I don’t know how far everyone is into this book so I’ll share a few quotes from the first chapters.
I’ve posted about the energy work exercises in the Spiral Dance but the conceptual parts of it are great too!
As a male witch, I identified with this paragraph, in page 34 of my book, as it is common for men to feel excluded from circles of Goddess-worshippers for different reasons:
“The Goddess is also important for men. The oppression of men in Father God-ruled patriarchy is perhaps less obvios but no less tragic than that of women. Men are encouraged to identify with a model no human being can successfully emulate: to be minirulers of narrow universes…”
“…every male brought up in a traditional home develops an intense early identification with his mother and therefore carries within him a strong feminine imprint. The symbol of the Goddess allows men to experience and integrate the feminine side of their nature, which is often felt to be the deepest and most sensitive aspect of the self. The Goddess does not exclude the male; She contains him, as a pregnant woman contains a male child…”