A Goddess for Every Need

A selection of divine figures from world religions, and how they can help you in your daily life.

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, beloved Catholic Saint known as The Little Flower is a spiritual heroine for women of all faiths. She helps you get even the most menial jobs done by showing you the relevance, power, and sacredness in life's little chores.





Goddesses of Self

Hathor

, Egyptian goddess of love, beauty and pleasure, helps you to your inner light and shows you how truly beautiful you are.



Lilith

, Hebrew Goddess, said to be Adam's first wife, was demonized in the Bible but is an empowered woman in Kabbalah and Feminine spiritually. She helps you discover your dark and wild side.



Oya

, Yoruban goddess of wind, hurricane and wild weather, helps you welcome the winds of change.



Nike

, Greek goddess of Victory and herald of success, helps you claim your victories in life.





Goddesses of Strength

Mary

, mother of Jesus, is not considered a goddess in the Catholic Faith yet has all the powers of a divine female and is the primary representation of the feminine divine for 2000 years, making her the Spiritual Mother for us all. She helps you connect to your healing power.



Sophia

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, goddess of wisdom in Gnostic Christianity, is also referred to in Hebrew texts and the books of Solomon. She helps you tap into, and trust, your own intuition.



Kwan Yin
Kwan Yin
Kuan Yin

, Chinese goddess of healing and compassion, helps you find compassion for yourself, and others.



Green Tara

, Tibetan Buddhist goddess of protection, helps you feel safe and shows you how to stay calm and centered in a crisis.



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Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway
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