It's Dress Like A Goddess Week and I have to say that I had a blast styling this blog post today! It reminded me of when I was a boutique store manager in Iowa...oh, how I miss the fun of dressing up every single day to go to work! And then I realized, I don't have to miss it...I can get dressed up every day regardless of what it is that I do!
So, I want to say thank you to the organizers of this event ( Marie Bargas, Z Budapest, Bobbie Grennier...and all my sisters at the Susan B. Anthony Coven) for helping me to remember this truth!
Dress Like a Goddess Week is a special project of the Susan B. Anthony Coven to help raise Goddess consciousness. To quote Bobbie Grenier, SBA High Priestess, "Fashion is another word for 'confidence.' When a woman puts on ornaments that make her feel that her beauty is enhanced, she feels more beautiful, bold, and confident. She feels like the goddess she is."
It is my intention and hope that this event inspires you to dress like YOUR favorite goddess, today and everyday!
Shinto Goddess of Ribald Humor, daughter of the dawn and bringer of joy.
When the sun goddess Amaterasu had hidden herself in a cave, thus covering the earth in darkness and infertility, it was Uzume who brought her back. With her suggestive dances she managed to make the gods laugh so hard, that Amaterasu left the cave intrigued. Her emerging brought light and life back to earth.
Sovereignty Goddess of Self Care
Beautiful Melusine was courted by a handsome duke who asked her hand in marriage. She told him she could bring him great wealth, but in exchange for this, she requested one thing only -- to be left alone Saturdays so she could self care. He agreed, and for years left her to her Saturday sanctuary. But one day he became suspicious and spied on her while she bathed. He was shocked to see she had a mermaid tale! When she noticed he had been spying on her, she sprouted dragon wings and flew away, never to be seen again.
Athena Greek Goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, mathematics, strength, war strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill in ancient Greek religion and mythology.
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My name is Dawn Champine and I am the Creatrix of The Goddess Diaries. I am very passionate about helping women remember their REAL GODDESS selves.