What is a Priestess Anyway?

Throughout time and across cultures, women have heard the call into service. In days of old, these women were cloistered and trained for three to nine years into service to the world as a vessel of the Goddess. They were revered and cared for as important members of the community. They were healers, oracles, storytellers, ceremonialists. They were women who were sovereign unto themselves and who walked between the realms as channels of love, wisdom and power. A priestess knows the cycles of the Earth, is trained in the arts of the sorceress, but above all is the hands and voice of the Goddess on the Earth Walk. Her lifetime is a path of service, ritual and living in the joy of embodiment even as she hears and deeply feels the cries of the Earth and her creatures. 

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