Wed, Jan 25|
Connect to the mind and follow your heart with the Goddess who brings us the strength to believe and remind us of the power of love, also known as Goddess of Soul.
Time & Location
Jan 25, 8:00 PM
About the event
In honor of synchronicity and because the Valentines Day is close, we just had Friday the 13th as well and Aphrodite/Venus are one in the same a Mother to Eros or Cupid. Also Fridays and 13 connect to the Divine Feminine Venus Energy and it just seems to fit and make sense.
Next Month we will connect to Venus/Aphrodite and soon the Goddess Activations will come to end
This is a short time of reflecting the story of Psyche and any cards that come to share collective messages for those who attend the Live event.
Then we do a Guided Meditative ritual magick to manifest the love, beauty, grace and soul powers of the Goddess and ask to release what is no longer serving us. Candles nandn sound tools are used and these often run 1 to 2 hours
One of the most celebrated characters in Greek mythology. Known as the goddess of the soul, her name meant “breath of life,” and she was linked closely to the inner human world. Her beauty rivalled that of Aphrodite
Like many of the Greek deities, Aphrodite was no stranger to jealousy. Claims that Psyche’s beauty was a rival to her own instead of a blessing made the goddess furious.One of Aphrodite’s favorite ways to get revenge on those who wronged her was by calling on her son, Eros. With a single shot from his arrows, Eros could make anyone fall desperately in love.
Aphrodite planning to have Eros target Psyche. Making the beautiful young girl fall madly in love with an unsuitable man would lead to a lifetime of misery.
Eros, who was always obedient to his mother’s commands, set out to make Psyche fall in love with the most hideous, ill-fated man alive.The king and queen, meanwhile, had their own concerns about Psyche’s future.
Her sisters had been married to suitably wealthy and powerful men, but no suitors had come to seek their youngest daughter’s hand. Psyche’s beauty made men love her from afar, but no one dared to hope to marry her.
When they learned of the wishes set upon her they were Convinced Psyche would become the wife of a dreadful monster, her parents prepared to send her to the mountaintop where they were told her groom waited. What they, and Aphrodite, did not know was that Eros had failed in his mission to bring doom on the unfortunate girl. As he had lined up his shot, he had pricked his own finger with one of his magical arrows.
Eros himself had fallen in love with Psyche.
The link is sent with the email today and on the night of the event$20.00