What does it mean to be a priestess?
You are invited to join the Goddess Temple as a priestess, but what does it mean to be a priestess? In the tarot, The High Priestess is the number 2 card (the number of all life), right behind the Magician. She is the yin to his yang, and reigns over the rituals of women's mysteries. She is Spirit brought down to earth. Her three-pronged headdress evokes the Triple Goddess and points to the past, present and future. The moon is at her feet, where water flows, symbolic of her feminine power and dominion. The pomegranates surrounding her symbolize the fertile womb of creativity, openness, receptivity. She sits between the two pillars of Solomon's Temple. One represents severity and the other mercy. She is the mediator between the two, the golden mean. The priestess holds the potential for the spiritually developed Self.
In the book, Spiritual Tarot, the High Priestess speaks her truth: "I am the eternal keeper of ancient wisdom. Mine is the quest for knowledge. I show the balance of dark and light in this world, as well as the harmony between the spiritual and mundane.. I am not merely an observer; I radiate the energy of experience... As the divine feminine, I stir deeper feelings of personal and universal love than you have ever known. As a result, you are free to be receptive and active in your relationships... I am your memory, the storehouse of all your successes, failures, dreams and fantasies. I am your dream guide. I inspire through mediation. Use me to translate your experience into personal wisdom... My presence encourages you to become discriminating in your choices and to become conscious of the difference between the image you have of yourself and who you really are."
Are you ready to learn the mysteries of these goddesses and step into your priestess power? Join us in the Goddess Temple. This is Summer School for the Soul.