Goddess Alive! by: Michelle Skye

Inviting Celtic and Norse Goddesses Into Your Life

Book Description

The changing of the seasons, phases of the moon, even our personal experiences-all are reflections of the Divine Feminine. Create a stronger connection to the sacred world and your own divinity by welcoming these thirteen powerful Celtic and Nordic goddesses into your life.

As you make your way through a transformative year, know that each goddess has a different energy and a unique lesson to teach you. Starting with the Winter Solstice, the eight seasonal Sabbats and five faces of the moon provide the guideposts along your path. Through ritual, invocation, guided meditations, and magical activities, you’ll explore each goddess’s unique mythology and discover her message for your life.

Cerridwyn ~ Welsh Goddess of Rebirth and Renewal
Brigid ~ Irish Goddess of Healing, the Forge, and Creative Inspiration
Eostre ~  Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring
Freyja ~ Norse Goddess of Love and War
Aine ~ Irish Goddess of Faeries and Fertility
Danu ~ Irish Mother Goddess of Wisdom
Modron ~ Welsh Mother Goddess of Mystery
Hella ~ Norse Goddess of the Underworld
Branwen ~ Welsh Goddess of Sovereignty
Maeve ~ Irish Goddess of Personal Power
The Valkyries ~ Norse Goddesses of Battle Magic and Soul Journey
Morrighan ~ Irish Goddess of Magic and Death

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher:Llewellyn Publications; 1St Edition edition (July 8, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738710806
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738710808

Book Review

“The Sabbats and the phases of the moon are paired with a Celtic or Norse Goddess in this book. I enjoyed the background stories and information on the Goddesses, the meditations and the spell work devised to pair the Goddesses with a solar sabbat or a lunar phase. I have turned to this book many times for inspiration or just the comfort of a good read.” –Willow Moon )o(

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