Voices of the Sacred Feminine: Conversations to Re-Shape Our World

Voices of the Sacred Feminine: Conversations to Re-Shape Our World

by Karen Tate

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Overview

Most of us have come to realize patriarchy - rule by a male-dominated society revering solely a male God - is not working for Mother Earth or most of the people on the planet. How do we counter beliefs that there is no option but the authoritarian father? How does society go about making a course correction? How do ideas that permeate every level of society from womb to tomb, boardroom to bedroom, voting booth to the workplace shift into a more fair, equal, and just world of partnership, sharing, caring and peace? Those are exactly the questions discussed on the long-running radio show, /Voices of the Sacred Feminine/, hosted by Rev. Dr. Karen Tate in her show dedicated to the Sacred Feminine as deity, archetype and ideal. Never before has an internet radio show cast such a wide net to include so many voices whose ideals are in alignment with “sacred feminine liberation thealogy.” If we can imagine it, vision it, and restore ancient truths swept beneath the rug and kicked to the curb by patriarchy, then we can manifest it! Hear solutions from these visionaries, scholars, wayshowers, foremothers and activists - women and men - dedicated to reshaping our world... Noam Chomsky, Laura Flanders, Gloria Feldt, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Phyllis Chesler, Barbara G. Walker, Riane Eisler, Matthew Fox, Roy Bourgeois, Starhawk, Charles Eisenstein, Genevieve Vaughan, Carl Ruck, David Hillman, Judy Grahn, Nicki Scully, Normandi Ellis, Selena Fox, Patrick McCollum, Jann Aldredge-Clanton, Cristina Biaggi, Charlene Spretnak, Shirley Ranck, Elizabeth Fisher, Amy Peck, Art Noble, Jeanette Blonigen Clancy, Joan Norton, Andrew Gurevich, Gus diZerega, Lydia Ruyle, Vajra Ma, Ava, Donna Henes, Candace Kant, Sandra Spencer, Layne Redmond, Isadora Leidenfrost, ALisa Starkweather, Joan Marler, Tim Ward, James Rietveld and Karen Tate.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781782795094
Publisher: Hunt, John Publishing
Publication date: 11/28/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 408
Sales rank: 962,935
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Karen Tate is an independent scholar, speaker, radio show host, published author, and social justice activist. For almost three decades her work has been fueled by her intense interest and passion for travel, comparative religions, ancient cultures, and the resurging interest in the rise of the Feminine Consciousness. She lives in Venice, California.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xiii

Foreword Rev. Dr. Karen Tate 1

Introduction Rev. Dr. Karen Tate 9

Part I Sacred Feminine. Deity, Archetype and Ideal 13

1 What Is the Sacred Feminine? Amy Peck, MA 15

2 Lady Liberty: Goddess of Freedom Selena Fox 23

3 Persephone Returns: Worshipping the Divine Mother and Daughter Rev. Shirley Ann Ranck, PhD 32

4 Kali-Ma: Goddess of Social Justice and Change Rev. Sandra Spencer 36

5 Sekhmet: Powerful Woman Candace C. Kant, PhD 43

6 Mary Magdalene: Doorkeeper to Ancestral Intelligence Joan Norton 51

7 The Virgin Mary and Her Many Faces Charlene Spretnak 56

8 Gossips, Gorgons, and Crones Joan Marler 72

9 The Queen Solves Everything Ava 85

10 Motherhood and Power Barbara G. Walker 93

11 The Queen: Empowering Model for Midlife Women Donna Henes 101

Part II Embracing the Sacred Feminine. Ritual and Healing 105

12 Mysteries of Menstruation Judy Grahn 107

13 Ancient Egyptian Dream Temples: Doorways to Alternate States of Consciousness Normandi Ellis 113

14 Honoring Goddesses Reawakens Women-Honoring Multiculturalism Elizabeth Fisher 121

15 Healing, Freedom and Transformation through the Sacred Feminine Jann Aldredge-Clanton 129

16 The Little Goddess: Equality through Love James D. Rietveld 137

17 Woman's Inhumanity to Woman Phyllis Chesler 141

18 Why Would a Man Search for the Goddess? Tim Ward 153

19 The Red Tent; Creating a Worn an-Honoring Culture Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD ALisa Starkweather 163

20 Goddesses, Dildos and Jesus Dr. David C.A. Hillman 171

21 Love and the Sacred Female Art Noble 180

22 Intelligent Evolution and DNA Repair Nicki Scully 188

Part III Sacred Feminine Values - Alternatives to Patriarchy. Politics and Social Change 195

23 Feminism, Patriarchy and Religion Noam Chomsky 197

24 The Advent of Patriarchy Cristina Biaggi, PhD 215

25 The Essence of Good Business: Companies That Care Riane Eisler 220

26 Antidote to Terrorism Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD 226

27 Making the Case: Women, Pagans and Those Valuing Religious Freedom Should Vote Democratic Gus diZerega 233

28 Media and Politics: Left, Right, We're All at the Tea Party! Laura Flanders 239

29 Money and the Divine Masculine Charles Eisenstein 263

30 Gifting and Peace Genevieve Vaughan 269

31 Ways Women Can Think about Power Gloria Feldt 277

Part IV Rebirthing the Sacred Feminine. Sacred Activism 297

32 My Prayer: Let Women Be Priests Fr. Roy Bourgeois 299

33 Sexist God-Talk: Reforming Christian Language Jeanette Blonigen Clancy 303

34 Cosmic Christ and the New Humanity Matthew Fox 311

35 The Gaia Project: Renewal of Ancient Mysteries Carl A.P. Ruck 317

36 Gaian Inter connectivity and the Future of Public Myth Professor Andrew Gurevich 323

37 Earth, Spirit and Action: Letting the Wildness in Starhawk 332

38 Goddess Icon Spirit Banners: Ambassadors of the Divine Feminine Lydia Ruyle 353

39 The Natural Spiritual Authority of Woman Vajra Ma 358

40 In Service to the Divine Feminine Ven. Rev. Patrick McCollum 364

Part V In Memory of Layne Redmond 373

In Memory of Layne Redmond (August 19, 1952 to October 28, 2013) 374

41 Why the Frame Drum Was at the Core of Ancient Mediterranean Spiritual Rites Layne Redmond 375

Conclusion Rev. Dr. Karen Tate 379

About Rev. Dr. Karen Tate 381

References 383

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