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Jailbreaking the Goddess Jailbreaking The Goddess Is A Revolutionary Revisioning Of The Feminine Divine Where The Maiden, Mother, Crone Archetypal System Is Tied To Female Biology And Physical Stages Of Life, The Fivefold Model Liberates The Female Experience From The Shackles Of The Reproductive Model.In A Woman S Lifetime, She Will Go Through Several Different Cycles Of Beginnings, Potential, Creation, Mastery, And Wisdom This Fivefold Model Is Not An Adaption Of The Threefold It Is A New System That Embraces The Powerful, Fluid Nature Of The Lived Experience Of Women Today.Join Lasara Firefox Allen As She Explores The Nature Of The Five Archetypes Gives Examples Of What Areas Of Life Each Might Preside Over Lists Goddesses That Fit Within Each Archetype Suggests Ways To Begin Building Relationship With The Different Archetypes And Provides Simple Rituals For Recognition, Transition, And Invocation.


10 thoughts on “Jailbreaking the Goddess

  1. says:

    Jailbreaking the Goddess, Jailbreaking your WomanselfPatriarchy has always labeled womens life by their biological utility in patriarchal society Young Adult Woman for sex , Adult Woman for bearing children , and Old Woman useless for patriarchy Goddess Spirituality Movement fixed this oppression through the celebration of the triple Goddess faces Maiden, Mother, and Crone But the Goddess Movement missed a point patriarchy imprisoned women in their biology, without acknowledging the plu Jailbreaking the Godd...


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    I had been laid off My apartment was full of something I was wildly allergic to, and a vicious injury basically kept me from doing anythingstrenuous than sitting up for longer than fifteen minutes at a time, three times a day And I was just about to learn that the vision of the goddess that I had had for over a decade was steeped in patriarchal baggage No way, nope, there is no possible wait The longer I thought about it, theI realized this was right the vision that we have of he I had been laid off My apartment was full of something I was wildly allergic to, and a vicious injury basically kept me from doing anythingstrenuous than sitting up for longer than fifteen minutes at a time, three times a day An...


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    We already have a copy, and I finished ittoday This book absolutely blew my mind and challenged assumptions and ideas about feminist spirituality, in a very good way It took me a long time to read through it, as I had to read and process slowly, it s very deep and gives A LOT to think about It made me re think a lot about where we are as Pagans in our evolution Lasara is re visioning the three fold aspects of The Goddess, and breaking away from the connection of the feminine divine to the fe We already have a copy, and I finished ittoday This book absolutely blew my mind and challenged assumptions and ideas about feminist spirituality, in a very good way It took me a long time to read through it, as I had to read and process slowly, it s very deep and gives A LOT to think about It made me re think a lot about where we are as Pagans in our evolution Lasara is re vi...


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    to see if it s not super cissexistActual Review 5 12 17I was really excited to read this book, but in the end, i don t think it was meant for me The information and viewpoint of the book, for me, wasn t new I was glad to see it and read it, knowing that others would read it have a new viewpoint to try I m really surprised that Llewellyn, of all publishers, published this book, with its talk of cultural appropriation, decolonization, and accepting trans women as women among other point to see if it s not super cissexistActual Review 5 12 17I was really excited to read this book, but in the end, i don t think it was meant for me The information and viewpoint of the book, for me, wasn t new I was glad to see it and read it, knowing that others would read it have a new viewpoint to try I m really surprised that Llewellyn, of all publishers, published this book, with its talk of cultural appropriation, decolonization, and accepting trans women as women among other points But aside from that, it wasn t anything ground breaking for me, personally For me, maybe because i m younger used to use Tumblr religiously, these concepts were almost matter of fact Of course cultural appropriation is bad, of course trans women are women, etc etc I think this book isfor Pagan people who hunger to see themselves in Paganism, as well as those Pagan people who are open to having their minds expanded As in POC Pagans, trans ...


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    I really wanted to like this book a lotthan I did It didn t feel like it accomplished being a radical revisioning as effectively as it wanted to be It felt like a book for white Pagans unpacking racism colonization white privilege, which is a perfectly worthwhile topic for a book, but I would have expected something calling itself a radical revisioning to actually decenter whiteness instead of just using white privilege as a platform to explain how to maybe sort of start thinking a I really wanted to like this book a lotthan I did It didn t feel like it accomplished being a radical revisioning as effectively as it wanted to be It felt like a book for white Pagans unpacking racism colonization white privilege, which is a perfectly worthwhile topic for a book, but I would have expected something calling itself a radical revisioning to actually decenter whiteness instead of just using white privilege as a platform to explain how to maybe sort of start thinking about what decentering whiteness might be likewithout actually doing it It also felt frustrating that the author started out by naming an intention to include transgender people, but didn t really do that throughout the book, and rarely if ever made efforts to fully include nonbinary people Again, it s perfectly valid to have a book focusing on women and women s experiences, but this book claimed to be a radical revisioning of feminist spirituality , and I think that to effectively accomplish that g...


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    I received an e copy of this book for review purposes.Reading Jailbreaking the Goddess was like reconnecting with a long lost friend Every few paragraphs I found myself saying Yes She gets it or Of course That makes perfect sense The questions Lasara poses are challenging, because they require us to look deeply at our own spiritual practices and see if we are honoring or appropriating with our religious practices if we are helping others for our own spiritual and political gain or beca I received an e copy of this book for review purposes.Reading Jailbreaking the Goddess was like reconnecting with a long lost friend Every few paragraphs I found myself saying Yes She gets it or Of course That makes perfect sense The questions Lasara poses are challenging, because they require us to look deeply at our own spiritual practices and see if we are honoring or appropriating with our religious pr...


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    Jailbreaking the Goddess by Lasara Firefox Allen A Radical and Refreshing RethinkingTrying to discuss the intersection of spirituality and activism is a funny thing Especially when you ve been kind of distanced from both for a while I had the pleasure of meeting Lasara in Los Angeles this past spring at a Jailbreaking the Goddess workshop at the Crystal Matrix store, during which she discussed some of the key points of her recent work It was the kind of thing t...


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    What can I say about such a revolutionary book It s a whole new way to think about the goddess that doesn t rely on biology It sthan refreshing It really is revolutionary.I am not a Mother and I am not a Crone, I m somewhere in between but the old way of looking at it doesn t have a place for me, a 45 year old perimenopausal cisgendered woman In Lasara s system, I would say I m Creatrix and Sapientia but there s also the playful Femela and some Potens as well Read the book to find ou What can I say about such a revolutionary book It s a whole new way to think about the goddess that doesn t rely on biology It sthan refreshing It really is revolutionary.I am not a Mother and I am not a Crone, I m somewhere in between but the old way of looking at it doesn t have a place for me, a 45 year old perimenopausal cisgendered woman In Lasara s system, I would say I m Creatrix and Sapientia but there s also the playful Femela and some Potens as well Read the book to find outabout these phases We can be in any of these phases at any time of our lives, several at a time It s not a linear system Because this system is not tied to biology, these can apply to anyone of any gender.Lasara also in...


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    I m not even into Goddess spirituality, but I would join a coven or group centered on the fivefold Goddess introduced in this book.


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    It was refreshing to read a book on Witchcraft and Paganism that discussed colonization, cultural appropriation and transphobia so overtly The fact that this book creates space for decolonizing magickal thought is revolutionary in and of itself So much of pagan belief and work has shied away from addressing this, or has fallen into knee jerk reactionism when attempts have been made It is important to recognize this book as setting up a new discourse on how we talk about Goddess worship This It was refreshing to read a book on Witchcraft and Paganism that discussed colonization, cultural appropriation and transphobia so overtly The fact that this book creates space for decolonizing magickal thought is revolutionary in and of itself So much of pagan belief and work has shied away from addressing this, or has fallen into knee jerk reactionism when attempts have been made It is important to recognize this book as setting up a new discourse on how we talk about Goddess worship This book is very adaptable for any kind of practitioner whether they be curious about witchcraft paganism to those who are coveners who follow established magickal traditions Allen writes in an appoachable, discursive manner far from the sometimes lofty writing styles of past neopagan writers The author makes it abundantly clear that what she lays out in terms of ritual practice are si...