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The Storyteller's Goddess: Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World

The Storyteller s Goddess Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World The Storyteller s Goddess is a collection of than stories from cultures that celebrate the goddess They are organized around seven healing goddess principles and are inspired by traditional godd

  • Title: The Storyteller's Goddess: Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World
  • Author: Carolyn McVickar Edwards
  • ISBN: 9781569246481
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Storyteller s Goddess is a collection of than 30 stories from 20 cultures that celebrate the goddess They are organized around seven healing goddess principles and are inspired by traditional goddess lore and ancient artifacts Each one is introduced by placing it in its cultural and historical context, telling the story s origins, and describing props that can bThe Storyteller s Goddess is a collection of than 30 stories from 20 cultures that celebrate the goddess They are organized around seven healing goddess principles and are inspired by traditional goddess lore and ancient artifacts Each one is introduced by placing it in its cultural and historical context, telling the story s origins, and describing props that can be used to invoke that story s goddess from Kali and Hecate to Shekina, Kuan Yin, Athena, Mary, and Lilith.

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    1. The stories are fun and interesting, but the author definitely takes liberties with the mythology to cast a very New Age/Wiccan message to the stories. Some are blatantly like, while others are only vague. Almost all stories allude to very sexual actions. There are some very obvious shots taken at Judeo-Christian tradition. The Story of the Virgin Mary is completely unrecognizeable and feels more like a mismash of general beliefs surrounding the idea of the Goddess. All in all while is was inter [...]

    2. As of right now, i am shelving this as DNF. This book, to me, is worryingly revisionary with regards to the myths. This would be okay if it were coming from the cultures themselves, but in this case, it isn't. Of course, some of the myths, like that of Inanna, are from an ancient civilization, but the differences McVickar Edwards made make no sense to me. Why give Ereshkigal a husband? Why not keep the myth the way it originally was, where Inanna descended to the underworld for her own reasons? [...]

    3. I truly enjoyed this book from start to finish. I really enjoy mythology, although at times it is hard to find simply stories and not historical listings of temples and accounts of worship. Most of these stories were completely new to me, and lightened up my heart as I read them. I really enjoy how there is a large mix Goddesses from different cultures and religious backgrounds. Each story is short, between two and five pages, and before each story the author includes an equally short piece of b [...]

    4. So far the majority of the stories are adapted from Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood, but the author puts a nice twist on them.In the story of Cerridwen, she and her son actually work together, and Gwion's motivation is made more interesting (or at least discussed!)Story of Bridget is very similar to Stone's, but much better told and crafted. I liked the images of four fires -- poetry (from the head), compassion (heart, obviously), smithing (hands), and healing (hearth).Nice ecofeminist take on the [...]

    5. I bought this in 2009 on the July 15 so it has taken me 4 years to read this book. Really i only liked the some of the stories, some of the details in she gives in her inspiration. This book is really a series of essays of other material that was written. for being that these are great work, i support everyone putting pagan literature out there. It strengthens the community.However, she brings up her struggle with Christianity and the Virgin Mary up way to much, especially in the second half (wh [...]

    6. Got a little too deep for me but the myths and legends from around the world made Joseph Campbells teachings more credible. The book tells stories and shows how they're all almost the same story, even though the times and locations were worlds apart. Makes ya wonder

    7. It's redundant with other Goddess books I've read, and the stories are creative fiction with some poetic license, but I certainly enjoyed reading this book. It was as much a journey for the author as it is for the reader.

    8. not very detailed but many good stories short but with wisdom if you are open to it Longer isn't always better

    9. a great book that i loved growing up. it's full of great stories from the depths of different cultures. yes, i do have a degree in anthropology - does it show?

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