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Dancing is a hard master - but it learns its pupils a lot about themselves, their limitations + their attributes.

"The symbolism of the Goddess is not a parallel structure to the symbolism of God the Father. The Goddess does not rule the world. She is the world. Manifest in each of us, She can be known internally by every individual, in all her magnificent diversity." ~ Starhawk / Photography by Cristina Otero

Dānu - Hindu Goddess of Water. Danu is the primordial force of water. She is the personification of the ocean, from which all creation in the universe springs from. She produces streams and rivers to purify the earth, and bestows luck on those seeking treasure within Her depths. (text from Brandi Auset, The Goddess Guide) Domnu formorian goddess of the depths, the mother of the ancients.

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Spirit Woman, Talking Stick, Ceremonial Earth Goddess with Crystals and Shell

Meditation practice is a way of making friends with ourselves. Whether we are worthy or unworthy, that's not the point. It's developing a friendly attitude to ourselves, accepting the hidden neurosis coming through. Chogyam Trungpa

Ilazki is the Basque Goddess of the Moon. She is the daughter to Lur, the Goddess of the Earth, and sister of Eguzki, Goddess of the Sun. As the light of the night, Ilazki was believed to give light to the souls of the dead, and graves often had pictures of the moon on them. It was believed to be most favorable to die when the moon was in its first phase, so that the soul of the deceased would grow as the moon did. Ilazki’s name, means “light of the dead."