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The Mother of Us All: Divine Mother Speaks: A Way Forward

Robin H. Heerens Lysne

Who is Divine Mother? She has many names. Some call her Star Woman (darkness behind the Stars from several Native American paths)1, Kali, Holy Ghost, Mâ Ananda Moyî (Ananda Moi Ma), Mother Meera, Amma, Mother Mary, Black Madonna, Virgin of Guadalupe and many other names.

Mother Earth is known today as Gaia. Each and every woman who nurtures others; every care-giving man with compassion are an extention of

Divine Mother. Divine Mother is an energetic reality of beauty, love and compassion that lives around us and inside each of us, and all through

nature. Divine Mother assumes countless forms in all of us.

In order to progress with our environmental issues we need to listen and follow Divine Mother as part of God. She has been ignored by the patriarchal churches that focus on men. This book focuses on how to be in greater harmony with Gaia, or Divine Mother Earth. She also asks for gratitude from companies that are not in harmonious relationships with her. Divine Mother is requesting that we change how we take things from the Earth without her permission that lacks all respect to her generosity to all of humanity as well as all of nature.

The book focuses on how western culture can align with many aspects of the balance of Earth, Air, Water, and Fire, as well as past Yuga cycles that explain how we can align with the current age we are in. This book is here to shift our culture to greater peace, harmony, respect and love of all beings.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Blue Bone Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 15th, 2024
  • Pages: 176
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.19in - 7.00in - 0.38in - 0.64lb
  • EAN: 9781948675154
  • Categories: Channeling & MediumshipClimatic - GeneralDivination - General

About the Author

Lysne, Robin H. Heerens: - Robin Lysne, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D. is the author of twelve books, an artist and energy medicine practitioner, medium and psychic. Currently in 2020-23 she has launched an "Legendary Ancestral Women's Series," with three works of historical fiction to bring to life the courage and wisdom of her Norwegian ancestors.Her current books that are metaphysical are: The Mother of Us All: Divine Mother Speaks: A Way Forward, and Two Worlds One Light, A Memoir of a Medium to be published in February 2024. Her previous books are: Ceremonies from the Heart, for Children, Adults and the Earth, Mosaic: New and Collected Poems, Poems for the Lost Deer, Heart Path, Heart Path Handbook, which contains some of her drawings and paintings, as well as poems. (all published by BlueBoneBooks, Santa Cruz, CA) Earlier works are: Sacred Living, Dancing Up the Moon, (Conari Press). Her poems have been published in: North American Review, Catamaran, Porcupine Literary Arts Magazine, Monterey Bay Poetry Review, Rattle, Phren-Z online Magazine, Porter Gulch Review, Samizdat, Awakening Consciousness Magazine, and others. Her websites are:, and On her days not writing, she paints, offers clients energy medicine, psychic readings and mediumistic readings and workshops. She mentors others who are coming into their abilities no matter what their direction. Publications: NovelsThe Legend of Randine: Entering the SisterhoodThe Legend of Randine: The Laerdal LettersKisti's Royal Garden- narrative Non-fictionPoetryMosaic: New and Collected PoemsPoems for the Lost DeerNon-FictionCeremonies from the Heart, for Children, Adults and the Earth, Heart Path, Learning to Love Yourself and Listening to Your GuidesHeart Path Handbook, for Therapists and Healersall published by Blue Bone Books, Santa Cruz, CASacred Living, 365 Meditations and CelebrationsDancing Up the Moon, A Woman's Guide to Creating Traditions that Bring Sacredness to Daily Lifeboth published by Conari PressThe Mother of Us All: Divine Mother Speaks, A Way ForwardTwo Worlds One Light, A Memoir of a MediumLuminaria-Poetry book- ready for publication
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