I wrote this meditation to help a friend obtain guidance on an important life issue. Feel free to use this if you are new to goddess spirituality or if you simply feel the desire to acquaint yourself with the Goddess in a new way. It is written to introduce you to a new Goddess archetype as well as address any important questions on your mind.
Goddess Consciousness is possible no matter what your subscribed religion. I invite you to consider feminine archetypes in your own religion and how they are a part of God.
What you receive in this meditation works toward your Highest and Best. No harm shall come to you in following this meditation with proper safety awareness (as in, don’t perform while operating heavy machinery,etc). Please read this article if you are completely new to guided meditation. Needless to say, results will vary from time to time given your circumstances. The author advises that you eat something after this meditation, ideally a fruit associated with Goddess, like an apple.
Take some time to relax. As you exhale, expel your tension in a cloud of smoke, and see it fade into nothing. Feel your body relax as you release this tension. As you inhale, draw in golden light that fills you with peace and love. Feel your body accept healing from the Divine Love that is all around you. In your mind’s eye, see a triangle, point down, for your feminine aspect. Dancing around the triangle is a color: your color.* The triangle is infused with light in your color.
Now pass through the threshold of your triangle.
As you approach the mouth of the cave, you hear a female voice, singing in a language that feels very familiar to you. As you focus your hearing, the meaning of her song comes to you:
I am She Who Is, I am She Who Gives Life…
You feel drawn by her Song to the outside of the cave.
She says, “I will help you with what you seek,” and she explains how she will help you.
Thank her for her love, for her time, and for her help. Say anything else you feel you need to say. She blesses you as you leave.
*subject to change between meditations.
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