Carol Christ Goddess Pilgrimage Crete

Carol Christ Goddess Pilgrimage Crete Carol Christ Goddess Pilgrimage Crete

"Nurture life.

Walk in love and beauty.

Trust the knowledge that comes through the body.

Speak the truth about conflict, pain, and suffering.

Take only what you need.

Think about the consequences your actions for seven generations.

Approach the taking of life with great restraint.

Practice great generosity.

Repair the web." 


Nine Touchstones of Goddess Spirituality

Carol P. Christ

"The Goddess is the intelligent embodied love that is the ground of all being." Carol P. Christ

Find Carol’s books at your local bookstore or on Amazon: Rebirth of the Goddess, She Who Changes, Diving Deep and Surfacing, Odyssey with the Goddess, Laughter of Aphrodite, Womanspirit Rising, Weaving the Visions.

Follow Carol on Mondays on Feminism and Religion

Read Why Women Need the Goddess, the essay that helped to launch the Goddess movement.

Be moved by Elizabeth Chloe Erdmann’s Conversation with Carol.

Discover Who Is Ariadne?

Contemplate A New Naming for Ancient Crete.

Savor Carol’s meditations on the Goddess and Crete: The Labrys; New Glossary for Crete; Exciting New Research on Matriarchal Societies; Our Mother Whose Body is the Earth; Gratitude and Sharing; Mermaid: Goddess of the Sea; She Who Changes; Why a Goddess Pilgrimage?; What I Learned on the Goddess Pilgrimage

Reflect on Carol’s insightful definition of Patriarchy as a System of Male Dominance Created at the Intersection of the Control of Women, Private Property, and War, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

Ponder Carol's essay "Finding Ancestor Connection" in Feminism and Religion in the 21st Century.

See Carol in Signs Out of Time andThe Goddess Remembered.

Listen to Carol on Goddess Alive Radio, Voices of WomenWATER, Creative Matrix Live, and Voices of the Sacred Feminine 2010 and 2014.

Invite Carol to give a workshop or lecture in the US, Europe, or elsewhere.

Learn from Carol on the Goddess Pilgimage to Crete!

"Carol Christ gives us a spirituality as grounded as it is revelatory,one that can be lived."

Susan Griffin, author of Woman and Nature