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Find Inner Strength and Passion from These 11 Empowering Goddesses

Find Inner Strength and Passion from These 11 Empowering Goddesses

by | Sep 24, 2018 | Self-Improvement

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Goddesses and other inspiring female deities have been worshiped for many years, and in this day and age, we can all still learn and grow from their strength. Their stories remain relevant in a modern context, and each displays their own encouragement through a unique story and set of strengths. For example, call upon the Hindu goddess Saraswati to restore a flow of wisdom within your career or daily ventures or channel the Egyptian goddess Seshat to overcome a creative block in your artistic endeavors.

Find strength and passion from these 11 goddesses. Which of these goddess do you relate to most? #innerstrength

Utilize the courage and wisdom present in these long worshipped goddesses to invigorate your own girl power and enliven your full potential, regardless of the journey’s path. Check out the 11 goddesses below, and find which speaks to and motivates you the most! Learn more from the original article from invaluable.com.

They’re all pretty fabulous, aren’t they? Which goddess do you most relate to?

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  1. Torey Schell

    I love what they all represent but I would have to say that Hera’s wisdom is the one that is resonating with me the most right now. After battling with depression and anxiety over the years it’s taken me a long time to get to the place where I am now to feel like I can own my story and live my life how I dreamed.

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    • Ali Michelle

      Hi Corey, I can see how Hera might resonate with you. She’s my favorite too. I know the struggle of living with depression and anxiety and finally getting to the point where you realize you’re starting to win the battle. Our strength develops over time–even when we don’t realize it. Thank you so much for stopping by! I love your blog, by the way. It’s beautiful ? – Ali

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