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Aphrodite’s Transformation reading for lovers
Aphrodite’s month. Aphrodite is a Greek goddess of love and beauty. Her Roman equivalent is Venus.
Adonia, a joint festival of Aphrodite and her partner Adonis, is celebrated on the first full moon following the Northern spring equinox, often roughly as the same week the Christian festival of Easter is celebrated. The fourth day of each month is considered a sacred day of both Aphrodite and her son Eros.
Transformation reading : At this stage, you will knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the schooling of life is found within, and that each of us has the freedom to become fully awake through my efforts and will. New levels of spiritual insight and contentment will floods in on a regular basis and are readily assimilated. Wells of creativity and vitality are unearthed. Your power to serve the world with great compassion and skill comes to the serfice and no longer hiding your light .
Awakening to the Archetype –Awakened Aphrodite: The path into Awakened Aphrodite’s embrace entails constant discernment, for She embodies the truth of real love. No longer does She confuse mere seduction, which is fear-based, with love, which knows no fear. Loving and kind to all women and men, She refuses to perpetuate the competitive and jealous ways of others. She is at home in Her physical body and grateful for the gift of life. She shares this joy with all around Her. She attracts many things to herself, yet knows the path of discrimination.
i will teach you to : Take time for yourself. Sleep when you need to, vacation and play when it is appropriate. Do not overwork or bury yourself in competitive work habits. and show you how to Awakened Aphrodite in your life. Live life fully. Above all else, not be afraid to love completely and honestly.once you learn to Honor thyself and love will return one thousand times over.
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Devotional offerings to Aphrodite can include incense, fruit (particularly apples and pomegranates), flowers (particularly fragrant roses), sweet dessert wine (particularly Commandaria wine from Cyprus), and cakes made with honey.