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Monday, 15 October 2012

Personal Perspectives on Goddesses With A Video of Love and Respect for Them

By Coralie Raia Darsey-Malloy
I have been interested in Goddesses since my younger cousin asked where Mrs. God was. I was just coming into my teens at that time and from that point on I have studied, researched and embraced the important part female Deities have played in both ancient and modern cultures and religions including Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Mayan, African, Christian, Tibetan and Buddhist affiliations.

Although Mother Mary is one of the most commonly talked about Goddesses in Christianity there are so many others that help to heal and empower our inner feminine wisdom that is within every woman and man. They work in a "hand-in-wing" way with angels and in working with them many find that their intuition is awakened.

They also clear and open the heart chakra which results in increased manifestation abilities. As we all awaken our own inner feminine power, our world becomes more balanced and it makes it easier to move away from the old patriarchal monopoly. Goddess energy also renews our appreciation and respect for Mother nature and supports the newly and highly sensitive children known as Indigo, Crystal and Rainbow Children.

From ancient times the great GODDESS appeared as the source of the three aspects of existence by being worshiped as the UNIVERSAL, OMNIPRESENT MOTHER, full of wisdom.

She knew her children well, loved them and wished one day to gather them once again to Herself, to become part of the spiritual elite who not only entered into eternal paradise, but would go the aid of those devotees who needed her power to overcome the material difficulties of this world and other planets.

With her omniscience, she sees and knows everything, visible and invisible. Her energy can penetrate everything - our past, present and future. As the wife of Vishnu, she has the power to intervene to grant our prayers and change treacherous circumstances.

Her second power is to open our consciousness. This is the hidden gift of love, the fundamental virtue of all good mothers. The goddess not only gives and shares her bountiful KNOWLEDGE, but she is also the internal guiding wisdom of our microcosm. This wisdom gives us the power to oppose the forces of evil.

Her third power is happiness.

She sees with her heart, smiles, pardons and consoles; she cures the miseries and wounds to the spirit and inspires love. She represents interior happiness, which shines forth and communicates itself to us all.
A goddess is also a woman who is in the process of learning to know, accept and love herself on all levels, Mind Body and Spirit. A woman who, because she focuses on personal growth and self awareness, experiences a life, increasingly filled with peace, love, joy, passion and fun. A woman that understands that she has unlimited capacity to make her life anything she wants. A woman who is inspired to give to those around her our of her sense of gratitude and abundance."

by Selina Fenech

I created the following video  out of my honor and respect for the feminine Godhead and I would be interested in sharing your ideas, beliefs and experiences with Goddesses.  I celebrate Goddesses and all they bring to the lives of those who open to their Divine presence.

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