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How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« on: March 21, 2012, 07:57:54 AM »

I'm curious as to how you all embody and take on your God personality in your day-to-day. How do you identify with them?

I have a Goddess with 2 main forms (Maiden & Harlot). Recently I have been observing the weather (And everything really) and seeing how my Goddess has an external life in Nature.
So for example, today is quite bright but cloudy. It is also a season for new beginnings. So I visualized and felt (And became) more the Maiden Goddess. I predominantly associate fine light with the Virgin, and cloudyness with the Whore. They really do complement each other beautifully though. I was able to harmonize with nature as a light, bright, but breezy and wistful Goddess. :-)
Each day though brings something new. I hope you can share some of your day-to-day, supra-mundane God/Goddess experiences here. ;-)
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2012, 04:58:13 PM »

I believe that the Lord and Lady reside in me, so They are always with me.  I see Them in all living things.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2012, 05:48:50 AM »

I believe that the Lord and Lady reside in me, so They are always with me.  I see Them in all living things.

Oh okay. So you don't tend to get creative with inspiration..? You just accept a sort of 'total' presence everywhere. I do too, but also seek personal and specific presences in the manifest. 
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2012, 02:07:12 AM »

You might seek but do you find ?
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2012, 06:43:20 AM »

Here is the thing.  You are well aware that you hit nerves with people every single time you refer to the Goddess as a whore yet you persist in doing so.  It makes it very difficult to even want to reply in a decent manner because you've already irritated people with your post.

You are basically alone in your thoughts on the Goddess in that aspect here.  You have alienated many of the women (not all) here with those ideas because we find it insulting and degrading.

I am more than willing to try and have a conversation with you, however, when you start almost everything calling the Goddess a whore it tends to ruin the whole idea.

You have been asked to stop doing this, yet you persist in doing so in almost every thread you post in.  Are you trying to stir the shit here and cause problems?

I'm very curious, what pantheon do you ascribe too?  What is the name of your whore goddess?
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2012, 10:31:34 AM »

Here is the thing.  You are well aware that you hit nerves with people every single time you refer to the Goddess as a whore yet you persist in doing so.  It makes it very difficult to even want to reply in a decent manner because you've already irritated people with your post.

You are basically alone in your thoughts on the Goddess in that aspect here.  You have alienated many of the women (not all) here with those ideas because we find it insulting and degrading.

I am more than willing to try and have a conversation with you, however, when you start almost everything calling the Goddess a whore it tends to ruin the whole idea.

You have been asked to stop doing this, yet you persist in doing so in almost every thread you post in.  Are you trying to stir the shit here and cause problems?

I'm very curious, what pantheon do you ascribe too?  What is the name of your whore goddess?

Good question... it may add some clarity to the discussion... ;)
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2012, 11:23:57 AM »

He probably won't respond.Just go to another thread.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #7 on: March 30, 2012, 02:42:56 PM »

He probably won't respond.Just go to another thread.

Well... I'll wait; got the rest of my life... *LOL*
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #8 on: April 02, 2012, 08:00:46 AM »

Here is the thing.  You are well aware that you hit nerves with people every single time you refer to the Goddess as a whore yet you persist in doing so.  It makes it very difficult to even want to reply in a decent manner because you've already irritated people with your post.

You are basically alone in your thoughts on the Goddess in that aspect here.  You have alienated many of the women (not all) here with those ideas because we find it insulting and degrading.

I am more than willing to try and have a conversation with you, however, when you start almost everything calling the Goddess a whore it tends to ruin the whole idea.

You have been asked to stop doing this, yet you persist in doing so in almost every thread you post in.  Are you trying to stir the shit here and cause problems?

I'm very curious, what pantheon do you ascribe too?  What is the name of your whore goddess?

It's funny...the way you describe, in your interpretation of my words. Your descriptions utilize the negative connotation of the word whore, because that's what it means to you (And to be fair, most people). I don't use it like an epithet. I accept that everything, every word has a positive or negative aspect to it. Even 'virgin' to me has a negative dimension (Negative as in, destructive or stifling development of life). How many of you explore that 'virgin' might not always embody the good and the just..?

I don't know what exactly a pantheon is, but I don't assign names such as 'Gemma' or 'Michelle', or even 'Artemis'.
She has a presence everywhere. The Virgin (Not specifically Mary) is the laws of the cosmos, and the individual character of things. The Whore is the embodiment of chaos and dissolution. Humans are also capable of creating rules as a result. Sometimes humans get carried away with rules, and stifle a people. This is when disruption is required to break such dogma. So the relationship is something like this.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #9 on: April 02, 2012, 08:13:36 AM »

It's funny...the way you describe, in your interpretation of my words. Your descriptions utilize the negative connotation of the word whore, because that's what it means to you (And to be fair, most people). I don't use it like an epithet. I accept that everything, every word has a positive or negative aspect to it. Even 'virgin' to me has a negative dimension (Negative as in, destructive or stifling development of life). How many of you explore that 'virgin' might not always embody the good and the just..?

I don't know what exactly a pantheon is, but I don't assign names such as 'Gemma' or 'Michelle', or even 'Artemis'.
She has a presence everywhere. The Virgin (Not specifically Mary) is the laws of the cosmos, and the individual character of things. The Whore is the embodiment of chaos and dissolution. Humans are also capable of creating rules as a result. Sometimes humans get carried away with rules, and stifle a people. This is when disruption is required to break such dogma. So the relationship is something like this.
That sounds like a discordian concept. And your description of your goddess sounds like Eros.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #10 on: April 02, 2012, 08:26:37 AM »

That sounds like a discordian concept. And your description of your goddess sounds like Eros.

Yeah, Eros. :-) Sounds about right.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #11 on: April 02, 2012, 08:28:19 AM »

No try TROLL!

Crappy using my real name but you know, I don't expect any better.
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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #12 on: April 02, 2012, 08:57:20 AM »

That sounds like a discordian concept. And your description of your goddess sounds like Eros.

Read a bit about Discordianism. Sounds interesting. Some bits really resonate with me. Above all my Goddess is 'The Player'. I've been mentally stating this for a while now. Perception is reality; what we usually call reality is completely subjective.

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Re: How do YOU embody your goddess/god in the day-to-day?
« Reply #13 on: April 02, 2012, 11:00:48 AM »

That sounds like a discordian concept. And your description of your goddess sounds like Eros.

Eros... or Eris?  TROLL sounds accurate as well... just sayin'
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« Reply #14 on: April 02, 2012, 12:40:11 PM »

Yeah I hit the "o" which is beside the "i" lol.  However, thinking about it.....the story of Eros and Psyche is a real soap opera unto itself.
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