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Meet the Greek Goddesses--"Athena, gorgeous, creative, practical, tough-girl protectress; Demeter and Persephone, a mother and daughter combo in charge of fertility and abundance, able to overcome the depths of hell; Aphrodite, goddess of love, with a lust for life; Artemis, strong and independent; Hestia, patron of personal security and hospitality. How to Be a Goddess dr Meet the Greek Goddesses--"Athena, gorgeous, creative, practical, tough-girl protectress; Demeter and Persephone, a mother and daughter combo in charge of fertility and abundance, able to overcome the depths of hell; Aphrodite, goddess of love, with a lust for life; Artemis, strong and independent; Hestia, patron of personal security and hospitality. How to Be a Goddess draws on the ageless examples of the Greek goddesses to help readers tap into their own inner goddesses and embrace excitement, success, and happiness. Valerie Khoo introduces six goddesses: retells their stories and encapsulates the attributes for which each is admired. Together or separately, these Goddess-gals have a lot of clout, and Khoo shows us how to call on their inspiration to change our own lives. With chapters on career, love, domesticity, beauty, and money, How to Be a Goddess can help any woman find new inspiration in ancient wisdom. How to Be a Goddess is packed with stories, exercises, and good ideas for harnessing your inner goddess to turn dreams into reality. "Gift book perfect for a more-than-greeting-card occasion. "Affirming, simple wisdom in a bright mood enhancing package, replete with illustrations of the Goddesses and their get ups. "Follows the buzz of Queen Bee--"its winning format, same market.


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Meet the Greek Goddesses--"Athena, gorgeous, creative, practical, tough-girl protectress; Demeter and Persephone, a mother and daughter combo in charge of fertility and abundance, able to overcome the depths of hell; Aphrodite, goddess of love, with a lust for life; Artemis, strong and independent; Hestia, patron of personal security and hospitality. How to Be a Goddess dr Meet the Greek Goddesses--"Athena, gorgeous, creative, practical, tough-girl protectress; Demeter and Persephone, a mother and daughter combo in charge of fertility and abundance, able to overcome the depths of hell; Aphrodite, goddess of love, with a lust for life; Artemis, strong and independent; Hestia, patron of personal security and hospitality. How to Be a Goddess draws on the ageless examples of the Greek goddesses to help readers tap into their own inner goddesses and embrace excitement, success, and happiness. Valerie Khoo introduces six goddesses: retells their stories and encapsulates the attributes for which each is admired. Together or separately, these Goddess-gals have a lot of clout, and Khoo shows us how to call on their inspiration to change our own lives. With chapters on career, love, domesticity, beauty, and money, How to Be a Goddess can help any woman find new inspiration in ancient wisdom. How to Be a Goddess is packed with stories, exercises, and good ideas for harnessing your inner goddess to turn dreams into reality. "Gift book perfect for a more-than-greeting-card occasion. "Affirming, simple wisdom in a bright mood enhancing package, replete with illustrations of the Goddesses and their get ups. "Follows the buzz of Queen Bee--"its winning format, same market.

28 review for How to Be a Goddess: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Women

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lacey Kennison

    this book was an easy read. it brought out my inner child by having a lot of pictures within its pages. most of this information discussed felt like basic points that i already knew. i liked reading this book for the simplicity of it but i feel like i didn’t learn much, which was the goal.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ellen McKeown

    This is a slim little volume with some “ancient wisdom for modern women'. I must admit that I found it useful. It’s well written without a lot of flowery language. Anything that helps you gain inspiration is a good thing. The book reminded me to follow my passions. It also states that women often worry about being too successful or shining too much in clothing, business and in their personal lives. Don’t repress your inner light – give yourself permission to shine! Make eye contact, walk tall (M This is a slim little volume with some “ancient wisdom for modern women'. I must admit that I found it useful. It’s well written without a lot of flowery language. Anything that helps you gain inspiration is a good thing. The book reminded me to follow my passions. It also states that women often worry about being too successful or shining too much in clothing, business and in their personal lives. Don’t repress your inner light – give yourself permission to shine! Make eye contact, walk tall (Mom would be so proud) and treat others with respect. Life is full of blessings, so grab for an abundant life. There is a lot of wisdom in this little book. Sure, everything here is very common sense, but nothing is less common than common sense. I think we just need to be reminded periodically.

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