So, you are drawn to Dark Goddesses, but you don’t have a special connection with any particular Goddess or Pantheon. Or perhaps you are simply curious about Dark Goddesses in general. Well then, this is going to be a fantastic resource for you.
In this book of slightly more that 200 pages, Stephanie Woodfield takes you on a journey to meet the most well-known Dark Goddesses in the world. She shares information and context on each Dark Goddesses, a commonly recurring theme across the world. Stephanie will show you how to include the various Goddesses into your eclectic practice with spells and rituals that respect them.
Compared to her more well-known book “Celtic Lore & Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess” where Stehanie devotes over 400 pages to the Morrigan, this is going to feel less comprehensive and more surface level. However, if you are new to Dark Goddess Magick and want to understand how Hecate and the Morrigan differ, or what devotional work is most appropriate for Kali, then this is an indispensable guide.
“Discover how to utilize the many faces of the dark goddess to navigate the process of deep and rewarding change. This empowering, practical guide looks at the misconceptions surrounding challenging deities and encourages you to draw on their power to work through aspects of yourself or your life that you wish to change.
Organized into three sections-descent, challenge, and rebirth-Dark Goddess Craft guides you through your own shadow work and helps you emerge renewed. Every step on your path of transformation is connected to a different face of the dark goddess, and Stephanie Woodfield provides rituals, invocations, and offerings for eleven of them. You can mourn loss with the Washer at the Ford, learn to move past betrayal with Sedna, gain personal independence with Blodeuwedd, and become the champion of your own life with Scathach. Like a torch to light your way, this book helps you heal and transform into the best version of yourself.”
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