Inviting the Goddess

Posted By : Tina Heathers on September 3, 2016

Goddess Art by Tina HeathersInviting The Goddess –  Working with Energy from the Divine Feminine

In many cultures throughout the ages people related to the Divine as Mother, Goddess, a giver of life and she who birthed creation.  Over time, in our culture the Divine began to be considered Male as suited the predominate culture and philosophy of the changing times.  But society has lost something; something gentle, caring and nurturing by switching to a Male version of the Divine.
This workshop seeks to help people get back in touch with the Divine Feminine and reconnect us with our spiritual roots in gentleness, compassion and endless love.  We will discuss the loving path of the Divine Feminine and learn how to tap into that energy to transform our lives and share that gift with others.
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This workshop will be held at THRIVE
289-876-8585    service@thrivemindbodysoul.com
246 Ridge Rd. N, Fort Erie, ON
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