Hmmmmm, normally I would not relate to Mary Magdalene as a Goddess, however, as she was Christ’s Bride and He was the Son of God, then she becomes one. The Gospels never call her a prostitute or a sinner, however, misogynists often call her one. Fear of women? Most likely.
However, like Christ, she was forgiving and overlooks judgements, while loving all unconditionally. And Unconditional Love is the message from this Goddess. Love yourself, others and every situation – no matter what the outward appearances may be.
Often, I think we feel unloved. As if no-one is listening. Know that the Goddess loves you and is all around you. Call on her whenever you need her. She will wipe away your tears and hold you in her arms.
Remember, that Mary Magdalene is not what most people think. She does not defend herself, as she does not lower herself to levels that she does not feel comfortable with. She is one with the divine, just as we all are. All of the lower levels of human nature, such as bickering, judgement, and chaos are just that, lower levels.
Remember to work from the higher consciousness. This is the realm of love. Unconditional love to all, no matter what they have done or said; what they look like; or what walk of life they are from. We are all one in the interconnectedness of all beings. How often do you judge other people and think less of them than you are? Just for today, silently bless each person you meet with unconditional love – no matter their race, colour, creed or actions.
Focus your thoughts on the good things that you can find in people and rise above any negative feelings you have.
Don’t worry what others think or say. Heal this situation with love. Send love to those who have hurt or misjudged you. Forgive yourself for what you think you’ve done or not done. Release old unforgiveness toward others to help yourself heal and move on.