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Recommended Books

The Chalice and the Blade by Riane Eisler. "The most significant book since Darwin's Origin of the Species" details the rich herstory of ancient goddess culture, its recent patriarchal repression, and a plan for gylanic partnership to heal the rift between our genders and our planet. Must reading!

The Heart of the Goddess by Hallie Austin. Over 70 oversize plates of goddess pictures, with fine descriptive text. Austin offers moving meditation rituals for connecting with the spirit of each image. 20 plates depict Sacred Source images.

Green Man by William Anderson. "The next stage of the ecological revolution begins with reawakening the male counterpart of the Goddess, a long suppressed archetype found in folklore and religion from earliest times." A healing volume, especially for men.

Tantra - The Art of Conscious Loving by Charles & Caroline Muir, 134 pgs. Sacred sexuality is made easily understandable in this excellent guide to the ancient knowledge of the higher use of our erotic energies.

Cult of the Black Virgin by Ean Begg, 289 pgs. Connecting the Black Madonna to her fertility antecedents, hundreds of pagan sources of today's spiritual traditions are compellingly explored by a preeminent researcher.

Refusing to Be a Man by John Stoltenberg, 225 pgs. This revolutionary examination of male sexual identity reveals the enormous human cost of maintaining patriarchy as a social system. Offers liberating new models for feelings and thinking.

The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets by Barbara G. Walker, 1121 pgs. For men, too! Simply the most thorough reclaiming of earth-nurture available. 1350 entries explore the hidden pockets of history and custom. The scales will fall from your eyes.

Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, 262 pgs. This marvelous Socratic dialog between a student and a brilliant silverback gorilla lucidly explores the question of sustainable ecology. Perfect gift for a graduate, or for any Earth healer.

Thelma and Louise 1991. This remarkable film portrays the hypocrisy and chauvinism of our dominator culture, and the escape from consumerism to freedom that is possible by acts of personal empowerment. Can men and women rediscover the openness, patience, safety, and listening needed to heal the wounds this film reveals? Only by re-imaging our culture. Available at video rental outlets.

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