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Goddess Calling: Inspirational Messages & Meditations of Sacred Feminine Liberation Thealogy

Updated: Jun 2, 2023

by Karen Tate


The ebook is available to download on most devices, and you can read it in any browser delivered by Amazon.com


The paperback book is 210 pages and 8.5 inches by 5 inches and is available from Amazon.com.


In ever-increasing numbers, women and men are seeking spirituality beyond traditional religious institutions and more and more their new normal includes the deities, ideals and archetypes of the Sacred Feminine. They have a desire to get beyond the patriarchal dogma that often perpetuates sexism, homophobia and the domination of Gaia and all her inhabitants, including the body of Mother Earth. Goddess Calling is designed to give individuals or those desiring to serve their communities a springboard to offer “sermons from the pulpit” with ideas to create a format for a regular gathering or service. Easy to digest and sometimes gently following the seasons of the year and holidays already on most people’s calendars, these messages and meditations use Goddess archetypes, ideals and mythology to provide content for education, inspiration and contemplation for anyone seeking to incorporate a feminine face of God within their spirituality, no matter what their faith.

"Tate encourages all women to rediscover their sacred history, to break the shackles that patriarchal culture has imposed on them, and to take action for the preservation of our Mother Earth. Meditations are profoundly engaging."-- Barbara G. Walker

LEADING FOREMOTHERS & WAYSHOWERS SUPPORT GODDESS CALLING...


"A strong, courageous book that will either set your teeth on edge or make you laugh with joy."-- Jean Houston, PhD - World-renowned American scholar, author and philosopher active in the "human potential movement' and advisor to UNICEF and the United Nations


"Political perspectives to challenge oppression. Ecofeminist Thealogy to empower action. Goddess Meditations to feed the Soul."-- Rev. Selena Fox, psychotherapist, environmentalist, Pagan rights activist


"A magnificent work, carefully researched, beautifully organized, using inspiring language. Karen Tate is in love with life, and with the ancient wisdom. A very generous author who is a sister soul in revolution."-- Zsuzsanna Budapest, Women's rights activist, visionary writer and revolutionary priestess


"Tate encourages all women to rediscover their sacred history, to break the shackles that patriarchal culture has imposed on them, and to take action for the preservation of our Mother Earth. Meditations are profoundly engaging."-- Barbara G. Walker, Beloved Foremother and author of The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, Feminist Fairy Tales and Man Made God.


MORE ENDORSEMENTS FOR GODDESS CALLING FROM LEADERS AND SCHOLARS IN THE COMMUNITY...

Drawing on her eclectic experiences as teacher, interviewer, scholar, traveler, and liturgist, Karen Tate has created in Goddess Calling a powerful synthesis of well-chosen information, reflective observation and poetic prose. This unique volume combines astute analysis of present day social and political realities with soothing meditations, a welcomed addition to the conversation about the female divine. Throughout, goddesses from varied times and locations become accessible and embodied providing an impressive work of thealogy. Goddess Calling is an invaluable resource when crafting meaningful rituals as well as a helpful companion for individual study, inspiration and personal development. -- Elizabeth Fisher - Author of Rise Up and Call Her Name: A Woman-honoring Journey into Earth-based Spiritualities.


Goddess Calling is a valuable resource for those regularly called upon to create services or ceremonies for the exploration of Goddess Spirituality. Karen Tate offers a selection of "Messages" relating the values of Goddess Spirituality - as expressed through the sacred myths of ancient and living Goddess traditions - to today's society, politics, and culture. Then she provides a series of "Meditations" that can help participants awaken those Goddess values in their own lives. Karen brings her deep experience with Goddess Spirituality and the liveliness of her long running internet radio program, Voices of the Sacred Feminine, to this inspirational book." --M. Isidora Forrest - Author of Isis Magic: Cultivating a Relationship with the Goddess of 10,000 Names and Offering to Isis,


Knowing the Goddess Through Her Sacred Symbols Women all over the world are rising up to create their own circles, churches and organizations to empower themselves, to express female Goddess Calling spirituality and to better the world. This amazing book serves us well in offering brilliant wisdom, joyful ideas and gentle structure to our gatherings. We have been waiting for such a book, and I'm so glad it's now here. Rev. Karen Tate is a treasure - one of our most profound thinkers and doers for an ancient spirituality that is coming through just in time for all humanity. Thank you, Karen!

-- Rev. Ava - Founder and Presiding Priestess of the Goddess Temple of Orange County


To feel loved by the Sacred Feminine is a cure we need, and Karen Tate's Goddess Calling helps bring it forth. She offers intellectual food, intuitional inspiration and experiential nourishment to seekers on the path of restoration of the feminine principle for our world. Goddess Calling can be used as a manual to create a wisdom circle or public ritual for a holy-day. She offers words to say for the important yearly cycles of renewal of the deep feminine, as well as guided visualization meditations to take us inward to meet the world goddesses.Reverend Tate honors the archetype of Sacred Union through the story of Mary Magdalene and returns Mary to the company of her sister goddesses where she belongs. Mary Magdalene is but one facet of the world-changing strength of the feminine spirit that comes through in this book of rituals, meditations and political perceptions. -- Joan Norton - The Magdalene Within and 14 Steps to Awaken the Sacred Feminine; Women in the Circle of Mary Magdalene

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