another.
Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses
by Anne Key & Candace Kant
[Includes D’vorah Grenn’s article on claiming the title Kohenet: “Kohanot: Keepers of the Flame”]