Elizabeth Hibel, Goddess Brigit attunement
The Pagan goddess Brigid is perhaps one of the oldest goddesses of Celtic Europe still recognized and worshipped. In fact, until the midtwentieth century in Scotland, she was still welcomed in at Imbolc by the symbolic rekindling of the hearth fire after the house had been cleaned from top to bottom for spring.
Brigid has been known by many names, mostly depending upon the specific location or time period. Worshipped in Ireland, Wales, Spain, France, and Britain, she was called Brighde in Ireland, Bride in Scotland, Brigantia in Northern Britain, Brigandu in France, and also known as Brid, Brig and Brighid. The name Bridget is the Christianization of these pre-Christian goddess names as will be discussed below. Her name is taken to mean "Power," "Renown" and "Fiery Arrow of Power."
She was the Goddess of Healers, Poets, Smiths, Childbirth and Inspiration
She was also Goddess of Fire and Hearth and a patron of warfare.
She is said to be present at every birth.
She was Goddess of Inspiration, she blesses poetry, creativity, prophecy and arts.
She was even esteemed as the patron deity of language, having inspired the alphabet.
As the Goddess of Smithcraft, she blesses blacksmiths, goldsmiths, and other crafters of the household.
As Goddess of Healing, she blesses physical and spiritual healing, fertility of crop and livestock and mid-wifery.
As a Goddess of Herbalism, Midwifery and Healing she was in charge of Water as well as Fire.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE :
• The attunement in a Chi-ball.
• Digital manual and certificate
• Help and support if necessary
AND you can pass this beautiful energy onto others!
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