Goddess in the Bedroom: Thursday Night

Goddess in the Bedroom:


Nut (/nʌt/ or /nuːt/)[n 1] or Neuth (/nuːθ/ or /njuːθ/; also spelled Nuit or Newet) is the goddess of the sky in the Ennead of ancient Egyptian religion. She was seen as a star-covered nude woman arching over the earth,[1] or as a cow.
NutNut (Nuit or night)

Symbols: stars, the night sky, cows

Cult Center: Heliopolis

“The goddess Nut was the daughter of Shu andTefnut and the wife of Geb, the earth god. She was the goddess of the daytime sky and the place where clouds formed. In later periods, she was no longer the goddess of the daytime sky, but of the sky in general.” source

Thursday Night: Nut

Egyptian Goddesses

Find Your Goddess Archetype

 The Goddess in the Bedroom: Passionate Woman's Guide to Celebrating Sexuality Every Night of the Week, A Goddess in the Bedroom

I am concluding this second series on suggestions about incorporating the Goddess in daily, found in Zsuzsanna Budapest’s books, Goddess in the Bedroom.

Organize Your Active Life 

Day’s Name: Thursday is named for Thor, Norse God of Thunder

Night’s Atmosphere: music, dream work, praying to the moon

Bach Flower Essence: willow and wild rose

Night’s Bath: money matters, 7 Holy Spirits bath (makes water green)

Make a Lodestone Talisman

Woman on Top

Night’s Spells: for protection, to overcome grief of breaking up

Personal Note:

Tonight I am going to dinner with my exhusband who has now become a lay Buddhist monk. It’s his birthday, 5 days from mine. We are going to a Brit Pub in Philly, called the Dandelion.

janelightJane Leu Rekas, LCSW, is a mental health and transpersonal therapist in private practice in Hood River, OR.  She is also a seasonal color analyst, hypnotist, astrologer and Reiki master.  Facebook


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