1. Lee-Ann 4 years ago

    Timing is always spot on. I am very behind (I know.. right where I need to be) in coursework. Yesterday, I had a past life session and I was named Bridgid in Ireland in the 1750’s. Today, I was doing this course / soul work. I believe I will work with the muse known as Brigid for awhile. To see where that brings me. Aho!

  2. Karen 4 years ago

    *PELE not Pale #predictivetextfail

  3. Karen 4 years ago

    I identified with Primal Goddess & Creator, Preserver, Destroyer especially the shadow side.
    I will work with Shakti & Pale to bring this into balance

  4. dminer11 4 years ago

    This was a tough one for me. I see myself in earlier years as The Great Mother. Around 60 yrs. old things started to change and I became more like the Wise Woman. I can see myself in several of these archetypes. high priestess… Lady of the Lake… Maybe it is a memory from a past lifetime. I don’t know

  5. Valerie 4 years ago

    For me the Alchemical goddess attracted me the most, from the 3 goddesses Changing Women was the one that spoke to me, I always thought that I was more attracted to the Celtic and Nordic goddesses, but this doesn’t seem to be. While searching information about Navajo Changing Women I understood why she spoke to me. I try to find how her Navajo name: Asdzaa Nádleehé is pronounst, so I can call her by her given name in respect. Thank you for this new learning

  6. Cheyanne 4 years ago

    The Celtic triple spiral is a symbol that’s always resonated with me. The symbol represents the three stages of womanhood; maiden, mother, crone. I have it tattooed on my neck (maiden) and so does my older sister (mother) and my mom (crone). So Celtic goddesses, specifically the Irish Goddess Brigid speaks to me. So do the Greek goddesses Artemis, Selene, and Hacate. Especially Selene who is Goddess of the moon. I feel a strong connection to the moon and water. Cool stuff

  7. April Doyle 5 years ago

    With the 3 categories of goddess archetypes, how do you know which goddesses fit where? & then how does it correlate to the medicine wheel? I’m also not super clear on what we should do with this information? Start to use the gateways suggested to really step into their power?

    Shakti has spoken to me for quite some time – Primal Goddess (West) seems to be #1 for me. perhaps Great Mother(South), as Gaia is how I came to find this wonderful school!

    Hecate has been a recent one to come into focus – Wise Woman(North) – and crone or seer has been speaking to me for quite a while as well. #2

    Alchemical Goddess (North) also resonates with me, as it is about raising the vibration – I feel that all the work I do is helping to raise the vibration of those around me & therefore the earth.

  8. Hana Rainbowdancer 5 years ago

    All the materials provided for this lesson are great, there are so many things that suddenly make more sense. Thank you so much!

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    Dakota Walker 5 years ago

    Lee-Ann, You’d probably find a great interest then in the Priestess Process – Morrigan has a lot of this energy and in terms of the Medicine Wheel, she rests in the NW quadrant – time of our ancestors and such.

    • Lee-Ann 5 years ago

      Dakota, Thank you for pointing me into her direction.

  10. Lee-Ann 5 years ago

    I found this very interesting. On some level it explains why I love my flannel shirts/work boots and fake fingernails 🙂 I have never researched or really read about this before. It sounds very intriguing to me now. I really liked hearing the brook behind you in this video too. When I opened the Goddess References, I had no idea what I was going to click on, I started to scroll through the list knowing that I tend to lean towards all things Celtic. I clicked on The Morrigan and immediately had chills. I have been waking up to a “talking/noisy” crow almost every morning for the last week or so. I think I need to dig into this some more. I like when it seems like things are falling into place even if I don’t fully understand or know the reasoning why. Thank You.

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