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Queen of the Night: Rediscovering the Celtic Moon
by Sharynne MacLeod MicMhacha
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Queen of the Night helps readers understand
the role and power of the moon in the ancient religions, folklore, and
mythology of Ireland and the British isles and then discover how to tap
that power in their daily lives.
Queen of the Night is a journey into the world of Celtic cosmology, shamanism, and sacred animals, as well as Celtic language, art, and culture, to discover the power and centrality of the moon. Since the earliest times, from stone circles and passage graves to the rites and customs of Druids, the moon has been the symbol of the Goddess and has played a crucial role in worship and celebration.
The Moonlit Path: Reflections on the Dark Feminine
edited by Fred Gustafson
|The Moonlit Path is an anthology of writing by figures from throughout the spiritual world on the dark feminine. Known variously as Lilith, Kali, the Black Madonna, Morrigan, Guadalupe, and Tara, the dark feminine appears in many cultures and throughout the ages. “It is only by embracing her,” writes Murray Stein in his preface, “that we can learn intelligent tolerance of paradox, tough-minded respect for important differences, and compassion for the alien other in our midst.”|
Urgent Message from Mother - Gather the Women, Save
by Jean Shinoda Bolen
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|Urgent Message from Mother offers a unique combination of visionary thinking and practical how-to and is Jean Shinoda Bolen’s most activist work to-date. Written in a lyrical language that inspires, this book seeks to galvanize the still untapped power of women coming together to change our world.|
Women Who Run With the Wolves: Contacting the Power
of the Wild Woman
by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
This is the new Rider 100 edition.
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tales and dream symbols are called on to help restore women's neglected
intuitive and instinctive abilities in this earthy first book by a
Jungian analyst. According to Estes, wolves and women share a psychic
bond in their fierceness, grace and devotion to mate and community. This
comparison defines the archetype of the Wild Woman, a female in touch
with her primitive side and able to rely on gut feelings to make
choices. The tales here, from various cultures, are not necessarily
about wolves; instead, they illuminate fresh perspectives on
relationships, self-image, even addiction. An African tale of twins who
baffle a man represents the dual nature of woman; from the Middle East,
a story about a threadbare but secretly magic carpet shows society's
failure to look beyond appearances. Three brief, ribald stories advocate
a playful, open sexuality; other examples suggest ways to deal with
anger and jealousy.
AN ABSOLUTE CLASSIC
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