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Stepping in to Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses

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Goddess Ink’s newest offering, Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses is a colorful tapestry of voices illuminating the roles and perspectives of  priestesses in the ancient and modern worlds and weaving them together to create the beautiful fabric of women’s sacred service. The personal essays, academic articles, poetry, rituals, and tools in this book will speak to your heart, inspiring you to step into your own spiritual authority.

Featured in this rich anthology of over 500 pages are works by over 50 authors, including Layne Redmond, Normandi Ellis, Patricia Monaghan, Johanna Stuckey, Jalaja Bonheim, Ruth Barrrett, Shekinah Mountainwater, Kathy Jones, Vivianne Crowley, Asia Shepsut, Jill Hammer, Linda Johnsen, Leilani Birely, Pamela Eakins, Vajra Ma, Mary Moonbow, and a host of other powerful women.

This book is like a luscious and well-appointed buffet dinner: scholarly essays, juicy stories, and thoughtful reflections, personal poems, songs and prayers. It is quite a satisfying meal! -- Vicki Noble, co-creator of Motherpeace, author of Shakti Woman and The Double Goddess.

This work will be seeding the generations after us to continue the research, the relentless reclaiming, the constant agitation, to re create sisterhood. -- Z Budapest, The Holy Book of Women’s Mysteries

This book is a balm for those of us who have held positions of power and then still had to carry out the garbage. -- Ellen Evert Hopman, Priestess of the Forest: A Druid Journey

... a rich and inspiring offering...this world is a sacred place which women may help to heal if we but serve it as priestesses. -- Miriam Robbins Dexter, Whence the Goddesses and Sacred Display: Divine and Magical Female Figures of Eurasia

Celebrates the priestess in all of us. -- Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, She Who Dwells Within: A Feminist Vision of Renewed Judaism and Trail Guide to the Torah of Nonviolence

Enter this rich labyrinth of wisdom prepared to review every aspect of your own calling as a priestess. -- Holli Emore, Executive Director of Cherry Hill Seminary.

This book is a must-read for beginning and mature priestesses.-- Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D., Pagan Every Day