Author Archives: Glenys D. Livingstone

Our Mother

Our Mother Who is with us, Holy is Our Being. Thy Kin-dom is present. Thy Desire is felt throughout the Cosmos. We graciously receive your Infinite Daily Abundance. May we forgive each other and ourselves our lack of skill and insensitivity. May we understand our Inner Guidance, and perceive each other’s needs. For Thine is […]

The Passing of Last Summer’s Growth

  The ‘passing of last Summer’s growth’ may be a metaphor for the passing of all/any that has come to fullness of being, or that has had a fullness, a blossoming of some kind and borne fruit, which has been received: and it may be in hearts and minds, an event or events, that were […]

Samhain/Beltaine Moment @ EarthGaia May 2019

At this time, as our planet Earth, and we Her inhabitants, orbit Mother Sun in our everyday sacred journey[1], we move into the Seasonal Moment of Samhain/Beltaine: the cross-quarter between Equinox and Solstice – into Deep Autumn towards the Winter Solstice/Gateway in the Southern Hemisphere, and into High Spring towards the Summer Solstice/Gateway in the […]

Conceiving and Nurturing a Poiesis of Her: a PaGaian Cosmology

Written for and included in Elders and Visionaries: Foremothers of the Women’s Spirituality Movement, Miriam Robbins Dexter and Vicki Noble (editors), 2015. It was 1974; I was pregnant, young, single and alone—away from family and community so no-one would know: the child would be given away. I had what I felt to be an epiphany […]

Restoring Dea – Female Metaphor for Deity (Essay Part 3) by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D

This essay is the third part in a series of edited excerpts from chapter 3 of the author’s book,PaGaian Cosmology: Re-inventing Earth-based Goddess Religion. She is grain/food Before She appeared in human form, there were stones, trees, pools, fruits and animals that She either lived in or were identified with Her or parts of Her. For […]

A Poem for the Dark Seasons

CRONE Sliding into the Old One’s merciful Darkness –   into Her unknown blanking out of previous understandings It is an act of mercy It is an act of love.   She covers me with her  Darkness   The blood that fills this space, this Womb is not for death it is for life.   Drawing […]

(Book Review) Hallie Iglehart Austen’s The Heart of the Goddess

This beautiful and ovarian work, The Heart of the Goddess  by Hallie Iglehart Austen, has a new edition. I have the original edition which was published in 1990, and my copy is very worn with zealous use. The images, teachings and meditations within it have been essential to my journey – personally, and professionally, and do […]

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