The divine imaged as femalem, and new ways of deepening mystical connection with her, are the focus of this startling and inspiring book. Judith Laura begins by reviewing in easy-to-understand language concepts common to various forms of Goddess spirituality (sometimes called women's or feminist spirituality) that emerged during the 20th century.
She then moves into uncharted territory by re-envisioning the metaphysical basis underlying much of Western mysticism. According to Judith Laura, the Tree of Life, the central symbol of Jewish Kabbalah and Western esoteric Quabala , is rooted in the Goddess. She also encourages the incorporation of contemporary science, such as quantum physics, into the symbolism and practice of Goddess spirituality.