The Goddess Re-Awakening: The Feminine Principle Today

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Shirley J. Nicholson
Quest Books, May 1, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 296 pages
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This anthology, with essays by Riane Eisler, June Singer, and others, considers Goddess myths, current psychological perspectives, and the feminine principle in spirituality today. It offers a worldview that integrates intuition, intellect, and feeling.
 

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Contents

Reclaiming Our Goddess Heritage
27
The Gnostic Archetype of Feminine
40
Oya Black Goddess of Africa
56
The Unknown Goddess
68
The Buddhist Female Deities
80
The Goddess as Healer
91
Rediscovering the Feminine Principle
100
The World Mother
108
Is the Animus Obsokte?
142
Toward the Companionate ManWoman Relationship
166
Maria Avatara
179
An Expression
187
Encountering the Schechinah The Jewish Goddess
204
The Way of the Uncarved Block
215
Sacred and Legendary Women of Native North America
232
A Vision of Love
249

The Sadness of the Successful Woman
115
Roberto Assagioli and Claude ServanSchreiber
127
A New Perspective
135
Nature as an Act of Imagination
268
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Shirley Nicholson, an eminent Theosophist and the former editor of Quest Books, is also the author of Ancient Wisdom: Modern Insight. She currently lives in Ojai, CA, where she is the Resident Head and Executive Vice President of The Krotona Institute of Theosophy.

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