Voices of the Sacred Feminine: Conversations to ReShape Our World by Karen TatePrice $24.9524.95
Transcripts of 41 radio show interviews with activists, TV personalities, scholars, artists, authors, priestesses and religious leaders. Devotional practices, deity archetypes of the sacred feminine, multiculturalism, equality and healing. Good business practices, alternatives to patriarchy, and antidotes to terrorism. Women in the priesthood, politics and social change.
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"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...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 visionaries, scholars, wayshowers, foremothers and activists - women and men - dedicated to reshaping our world." Karen Tate
This anthology includes 41 transcripts of interviews with activists, TV personalities, scholars, artists, authors, priestesses and religious leaders such as Judy Grahn, Charlene Spretnak, Lydia Ruyle, Joan Marler, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Phyllis Chesler, Barbara G. Walker, Riane Eisler, Layne Redmond, Isadora Leidenfrost, Noam Chomsky, Laura Flanders, Gloria Feldt, Matthew Fox, Roy Bourgeois, Charles Eisenstein, Genevieve Vaughan, Carl Ruck, David Hillman, Nicki Scully, Normandi Ellis, Selena Fox, Patrick McCollum, Jann Aldredge-Clanton, Cristina Biaggi, Shirley Ranck, Elizabeth Fisher, Amy Peck, Art Noble, Jeanette Blonigen Clancy, Joan Norton, Andrew Gurevich, Gus diZerega, Vajra Ma, Ava, Donna Henes, Candace Kant, Sandra Spencer, ALisa Starkweather, Tim Ward, James Rietveld and Karen Tate. ISBN 978-1782795100.
Karen Tate is an independent scholar, speaker, radio show host, author, and social justice activist. For almost three decades her work has been fueled by her interest and passion for travel, comparative religions, ancient cultures, and the resurging interest in the rise of the Feminine Consciousness and Goddess Spirituality. Karen's body of work blends her experiences of women-centered multiculturalism evident in archaeology, anthropology and mythology with her unique academic and literary talents and travel experience throughout the world.
Karen Tate sees the Divine Feminine as a “great equalizer” to correct gender-biased imbalances in the lack of representation of the feminine in the creation of cultural values and society.
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