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by Patricia Telesco
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New Age & Spirituality
  • Author:
    Patricia Telesco
  • ISBN:
    0062515683
  • ISBN13:
    978-0062515681
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  • Publisher:
    HarperOne; 1st edition (October 21, 1998)
  • Pages:
    432 pages
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    New Age & Spirituality
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In 365 Goddess, author Patricia Telesco has amassed historical, thematic, and symbolic information in the form of a daily devotional. Spanning worldwide cultures and holidays, each day of the year is devoted to a particular goddess.

In 365 Goddess, author Patricia Telesco has amassed historical, thematic, and symbolic information in the form of a daily devotional. Holidays, festivals, and feasts are also noted and the author correlates these with attributes of particular goddesses.

Bring life-affirming magic and empowerment into every day of your life with this unique and useful guide to the goddess. Through the ages, people have celebrated the role of goddesses in maintaining the fl. Get A Copy. I enjoy using this book as a daily reminder of the many faces and energies of the Goddess. It's also interesting to read about goddesses I've never heard of, as well as learn about various cultures, holidays, and celebrations from around the world.

Goddess wisdom for every day of the yearBring life-affirming . Patricia Telesco is a practicing herbalist, metaphysical lecturer, and author of Goddess in My Pocket, 365 Goddess, and other books on dreams, divination, magick, and Wicca. Библиографические данные.

Goddess wisdom for every day of the yearBring life-affirming magic and empowerment into every day of your life with this unique and useful guide to the goddess. 365 Goddess: A Daily Guide To the Magic and Inspiration of the goddess. Harper Collins, 2010.

Goddess wisdom for every day of the year Bring life-affirming magic and empowerment into every day of your life with this unique and useful guide to the goddess

Goddess wisdom for every day of the year Bring life-affirming magic and empowerment into every day of your life with this unique and useful guide to the goddess. com User, December 12, 2005. So when you find the apathy bug biting at your heels, when you feel like your daily routine has become drab, when you yearn for a spiritual anchor to hold you firm in life's hectic storm, or when you want some real soul food, look to the Goddess and her scintillating magic for help and sustenance.

365 Goddess: A Daily Guide To the Magic and Inspiration of the goddess. 365 Goddess - Patricia Telesco. About Gamelia: Gamelia is a lucky aspect of the Greek goddess Hera, who brings good fortune (especially in love). January starts the year with a plethora of fun, frolicsome festivity. On this day of new beginnings, Gamelia extends a helping hand by teaching about the cycles in your life and how to cope with them more effectively, adding a little luck to make things easier. In ancient times, people would wash Gamelia’s statues on this day, symbolically wiping winter away.

A daily guide to the magic & inspiration of the goddess. Brand new paperback book. There is a goddess for each day of the year, as well as pages about the seasons. Let me know if you have any questions.

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365 goddess: a daily GUID e to the magic and inspi. i use this more as a reference than as a guide. it has an international flavor that is sometimes lacking in other goddess books

365 goddess: a daily GUID e to the magic and inspi. Wall Street Journal Guides. HarperCollins, HarperOne. ENG. Number of Pages. it has an international flavor that is sometimes lacking in other goddess books. every now and again i like to flip through and find something seasonal to do or serve as inspiration in my everyday life. plenilune, November 1, 2007.

Goddess wisdom for every day of the year

Bring life-affirming magic and empowerment into every day of your life with this unique and useful guide to the goddess. Through the ages, people have celebrated the role of goddesses in maintaining the fl


Manesenci
Each day I read a devotion from this most awesome book. The information given is so very important to every element of my spiritual walk. For me living as a spiritual being means to embrace spirit in every way possible, and include it in everything I do. Reading the beautifully written verses, and stories within these most ancient words is a gift like no other. I completely recommend this book, and encourage anyone especially women add this to their daily worship. If you want to get to know the Goddess in all ways, this is the way to get it done. Blessid Be to all who read.
Lbe
"So when you find the apathy bug biting at your heels, when you feel like your daily routine has become drab, when you yearn for a spiritual anchor to hold you firm in life's hectic storm, or when you want some real soul food, look to the Goddess and her scintillating magic for help and sustenance." - From the book

Like a crystal, there are many facets to the Goddess and which distinct face you see depends largely on culture and spiritual tradition. In 365 Goddess, author Patricia Telesco has amassed historical, thematic, and symbolic information in the form of a daily devotional. Spanning worldwide cultures and holidays, each day of the year is devoted to a particular goddess. Holidays, festivals, and feasts are also noted and the author correlates these with attributes of particular goddesses.

The author shares the themes, symbols, and historical/cultural influence of each goddess, as well as a section "To Do Today". These exercises or meditations are designed to highlight and reinforce the energy of a particular goddess. The author also provides an overview of each month, including metaphysical insights. For example, Telesco explains where the name "December" comes from, the lengthening of the nights and the connection to rituals of light (like Yule), and the magical focus of purification, healing, and banishment.

365 Goddess draws from many traditions, including Zoroastrian, Swedish, Lakota, Spanish, Haitian, Slavic, Afghanistani, Roman, Hopi, Polish, Cabalistic, Scandinavian, Chilean, Essene, African, Catholic, and many more.

The devotional for December 12 is dedicated to Bamya. The Persian festival of Sada falls on this day. The themes for this goddess are victory, banishing, protection, and overcoming. Light and fire are her symbols. About Bamya, Telesco writes:

"In Zoroastrian tradition, this goddess guides the sun god Mithra's vehicle through the sky. More important, as the goddess of twilight, her presence signals the beginning of today's festival."

The "To Do Today" section includes several paragraphs explaining the festival of Sada, thoughts on Bamya's counsel for the day, a candle ritual, and a prayer offered to this goddess.

Although 365 Goddess is organized according to date, it doesn't have to be used this way. Instead, you could turn to a random page for spiritual insight. Alternatively, you could consult the Topical Index in the back of the book. For example, if you're looking for a devotional or ritual dealing with the theme of change, several dates are provided. Other topics include the element of Air, Charity, Karma, Maturity, Protection, Rest, Sexuality, Wealth, and many more.

I enjoy using this book as a daily reminder of the many faces and energies of the Goddess. It's also interesting to read about goddesses I've never heard of, as well as learn about various cultures, holidays, and celebrations from around the world. 365 Goddess is a great devotional for those wanting to integrate the Divine Feminine into their lives, as well as those interested in Goddess mythology.
Arador
I don't like to see books receive negative reviews based on limited knowledge. For example, Dag IS a Scandinavian goddess:

Dag (Scandinavian) Goddess of the day; daughter of Nat, goddess of the night. Dag rides across the heavens on her horse, Skenfaxi, whose mane shines so brightly that it lights heaven and earth.

There are also several sources that claim Idun was born of flowers. Even if this is not an agreed aspect of Idun, such a minor account doesn't detract from the excerpt about her.

Regarding Voluspa, she is a goddess and it is possible that her name is another for Freyja. Her name means "gold intoxication."

The myths that surround the gods and goddesses were not intended to reflect modern feminist attitudes. It is unwise to change aspects of ancient gods because they assail the modern thinking of some.

Don't let misinformation sway you from getting this delightful book. It is not a book of ancient history or an encyclopedia of goddesses; it is book to help the reader begin each day with wonderful inspirations that will set the tone for one's day.
Andromakus
Quality as expected and it’s an amazing daily read!
Danial
This is one of those books that when you finally buy it you are not disappointed in the least. Each page speaks to you about a Goddess in an interesting way and, what's best of all, it shows you how to introduce that Goddess's lore into your daily life. For instance, today it's May 25th. This is a day about the Holy Spirit, according to this book. It says that "Holy Spirit is a female force in both Gnostic and Hebrew writings". I didn't know that, I find it interesting. I keep reading about Moses, and God's promises about "milk and honey". So there it is the tip of the day; just enjoy honey and milk, and ask Holy Spirit during meditation about promises for your life. A nice and simple experience; and thanks to this book, each day becomes unique and you live fully your spirituality. No kidding; try it.
Arcanefist
This was a fun read. It includes a Goddess for each day and what she was known for. Pretty cool.
Rolorel
not what i expected but its a good reference to different goddesses if you want a dictionary type reference book
Love this book!