Did you know? The women figure and our creative force has been worshiped since ancient times. A sign of this are the numerous figurines called “Venus” found in various archaeological sites, sufficient to admit the important role of women in those prehistoric societies. What for some anthropologists has meant the verification of the existence of a primitive and common cult to the figure of a feminine divinity, The Great Goddess or The Mother Goddess.
Through these figures we remember and honor that universal feminine archetype, which seemed forgotten in time but which is increasingly current and necessary. The Paleolithic Venuses are a reminder of who we are, of the creative divinity that is found within each one of us.
Don’t you know what this is? The power of affirmations.