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eBook Gardening With the Goddess: Creating Gardens of Spirit and Magick ePub

by Patricia Telesco

  • ISBN: 1564145530
  • Category: Gardening and Landscape Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Patricia Telesco
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Page Books (April 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 223
  • ePub book: 1409 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1839 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 912

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book by Patricia J. Telesco. Dancing With Devas: Connecting With the Spirits and Elements of Nature. Getting the Garden in Tune with the Goddess. In the springtime of year we are all busy with our little or big gardens. Some of us have vegetable gardens, some of us have herb gardens.

In Part 2: Goddess Gardens, I explore various theme gardens (both indoors and out). Here you'll discover a magickal garden dedicated to Hecate, the patroness of witches, a fairy garden dedicated to Dana, the mother of the Fey, and even a zen-styled rock and sand garden that honors the spirit of mental and spiritual liberation. And what exactly can you do with all these gardens? Quite a bit.

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In 365 Goddess, author Patricia Telesco has amassed historical, thematic, and symbolic information in the form of a daily . For example, if you're looking for a devotional or ritual dealing with the theme of change, several dates are provided.

In 365 Goddess, author Patricia Telesco has amassed historical, thematic, and symbolic information in the form of a daily devotional. Spanning worldwide cultures and holidays, each day of the year is devoted to a particular goddess. Holidays, festivals, and feasts are also noted and the author correlates these with attributes of particular goddesses. Other topics include the element of Air, Charity, Karma, Maturity, Protection, Rest, Sexuality, Wealth, and many more. I enjoy using this book as a daily reminder of the many faces and energies of the Goddess.

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Informationen zum Titel Gardening With the Goddess von Patricia Telesco aus der Reihe Creating Gardens of Spirit and Magick For organic gardeners, for magickal practitioners, for people walking in the Goddess tradition, this book blends earth-friendly approaches with sound metaphysical methods for powerful and meaningful results. In the pages of Gardening with the Goddess you will find ideas about: -Land blessings and turning any garden into a sacred space. How to use companion planting effectively with any Goddess garden. Crystal and moon gardening methods.

Gardening with the Goddess: Creating Gardens of Spirit and Magick by Patricia Telesco. spirit witch: bonding with spirit companions, feeling the presences in a room, setting out offerings, seeing shadows out of the corner of your eyes, amethyst. The Folk-Lore of Plants by T. F. Thiselton- Dyer. Natural Magic by Doreen Valiente. fire witch: a whole bunch of scented candles, the smell of incense, cosy warmth, dancing flames, jars of ashes, almost burning the whole house down.

For organic gardeners, for magickal practitioners, for people walking in the Goddess tradition, this book blends earth-friendly approaches with sound metaphysical methods for powerful and meaningful results. In the pages of Gardening with the Goddess you will find ideas about: -Land blessings and turning any garden into a sacred space. -How to use companion planting effectively with any Goddess garden. -Crystal and moon gardening methods. -Creating your own insect repellants and natural fertilizers.

Whether you live in a small apartment or have a huge yard, Gardening with the Goddess provides a wealth of ideas for everything from tiny window ledge efforts to full landscaping projects... and each project can become a type of spiritual therapy where you reconnect with the sacredness of self, earth, and Spirit.

Comments

Beardana Beardana
Really interesting book. Not at all what I expected. But useful none the less.
Ceck Ceck
I found Patricia Telesco's GARDENING WITH THE GODDESS a small disappointment. Although she has obviously done her homework in reviewing relevant material about various culturally diverse female divinities from around the globe, her choices beg the question of "Who or what exactly is the Goddess", and "Who determined the deities described in this text had acquired the status of THE Goddess"? In Part 1 "Goddess-Centered Thinking" Telesco attempts to briefly describe what she means by "The Goddess" but those unfamiliar with the Goddess may find the information insufficient. With few exceptions, little of historical import is known about many of the female deities Telesco includes, so one wonders how she became informed about what sort of garden a specific "goddess" would keep if that goddess kept a garden. Perhaps she received telepathic transmissions, if so I wish she would share as much. Having had these sorts of experiences myself while working in the garden, I can accept that one may find herself creatively inspired without understanding why or by whom.
The dearth of critical gardening information regarding how to create, establish and maintain each garden make the book impractical, although the experienced gardener may find inspiration. Telesco says she is an experienced gardener, but unlike mzny other gardeners-turned writers, she reveals little of practical use based on her experience. Telesco alludes to her failed attempts at gardening with phrases about overwatering and starting seeds too late, but these vague statements may baffle the unintiated trying to decide "do I buy seeds or bedding plants?" "Do I accept a snippet of plant life offered by a neighbor?" Once I decide wether I am a seed person or a bedding plant person (which limits my choices) which plants do want?
Telesco's suggested garden designs for specific various goddess gardens are mostly unhelpful. Where another garden writer might have included illustrations showing how one might lay out a bed and fill it, she does not. Instead, she suggests plants and colors, and shapes and leaves the novice gardener imagining all one has to do to garden is select plants.You can figure out how to arrange everything yourself and whether or not the plants you choose will survive in your yard or even grow together well. There are much better books on gardening available. For example, THE HERBALIST'S GARDEN by Shatoiya and Richard de la Tour combines helpful gardening advice and spiritual inspiration that can be combined to create something for the Goddess. Telesco's book is inspirational but not terribly helpful for actual gardening.
Mr_Jeйson Mr_Jeйson
Each chapter of this book focuses on a different goddess.You can look through the book and choose a goddess that you want to represent in your garden. It tells you which plants that goddess likes best, which colors you should use in the garden,what kind of decorative touches you can use,(that represent the goddess you choose for your garden)
what kind of patterns you can use while planting,(like, if you 'dedicate' your garden to Dana, you can plant your plants in a circle.)The book goes into further detail.I hope that my review has helped you. Blessed be!
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I was looking for a book that would give me guidelines on what plants honor which goddess. It also includes using stones, crystals and statuary that represent the different goddesses. What I found exceptionally helpful was the planting guide for the moon and astrological phases. Too many times I have planted things that should have grown well, but didn't. Since I have been planting by phases I have had tremendous success. I am very pleased with this book.