As a priest to the native pagan tradition of Greece and Cyprus, I work and honour the Greek pantheon – Zeus, Aphrodite, Poseidon, Artemis, etc – representing the various functions and aspects of the Universe.
Similar to the Greek pagan tradition, all ancient cultures around the world had their own worldview and honoured the divine through their own representations of gods and goddesses.
The present-day resurgence of earth-based spirituality has awakened the inner priestess and priest within many lightworkers, who either follow the long-standing pagan paths of their cultures or craft their own.
Whatever your religion or spirituality, you can embrace your inner priestess or priest, and learn to honour your definition of the divine in a deeply sacred way.
Julie Parker is the founder of the Priestess Temple School, a global movement devoted to uplifting modern-day priestesses as they explore sacred leadership and service in the 21st century.
In the latest episode of The Lit Up Lightworker podcast, Julie shares what it means to be a priestess as well as the characteristics of the 9 types of priestesses:
- Ritual Priestess
- Ceremonial Priestess
- Beautifier Priestess
- Veil-Lifter Priestess
- Space Holder Priestess
- Artist Priestess
- Diviner Priestess
- Healer Priestess
- Earth-Whisperer Priestess
You can also listen to it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn by searching for The Lit Up Lightworker Podcast.
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