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Women and Spirituality: The Goddess Trilogy

posted by Nell Minow
B+
Lowest Recommended Age:High School
MPAA Rating:NR

Women & Spirituality is a three-part series about the power of the sacred feminine in mythological, historical and cultural contexts. Part 1, Goddess Remembered, examines goddess-based pre-historic societies, linking the loss of goddess-centered societies to environmental degradation. The second, The Burning Times, looks at the witch-hunts of the Middle Ages and the third, Full Circle, concludes with manifestations of contemporary women’s spirituality in the Western world. “Drawing on the customs, rites and knowledge of the past, Full Circle envisions a sustainable future where domination is replaced with respect.

This is an inspiring examination of the spiritual lives of women in ancient and modern times.



  • Allan

    I highly recommend a new documentary, “Soul Masters,” about two great Chinese healers and spiritual masters. This heart-touching film gives you a window into the most amazing possibilities for healing and transformation. It is a preview of Heaven on Earth. As a student of Master Sha and Master Guo for more than eight years, I have been privileged to witness “miracles” almost every day. I am so happy that many more people can witness these miracles now. Even more, this film will tell many, many people that these experiences are available to each of them. As the police chief in the film who received a remarkable healing said, “This is real.” Heaven on Earth can be real. If we join hearts and souls together, Heaven on Earth will be real!
    With love and gratitude,
    Allan

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