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Goddess, Guide Me!: Divine Wisdom for Your Head, Heart, and Home

3.27  ·  Rating Details ·  15 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The gifted and creative team of Amy Zerner and Monte Farber once again stir up enchantment with this goddess-centered oracle. Using their exceptional skills, the couple has redesigned an ancient method of obtaining spiritual power and guidance, making it quick and easy for 21st-century seekers of knowledge. With this uniquely interactive system, anyone can receive her wisd ...more
Spiral-bound, 72 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Enchanted World
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GoldenjoyBazyll
Feb 11, 2010 GoldenjoyBazyll rated it it was amazing
Shelves: new-age
This is an interactive book of sorts. You get to call upon the archetypal wisdom of a variety of goddesses to help you form answers to questions in your life. Ok... so some of us enjoy tarot cards others phrenology/ palm reading the list goes on..... I am always open to the possibilities yet... in the end I know I drive my future.

This is a fun and very easy method. Simply put...

Get centered- if you are a little off like me... no worries! ;)

Frame your question

Throw the dice and flip to the approp
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Lia
Jun 01, 2010 Lia rated it really liked it
Shelves: card-decks-etc
This is one of those fun flip books where you make a person from different pieces. There are goddess from various cultures represented in beautiful tapestry-like artwork. You get perspective by seeing archetypal ideas related to your head (so you flip the head piece through the different goddesses), the heart (flip through the torso), and the home (flip through the "grounded" legs and feet). For each one, there is a bit of wisdom. Because of how fun it is to play with, I was expecting the wisdom ...more
Spider Goddess
May 26, 2014 Spider Goddess rated it liked it
I found this to be adorable and fun.The concept of dice, three realms, and interchangeable goddess body plates makes for a playful combination. I don't take it very seriously as an actual divination tool, but it's fun nonetheless.
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