Remembering the Divine Feminine to Re-envision the World
Minerva’s Owls plumbs the depth of inner and outer consciousness as the new consciousness emerges. It seeks the balance we need to achieve through space and time, individually and as a society, if we are to move forward in any meaningful way. Amid the confusion of painful birth pangs, Minerva’s Owls holds hope for the future as it reinterprets history and the reverence of ancient deities to awaken the sacred feminine.
Woven into the text is the smaller story of inspired and unplanned individual evolution from the vantage of the yoga mat, which echoes our species evolution and finally contributes to the whole, as we each reconnect to the source from which we spring. The themes touched on are very current, reflecting the broader trends of the new consciousness while placing them in a solid historic context.
**This is a pre-order. This book will be released April 11, 2017. Books will ship April 1st.
Praise for Minerva’s Owls
In Minerva’s Owls, Mary Petiet weaves a fascinating and colorful web of yoga, healing and Western wisdom traditions. Filled with the infinite knowing of the feminine divine, this slim volume is packed with enduring wisdom. You will recover your deepest self in these pages.
—Trista Hendren, author of The Girl God series
Minerva’s Owls reads like downloaded sacred wisdom. Petiet has woven a luxurious tapestry, weaving the elements of wisdom, psychology, herstory, yoga and sacred art to tell the tale of human evolution, ultimately leading us full circle, back to Source, our Great Mother. I loved her refresher explaining how we got to this place in time, as well as her wisdom to help us reconnect, even in our busy and material world. Truly comprehensive and inspiring!
—Rev. Dr. Karen Tate, Author, Speaker, Radio Show Host and Social Justice Activist
About Mary Petiet
Mary Petiet is a reporter, writer and story teller. Her work is frequently inspired by her native Cape Cod, where she has covered the local farm beat for Edible Cape Cod magazine for many years.
She is a contributing author to the Girl God Anthology, Jesus, Muhammad and the Goddess, and Wildness: Voices of the Sacred Landscape. She has published a selection of essays and articles in a variety journals and magazines, including Motherhouse of the Goddess.
A graduate of the University of St. Andrews, Mary works as a reporter and is the host of the radio podcast Kitchen Table Mystic.