Tag: Hathor

  • Hathor: the Exuberant Goddess of Abundant Life

    A beautiful post on Hat-Hor from symbolreader. Enjoy! Hathor was the greatest goddess of Egypt (before Isis took over in that role much later); originally she was called HetHert (“the House or Womb Above), later her name became the familiar Hat-Hor (“the House or Womb of Horus”). She was the sky in which the Great…

  • “The Alchemy of Dance” Free Kindle Promotion and May Give-away!

    From the 1st of May to the 4th of May PDT (May 2nd  7am GMT-May 5th  7am GMT) download a free Kindle version of The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer. If you don’t have a Kindle, there’s a free Kindle App. which allows you to read the book…

  • “The Alchemy of Dance”—Second Revised Edition

    It has been nine years since I first published The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer. A lot has happened in that time. I have taught a lot of workshops, mentored and Danced with a lot of women! This new edition is a culmination of what I have learned…

  • The Al-chemia Remedies: Vibrational Essences from Egyptian Flowers and Sacred Sites

    New Release from Leslie Zehr! The Al-chemia Remedies: Vibrational Essences from Egyptian Flowers and Sacred Sites   Flowers hold the hidden power of spiritual illumination. Master your own flower alchemy practices in this helpful guide from a trained holistic therapist, and harness the magic of ancient Egypt. Egypt is known as a land of transformation…

  • Goddess of the House

    The goddess of the house, where did she go? A thing of the past? There is a phrase in Arabic rubit el beit. Some would argue that this phrase means the subtle aspect of God that permeates our surroundings or home. Well…that is exactly what I am talking about; sacred space. The original concept of…

  • Words of Love-The Art of Eloquence

    Words of Love-The Art of Eloquence

    From my journal: The voice I heard this morning said “speak only words of love”. The Divine Feminine transforms through words of love and encouragement, not criticism. Criticism is defining and separating. Love is unifying and empowering. I always begin my day slowly. This is what I call Sacred Living, honoring yourself and your own…