The Living Goddess: Reclaiming the Tradition of the Mother of the Universe
This beautiful book takes us to India today and shows us a Goddess who flourishes in temples, festivals, and in the hearts of millions. Johnsen penetrates the heart of the tradition to reveal that it offers not only an honouring of fertility and feminine values, but an amazing revelation of the limitless potentials of human consciousness.
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Johnson, author of Daughters of the Goddess: The Women Saints of India (LJ 6/1/94) and devotee of Amritanandamayi Ma, uses story, myth, and Tantric cosmology to encourage Westerners to heed the rich ... Read full review
I am going to read the full book. I loved her quote of the Triune Goddess. She is doing a good job of describing the varied understanding of the divine Feminine. The other reviewer who said she didn't know anything about science does not appea to have a clue about what this book is about.
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