Goddess meditations are a powerful tool to explore the Divine Feminine within. There are so many goddesses the world over and when you explore them through their mythology and energy, you will see how many aspects of the Divine Feminine they represent. Goddesses are not outside of you. They are mythological personifications of aspects of your own psyche to convey spiritual wisdom in form of stories we can relate to and look for within ourselves.

 

When you delve deeper into the energy of a particular goddess and explore her wisdom teachings, you can perceive this divine energy within yourself. The goddess serves as a focal point for self-awareness and realisation. Looking at a particular goddess and her myth opens up the path for you to explore this aspect in your own psyche more easily.

 

Click on the goddess of your choice below and explore her myth, whilst delving deep into your own inner self to bring that to light which needs healing or attention. Find your strengths and super powers, get to know yourself more deeply through the questions at the end of the blog to aid you in your self-exploration and ultimate self-actualisation.

A

Abundantia

Allat

Al-Uzza

 

Amaterasu

Anahit

Anuket

Aphrodite

Arianrhod

Artemis

Athena

B

Bastet

Brigid

C

Cerridwen

D

Dana

Durga

E

Eostre

Epona

F

Freya

 

G

Gaia

 

Grandmother Spider

 

H

Hanwi

 

Hathor

 

Hecate

 

Hel

 

I

Inanna

 

 

Isis

 

Ixchel

Izanami

J

Juturna

 

K

Kali

Kuan Yin

L

Lakshmi

M

Ma'at

Mafdet

Manasa

Manat

Meretseger

Mokosh

(The) Morrigan

 

Mut

N

Naunet & Nun

Neith

Nephthys

Nisaba

Nut

Nyx

O

Oonagh

P

Pachamama

Parvati

Pele

Persephone

Philotes

R

Radha

S

Saraswati

Sedna

Sekhmet

Serket

Seshat

Sinann

Skadi

T

Tara

Tefnut

V

Vac

W

Wadjet

Wohpe

Y

Yemoja

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