Gods and Goddesses in Love: Making the Myth a Reality for You

Gods and Goddesses in Love Making the Myth a Reality for You In ancient times the Greeks created the gods and goddesses to represent the various personalities of human nature In Gods and Goddesses in Love Agapi Stassinopoulos tells the stories of the primary

  • Title: Gods and Goddesses in Love: Making the Myth a Reality for You
  • Author: Agapi Stassinopoulos
  • ISBN: 9780743470940
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • In ancient times, the Greeks created the gods and goddesses to represent the various personalities of human nature In Gods and Goddesses in Love, Agapi Stassinopoulos tells the stories of the primary goddesses and gods, and how their myths can provide insight into your own romantic relationships Included are two fun and fascinating quizzes one for women to determine thIn ancient times, the Greeks created the gods and goddesses to represent the various personalities of human nature In Gods and Goddesses in Love, Agapi Stassinopoulos tells the stories of the primary goddesses and gods, and how their myths can provide insight into your own romantic relationships Included are two fun and fascinating quizzes one for women to determine their own dominant personality type and which goddess she most embodies and a second that will help every woman understand about the god she is involved with, or searching for In the book, the seven archetypal goddesses are portrayed in modern terms, highlighting not only each goddess s unique strengths but also the pitfalls or stumbling blocks she is likely to encounter in a relationship with her partner Also included are interviews with real couples who reveal how they overcame obstacles to find true love For anyone who desires the self knowledge and empowerment to find their ideal other, Gods and Goddesses in Love is an uplifting, instructive, and enlightening guide for achieving greater fulfillment in love.

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    1. Stassinopolous (Conversations with the Goddesses) injects much personal detail into her book, which characterizes the relationships between the mythical Greek goddesses and gods as archetypes mirroring contemporary human experiences. Self-quizzes identify readers' dominant and secondary Greek archetypes, and the stories of each become metaphorical "guides for freedom" (e.g Demeter/Poseidon couples "fuel each other's creativity and sexuality and help each other grow"). Though potent, these lesson [...]

    2. I read this book strictly for the mythology aspect.The basis of the book is that you take a quiz to see which God and Goddess you and your mate are, then the rest of the book talks about the various pairings , their strength and weaknesses and how best to deal with the problems each pairing has. I wasn't looking for any insights or help into my romantic relationship.For fun, I did the quizzes in Chapter two and the results were that I'm an Athena woman with Aphrodite traits. Neither one of those [...]

    3. I love Jungian psychology. This book explores male/female relationships using the archetypal Greek Gods. It's not a book I read cover to cover. I took the quiz and read the results pertaining to myself. It was enlightening. Got me thinking about the pros and cons of my goddess's behaviors.

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