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Goddess has been worshipped around the world since ancient times. With her many faces and names she has added richness and balance to human lives. She resides deep within all of us.

Let us take a journey with Goddess through the seasons...spring, summer, autumn and winter, and meet some of her many faces. Allow yourself to be guided by her on your journey and become one with Goddess and the seasons.

Tara, the mother Goddess of Tibet and India fills us up with spring. She prays for the relief of human suffering. She is the fire that calls new life into being. She surrounds us with love, strength and kindness.

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In summer nature is blossoming and blooming. Summer is also the season of the longest day.

In ancient Egypt the Goddess Isis was known as the source of all lfe. She is the mother of the Sun God Horus. Isis brought much wisdom, knowledge and culture to her people. She renews you with enthusiasm and vitality. She helps you see and make your life the way you want it to be.


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When the people of Africa were enslaved and brought to the Caribbean Islands and South America, they held on to their love of Yemeya, Goddess of the Sea, Womb of Creation. She kept their spirits alive in the horrible conditions of slavery. In music, celebration, ritual and song, Yemeya lives in the hearts of the people.

From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Yemaya gives healing and hope in despair. Allow yourself to be touched by the healing energy of the beloved Goddess Yemaya. She will comfort you and make you feel good about yourself.


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The length of the days begins to decline and so does the sun's energy. It is time to interpret and clarify what we have gathered in summer.

Kuan Yin is the Chinese Goddess of Compassion.
Kuan means Earth and Yin is the female life force.
Kuan Yin has strength which is embraced by softness. Call on Kuan Yin to practice compassion, this will send healing energy throughout your body.


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Medicine Woman

Me- means the magical power of fate, healing magic and medicine.

Women were the first midwives and shamans, welcoming the newly arrived and preparing sacred rituals for the departed. The Medicine Woman holds the Moon in her hands. She trusts Divine Timing. She knows that all things that once were will be again.
From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Connect with your dreams, fantasies and forgotten feelings, they will provide you with healing insight and allow you to emerge refreshed and rested. Listen to messages and signals from your soul.


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In the quiet of the winter landscape the sun's rays gain strength day by day and the days become longer awakening the seeds that sprout in Spring.

Brigit is the Celtic Goddess of poetry, medicine and inspiration. She has divine powers of creation and transformation.
Light a candle to Brigit. She will fill your body with a warm, tingling sensation. Share your concerns and worries with her. Allow her to guide you and fill your life with joyous surprises.


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The Goddess Freya brought light to the people of northern Europe. She gave them the heat of the forge and the fire of sexual love. She also taught divination to the holy Volva ,female prophets who did extatic dances and offered glimpses into the future. Her essence was about sexual love.
From: The Book of Goddesses by Nancy Blair

Ask Freya to guide you about love and relationship. She will guide your loving way.


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Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli

Dear Inda, thank you for this inspiring thread about Goddesses .... so very fascinating. And I just could not resist thinking of the Goddess of Love Venus, the Roman name for the Greek Goddess Aphrodite.

"Venus The Roman Goddess Of Love,
also known as Aphrodite in Greek Mythology.
Venus was born of the Sea and the Sky. She was honored as the Mother of the Roman people.
Julius Caesar was said to have linked his lineage to Venus.
Her mortal born son was Aeneas. Aeneas was the founder of the
great city of Rome. There are still shrines to Venus
existing in the Mediterranean Region to this day.
Each year the city of Venice, named for Venus, celebrates the
marriage of their city to Venus.
Venus serves as inspiration to many great works of art,
including the statue of Venus De Milo in the Louvre and the
great painting The Birth of Venus, by Botticelli.
It is the Goddess Venus who inspires people to love one another
and to celebrate the rites of Marriage.
She is also associated with the rites of Spring and Fertility.
Though there are many other great Goddesses associated with
Love, Venus reigns as the supreme Goddess Of Love.
With her exquisite features and pleasant smile she attracted many suitors, gods and mortals alike.
However, she was married to the graceless and lame Vulcan, the god of fire. Her true love was Mars , the god of war. Their child was the beautiful goddess Harmonia.
One day while Venus and Mars were together they were caught in an invisible but strong net forged by Vulcan, and exposed to the ridicule and laughter of the other gods at Mt. Olympus."

Love to all. Margherita Smile


I’m open to love
my heart invites you to dance
come share my delight

senryu by Margherita
Thank you everyone for your kind replies.

Dear Margherita, I really enjoy reading the story about Venus; how could we possibly leave out the Goddess of Love? Love2
The painting by Botticelli is one of my favourites. Thank you for posting this beautiful reply.

May the Goddess of Bliss embrace you all


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These are all so beautiful!

Such interesting information. I suppose the Greeks weren't incestuous like the Egyptians!

You are ALL Goddesses. This is great. May the blessings be. Lovebeams, Teo Angel2 Angel2

"Truth is fragile, as glass, but it can shine for all time!" - Use Art To Say Something

Mind your wants, because somebody wants your mind! - George Clinton.

Forgive my thinking I have something valuable to say to you, I just love you so much...
Thank you Lilie,
She is so beautiful.

Here is the detail from a Balinese sculpture in wood. Displayed at the Koninklijk Institut voor de Troopen in Amsterdam.

The small figure of a goddess in the pose of a dancing girl and the monster. Her beauty shines to the stars, making them glitter and sparkle. She puts a magic touch into the universe.


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Thank you Lilie.
Kuan Yin is also very beautiful.

Beloves Sarasvasti is the Hindu Goddess of learning. Her four arms representing her all-pervasiveness, hold the Vina, symbolizing the cultivation of fine arts, the Book symbolizing knowledge,and the Rosary symbolizing the science of yoga, meditation,japa, and mantra.


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Thank you dear Margherita, and yoko.

I like this thread as well.
Everyone has added a touch of grace and beauty.

Love, Inda

"Hail Mary, Full of Grace, the Lord is with Thee,
Blessed are Thou, Amongst Women,
And Blessed in the Fruit of thy Womb, Jesus;...

From - The Hail Mary Prayer, Roman Catholic Church
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