Yemaja Goddess of Compassion.
Yemaja is with you especially to be called upon for blessings of compassion, wisdom, fertility, creation, riches, inspiration, motherhood, female power, natural wealth, women’s issues, having children, sustaining life, washing away sorrow, revealing mysteries, acquiring ancient wisdom, protecting the home, learning not to give your power away, and comforting women and children in crisis.
Guinevere Goddess of True Love.
The role of Goddess of sovereignty is more clearly seen in her legends than in many others. Her duty is to blend the king’s energy with the energy of the land. It is in many myths that when the king forgets where his power comes from that the queen will seek other champions and lovers to remind him as she gladly did.
Aine Moon Goddess and Faery Queen.
A Goddess of fecundity, she ruled over and protected both crops and the reproducing of humans and the animal kingdom. Aine, beautiful, bright and glowing, is a muse to every poet and artist. Aine is also symbolized by brightness, glow, joy, radiance, splendor, glory, magic, popularity and even fame.
Mary Magdalene Goddess of Unconditional love.
Her compassion runs deep to face the loss of a close friend whose vision she deeply believed in, but also was called upon to continue this mission for the rest of her life.
Mary learned that the key to finding peace and happiness was to look within and that Compassion is realizing that you are a mirror as are they. It is forgiving yourself for your misunderstandings of life and the role you play in it. It is forgiving others yet not disempowering them.
Hathor Goddess of music, dance and love.
The daughter of the sun, Hathor represents the sensual aspects of femininity and procreation.
Hathor, was the daughter of Ra, the Sun God, and was at times known as the “Eye of Ra“, as she would be sent out by Ra in the form of a large all seeing eye, to watch over mankind.
Because of her fertile, life-bringing nature, she is also the goddess who revives the deceased and welcomes them in the nether world. She is often represented in New Kingdom Theban tombs embracing the deceased.
Pachamama Goddess of Motherhood.
Unconditionally loving, a giver of life who nourishes and protects she will do anything and everything for her children.
The Goddess Pachamama teaches us that work is a supreme virtue that when done with love and devotion in our hearts, it is sacred, as such-we are vessels of Love and Spirit.
Hecate Great Triple Goddess, the queen of the Night.
She is most often linked with the dark of the moon and presides over magic, ritual, prophetic vision, childbirth, death and the secrets of regeneration. She is the mistress of the crossroads, the lunar goddess who dwells in caves, walks the highways at night, makes love on the vast seas, and is the force that moves the moon.
Gaia, the beautiful,
Gaia mother earth…
Gaia, the foundation of all things above and below
the skies, the sea, the antelope and the dove… she creates
a home for the blessed being that you are.
Oonagh Goddess of nature, love and magic, who is also the Queen of the Fairies.
Her message is one of hope through gentle perseverance, she guides us to have faith and to use our wit and ability to find CREATIVE ways to solve problems without rushing anything or forcing things to happen, TRUST that everything is occurring in perfect timing.
Athena The Goddess of War, Wisdom; patroness of warriors and artists.
Athena is a powerful and wise Goddess who oversees and protects those who call upon her. She’s the daughter of Zeus, and her power animal is the white owl. Although Athena is a warrior goddess, she does battle with diplomatic wit and justice instead of weapons.
You can call upon her for resolving disputes, and also for protection. Athena also helps with creative projects such as writing, arts, and crafts.
Tlazolteotl Goddess of earth, fertility, sexuality and the moon, also the goddess of garbage and decomposition.
She is the cycle of death feeding life, of life cycling to death; she represents purification and regeneration as she turns all garbage, physical an…d meta-physical, into rich life!
Tlatzolteotl was the Goddess to whom the Aztecs confessed their worst deeds and sins and in return the confessor received forgiveness. Tlazolteotl is that shadow part of ourselves that we fear because it is so powerful, yet when we touch/approach her we find absolute mercy.
She is proof that anything that can overwhelm and destroy us ….also has the power to heal and grant forgiveness!
Sulis Celtic Goddess of Healing.
She is the keeper of health and healing and is associated with water, blessings, wishes and building community; she oversees all sacred wells and springs which give healing.
Her waters are said to be miraculous in their ability to cure.
Though famous for healing, Sulis could curse as well as cure, and in Bath many ‘curse tablets’ have been found, asking her to punish people suspected of wrongdoing.
Her dress is the milky greeny-grey of the water of the springs, and Her hair is the bright orange of the deposits left by the mineral-rich waters.
Artemis (Greek also known as the Roman goddess Diana) Goddess of Nurture and protection.
Patron saint of childbirth and protector of children, she is the goddess who especially hears the appeals of women. Artemis is associated with the moon, especially the crescent or “new” moon and as the “Goddess of Light” she has the divine duty of illuminating the darkness.
Despite her “wildness” (her refusal to conform to conventional ways or tradition) and her fierce independence, she is one of the compassionate, healing goddesses. Of all the Greek goddesses, she was the most self-sufficient, living life on her own terms, comfortable both in solitude and in holding the reins of leadership.
The Greek goddess Artemis gives us courage, she illuminates those places that terrify us and lends us her strength to bring us safely through our fears.
Green Tara Goddess of compassion.
A feminine representation of the Buddah or Buddhavistas (metaphoric representations of Buddhist virtues). She is said to have been born when the bodhisattva Avalokiteswara cried the first tears of compassion as he witnessed the suffering of humankind; from his tears, Tara was born.
Her name means “star” in the ancient Sanskrit language and like the North Star in the sky guiding lost travelers-Tara appears to us when all is… dark and leads us to a meeting with our inner selves.
Ixchel Mayan Moon Goddess.
Ixchel is associated with fertility and childbirth. She’s a powerful healer who many go to when in need of physical and emotional healing.
Message from Ixchel:
“Commanding power is not the same as demanding it. Demanding comes from a childlike place akin to a tantrum, based upon the fear that it might be withheld. Commanding comes from the sure and steady knowledge that you are part of the Great Spirit’s grace and wisdom. You are a lightening rod that can conduct the power. Simply connect to the power through unyielding clarity of your thought processes. Don’t waver for a moment: be a conduit of the power that already resides within you!
Connect to Divine Spirit and allow it to amplify YOU.
You are a steady connector of the Infinite, from the Infinite, to the Infinite.
Quan-Yin Goddess of Compassion and Kindness.
The name “Quan Yin” is a derivation of a Chinese name for the goddess that is this energy of
motherly compassion. This is really a description of her energy (“she who hears the cries of the
people”) which has become accepted as her name on earth. Although there are variations, the
feeling is the same. She responds to the heartfelt needs and anguish of the people of earth
regardless of background or belief.
Rhiannon Goddess of Self Love.
Rhiannon helps us to remain steadfast within our own Truth despite the opinions and judgments of others. This Divine Lady of Light encourages us to reclaim our personal power, encourages us to reclaim our divine birthright to live within the freedom of our Personal Truth!
She is here to remind us that even though we have been unfairly judged, we are part of All that IS (God/Higher Power/Spirit)… our spirit is always in divine and perfect balance and our power is always aligned with truth and integrity.
She comes with absolute understanding of the trials we meet here, trials we endure to learn, grow and ascend; and she combines compassion with encouragement to help us to transcend the roles of victim, encouraging us to REMEMBER our Sovereign Self, to reclaim our divine birthright to shine the illuminated Light of our True Magnificence!
Kali Goddess of Endings and Beginnings.
Kali’s energy is strong! She will shake you to reNEW you. She will shake you to self-awareness and awakening to your true self and your true relationships with the earth and each other.
Kali’s message: I am the ‘black one’, Shiva’s consort. I am also known as the Goddess of Time and Change. There is much said of me as being the Shining One and the Goddess of Darkness. I encourage change and for one to accept themselves truthfully as they are, not what they pretend to be.
The pain and sorrow that you have witnessed, experienced and gone through must not be denied it is intertwined with your very existence, it holds freedom to greater knowledge.
When entering the unknown it is not unusual to enter darkness. Do not fear this darkness. You cannot embrace the light you seek without facing some darkness. As you move along your destined path, you move forward as you pass through different doors, either from removing past events that have been draining your energy for so long, facing the truth about yourself and those around you, letting go of old ways in order to adopt new, more efficient ones, etc.
As you successfully move through each part, you will see and find more and more light.
“Butterfly Maiden’s themes are rebirth, beauty, fertility, balance, freedom, and nature. Her symbols are butterflies, seedlings, rainwater, and spring flowers. In Hopi tradition, the Butterfly Maiden is a kachina (spirit) who rules the springtime and the earth’s fertility. Butterfly Maiden flutters into our lives today to reconnect us with nature and to help us rediscover that graceful butterfly within each of us – the one that effortlessly rises above problems, making the world its flower.
In magical traditions, the equinox celebrates the sun’s journey back to predominance in the sky and the return of fertility to the earth. It is a joyous fire festival when the elements are in balance, giving us the opportunity to likewise balance our lives.
The Butterfly Maiden, is a Hopi Kachina that governs the Spring. Kachinas’ are supernatural beings who control nature and have the spirits of living things such as animals and plants within them. Some Kachinas also hold the spirits of the non-living as well–wind, rain, thunder, lightning, clouds, etc.
As the mother of Jesus, she is accorded great reverence, the Madonna, is central to monotheistic beliefs. She is discussed in Islamic literature as the only named female in the Qur’an, and sainted in Catholicism and Orthodox traditions.
Although Mother Mary is associated with Catholicism, Christianity, and Orthodox traditions, she and Jesus were themselves of the Jewish faith and culture. Mary, like Jesus and the angels—and especially God—belongs to all faiths, all religions, all paths, and all people. They are pure love, which is inclusive . . . without judgment, jealousy, or competitiveness.
Mother Mary is our ideal parent: sweet, pure, nurturing, unconditionally loving, accepting, humble, wise, understanding, and compassionate. She reassures troubled hearts and allows us to feel loved and safe. She helps us to trust and believe in fairness and goodness.
Mother Mary is a role model of balance (especially for women) as the nurturing giver who is also wise and strong. She exhibits the necessity and value of self-care, even as she gives everything to those she loves.
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