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Meet Goddess Acumen and Helen Johnson

By Helen | April 7, 2015 |

Over at Magpies and Ladders they love a good chat… And, well, it’s no secret that I do too… So please find my interview with this fantastic blog, where I discuss the work I do with Goddess Acumen, why I do it, and why it’s so effective… http://magpiesandladders.com/2015/04/07/lets-talk-goddess-acumen-with-helen-johnson/ Enjoy! With much love, Helen x Oxford philosophy…

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The Loving Demands of Your Inner Goddess

By Helen | March 27, 2015 |

In this post I am redirecting you to the wonderful Project Love. Their venture is all about helping women to get ready for love by BECOMING love and embracing life. I wrote a piece for them asking which Goddess is ruling your life life and what does she need? I’d love to share it with…

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Artemis v Persephone: Body and Soul

By Helen | November 22, 2014 | Comments Off on Artemis v Persephone: Body and Soul

On the face of it, Artemis and Persephone have very little in common. So much so that it is hard to see how they could work together. Artemis is all about the wilds, nature, and being in her body. She enjoys physical exertion and the freedom of roaming a rugged terrain. Persephone, on the other…

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Aphrodite v Hera: Love and Power

By Helen | October 5, 2014 | Comments Off on Aphrodite v Hera: Love and Power

If Aphrodite is your good time goddess then Hera is your goddess of responsibility. No wonder these two clash. Interestingly, in the myths, Hera is the wife of Zeus – she has the security and social standing that comes with marriage but it essentially lacks all the elements that drive Aphrodite – passion, love, romance.…

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Athena v Demeter: Work and Family

By Helen | September 11, 2014 | Comments Off on Athena v Demeter: Work and Family

One of the most liberating things about the Goddesses is that they enable us to have a dialogue with the competing aspects of ourselves. By thinking of these parts of ourselves as Goddesses with distinct characters, needs and motivations, it is easier to reconcile our inner conflicts and really listen to what each has to…

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Meet Hera

By Helen | July 7, 2014 | Comments Off on Meet Hera

Hera is noticeable because of her command of herself and others; she has queenly poise and influence.  She is self-assured and has tremendous presence – a force to be reckoned with. Often, her natural capacity for leadership emerges in later life. A modern expression of Hera would be the older matriarch who keeps her household…

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Meet Aphrodite

By Helen | June 20, 2014 | Comments Off on Meet Aphrodite

Aphrodite is the goddess of love, beauty and sexuality, which she recognises as a sacred gift and enthusiastically expresses. She is celebrated and loved for her attractiveness, warmth and charm. Today we are surrounded by cultural depictions of Aphrodite, such as the Hollywood leading lady, but they rarely capture all her facets. Aphrodite is driven…

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Meet Demeter

By Helen | May 6, 2014 | Comments Off on Meet Demeter

Demeter is the goddess of motherhood and oversees the reproductive cycles of both women and nature. She is in touch with the earth and with the body, which is necessary for her to fulfil her role as nurturer. Demeter women feel that their purpose in life is to become a mother and are likely to be…

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Meet Persephone

By Helen | April 22, 2014 | Comments Off on Meet Persephone

Persephone is the goddess of the dead and the underworld, the realm of the mystical and of the departed. She is very inward looking and has an unassuming manner. She possesses a mysterious charm and intensity and has an ethereal quality; there is even perhaps an air of vulnerability about her. In fact, Persephone is…

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Meet Artemis

By Helen | April 8, 2014 | Comments Off on Meet Artemis

  Artemis is a wild woman and with her bow and arrow she is both a protector and a hunter. A modern day expression of Artemis would be something like the character of Katniss in ‘The Hunger Games’ – solitary, athletic, brave, and at home in nature. However, Artemis is more physical, more in sync…

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