The Storyteller's Goddess: Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World ePub download
by Carolyn McVickar Edwards
- ISBN: 1569246483
- ISBN13: 978-1569246481
- ePub: 1336 kb | FB2: 1600 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Da Capo Press; 2nd edition (March 17, 2000)
- Pages: 288
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 709
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She provides readers with 39 Goddess stories from 27 different cultures. I think that books like this are vital and need to be written. I love stories of the goddess and fairy tales in general. When they miss their mark, however, it is very disappointing.
She provides readers with 39 Goddess stories from 27 different cultures. She arranges these stories into seven categories, such as, All in All: Healing the split (the Goddess as both light and dark - which includes Goddesses such as, Pele, Ereshkigal, and Hecate), or, Spirit Incarnate: Goddess as Earth and Body (including Goddesses such as, Freya, Kuan Yin, and Sedna).
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It works wonderfully; Edwards' stories touch a reader's heart more deeply than a hundred dogmatic, left-brained Goddess books could ever do. 0. Report. The Goddess comes alive in this wonderful collection. com User, April 4, 2000. The many aspects and legends of the Goddess are beautifully, and imaginatively retold by Carolyn McVickar Edwards. She provides readers with 39 Goddess stories from 27 different cultures.
THE STORYTELLER'S GODDESS by Carolyn McVickar Edwards. The storyteller's goddess : tales of the goddess and her wisdom from around the world, Carolyn McVickar Edwards. THE STORYTELLER'S GODDESS: Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom From Around the World. Printed in the United States of America. 1st ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0-06-250263-8 (alk. paper) 1. Goddesses.
Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World. by Carolyn McVickar Edwards. They are organized around seven healing goddess principles and are inspired by traditional goddess lore and ancient artifacts. The Storyteller’s Goddess is a collection of more than 30 stories from 20 cultures that celebrate the goddess. Each one is introduced by placing it in its cultural and historical context, telling the story’s origins, and describing props that can be used to invoke that story’s goddess–from Kali and Hecate to Shekina, Kuan Yin, Athena, Mary, and Lilith.
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Carolyn Edwards is a teacher and a storyteller from Oakland. She has written four well-known books: The Return of the Light: Twelve Tales from Around the World for the Winter Solstice, The Storyteller's Goddess: Tales of the Goddess and Her Wisdom from Around the World, In the Light of the Moon: Thirteen Lunar Tales from Around the World Illuminating Life's Mysteries and Sun Stories: Tales from Around the World to. Illuminate the Days and Nights of Our Lives. Her first book was written in 1991. Carolyn is not only one of the most promising authors of modern literature,.
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