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PDF Õ BOOK Priestess of Avalon Priestess of the Goddess FREE ì KATHY JONES ¶ ❰Read❯ ➫ Priestess of Avalon Priestess of the Goddess: A Renewed Spiritual Path for the 21st Century : A Journey of Transformation within the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury and the Isle of Avalon AS an inspiring and exhilarating journey into the Heart of the Goddess • the Mysteries of Avalon • the renewed Priestess of Avalon tradition • the Goddess way in the sacred land • the experiences of other Priestesses who have also chosen this spiritual pa Inspirational book for everyone interested in deepening the practice as a priestess with emphasis on celtic culture Sadly uite dogmatic at times it contains valuable advices and exercises that can be adapted to one's own spiritual 'system'

EBOOK Å A Renewed Spiritual Path for the 21st Century é Kathy Jones

Cred land and to Her people This is an ancient yet ever new spiritual calling which speaks to many women and men in the present day for this Great Goddess is the missing piece of our modern picture the Divine Feminine the Lady of our hearts This book provide So far I am amazed I love this book I find parts of myself opening again that I didn't even notice were closed offI finished the book a long time ago and I am currently re reading it as it was that good

Kathy Jones é A Journey of Transformation within the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury and the Isle of Avalon DOC

Priestess of Avalon Priestess of the Goddess A Renewed Spiritual Path for the 21st Century A Journey of Transformation within the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury and the Isle of AvalonThe Lady of Avalon is the Goddess who dwells on the Isle of Avalon the mysterious otherworldly paradise which lies across the waters beyond the mists A Priestess or Priest of Avalon is one who devotes herhimself to the service of the Lady of Avalon to Her sa I have since day one always struggled with the rigidly dogmatic and anti male sentiments of the Glasto centric bias in the Priestess books and training of the author As an anthropologist and priestess I have made the myths of the Isles a large part of my life I read this book and trained in Glastonbury previous to my academic studies I learned the hard way that many of the ideas in this book of the use of the landscape and its sacred places is conjecture not fact I have had to remain to remain true to Avalon by taking anything in this book the training or any other that claims to 'know' the mystery with a very small grain of salt This book has much seasonal and historical information about many sites of which the narratives are insightful and entertaining but as for the author's interpretations again the grain of salt I have been to many of these sites as both a priestess and as an academic How she draws her conclusions and worse yet the lack of references for where she gets her information is misleading and disappointing I have learned that we need to let the landscape tell us what is about Otherwise these as with any teachings are no better than any other belief system superimposing its dogma on the land There is to the Isle of Avalon than is permitted in these works because of the author's fervent feminization of even the most sacred and masculine of sacred sights and deities Read with scrutiny Believe me dogma is alive and well in Glastonbury or as they like to call it Nolava Avalon spelled backwards again Nolava? does not exist the author fabricated this goddess She never existedFor anyone who wants the truth about the landscape or about the goddess or priestesses look further than this book I have had to because as Kathy's student what she taught was either incomplete or just fictional I wanted fewer priestess robes garlands sacred drama feminist drum banging and parading around the High St and understanding of what was and is sacredly there I had to look further to find factual accurate information The true and mystical Avalon is there but behind and between It certainly is than this biased interpretation I walked this path in faith and have been let down by the fervor of the near fundamentalism of this path and tradition To be a true Priestess it takes than a book and a deeper fact based understanding of the ancient beliefs traditions and cultures within the ancient world I was disappointed to discover so many years later after going to England to train with the author that much of these teachings was simply conjecture and fantasy and simply not true however There are some really awesome women mentioned in the back of the book though who though not as well known as Kathy with her dominance over all thing Glastonbury they are doing extraordinary work in their own humbler paths all over the world I suggest reading their works