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365 Goddess: A Daily Guide To the Magic and Inspiration of the goddess par [Telesco, Patricia]
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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

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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.

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55 internautes sur 61 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Daily Meditation/Prayer Book 17 octobre 2001
Par Michelle L. Carr - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I consider myself to be a Christian woman but I believe in the female (as well as the male) divine. I have always had daily prayer time when I also read from scripture. I initially ordered this book because it is a requirement for a class I am taking. What a gem this book is! The daily meditations can be followed by date or you can let God/Goddess lead you. Not only do you learn about a different Goddess each day but you learn about a corresponding world holiday/observance. There are also mini-rituals (not weird at all) that you can do if you please. For example the suggestions for the Goddess that I read about today were to give food to a local pantry and/or sprinkle grain around your home for the birds to lift up your thoughts and prayers to the female divine. If you are a Christian and have felt drawn to learn about the feminine/female divine but are afraid to, this is a great book to start with. Nothing threatening at all. Give it a try.
20 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 What a joy! Imbues each day with magic and meaning. 4 février 1999
Par Lisa Mason - Publié sur
Format: Broché
In a world where our dreams and culture are shaped by Big Money interests, what a joy to rediscover and reaffirm the rich cultural diversity of our planet and the pervasiveness of the goddess throughout the world. The small daily rituals that anyone may perform lend magic and meaning to each day. I look forward in the morning to which goddess comes next (and haven't cheated by looking ahead yet!) A brilliant concept, Ms. Telesco, wonderfully executed and fascinating. More icing on an already nourishing cosmic cake? If you publish another edition and your publisher gives you more page space, please include an illustration or symbol of each goddess.
34 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Embarrassing 30 janvier 2008
Par bleach - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The information in this book is so wrong that it is an embarrassing read. I will write example to clarify this.

The goddess of the day 13 december is Lucina: "It is very likely that this swedish goddess was the prototype for Saint Lucy." It goes on to tell how we in sweden begins the day by lighting a candle to represent the goddess's presence. Lucina is a roman goddess. And we do have celebrations on this day, but the reason for this is that in the old calander winter solstice were on 13 december. On the rest of the scandinavian days

Idun is said to be born of flowers.

Dag, May 14 is actually not a goddess at all but a god.

July 29 Here we meet goddess Voluspa: "This Nordic goddess was born before all things, with the knowledge of all time within her." Voluspa is no goddess but the first poem in the poetic Edda, and simply means the prophecy of the seeress in old icelandic.

Norse patheon is what I know best, hence this examples. However I think the rest of her information is inaccurate as well and the "lesson" about Blodeuwedd very disturbing as a feminist.

The book is also very shallow, the information about the cultures and goddesses one or two sentences. The "last words" in the book stating that "Every atttempt has been made to put the holidays and celebrations throughout these pages into their proper cultural context and honoring them in that setting." Doesn't exactly ring true to me.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Explore the Many Faces of the Divine Feminine 12 décembre 2005
Par Janet Boyer - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"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.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 no so great 24 juillet 2000
Par Beth Rippen - Publié sur
Format: Broché
it would be a MUCH better reference if telesco had consistently put the religion associated with the goddesses. there is not much info about the goddess, and she occasionally forgets to give us even the most basic of background on the goddess of the day. she lists catholic saints as goddesses. she used the greek goddess callisto for a korean holiday. there are some goddess descriptions i have found to be... inaccurate (nice way to say it...) upon further research. all in all, kind of a waste of money.
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