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by Janine Canan

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1587901293
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978-1587901294
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Janine Canan
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Regent Press (May 14, 2007)
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305 pages
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Goddesses, Goddesses" by Janine Canan opens and closes with the two most influential women in the author's life: Iris Murdoch and Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the Indian saint and humanitarian spiritual leader better known as Ammachi

Goddesses, Goddesses" by Janine Canan opens and closes with the two most influential women in the author's life: Iris Murdoch and Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the Indian saint and humanitarian spiritual leader better known as Ammachi. The lives, personalities and passions of these two Women could not be more disparate, yet seeing both through Canan's visionary, magnanimous embrace, all controversies in the mind of the reader vanish.

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Janine lives in California’s Valley of the Moon, where she is a practitioner of holistic psychiatry, graduate of New York University School of Medicine and Stanford cum laude, and a follower of the Indian saint and humanitarian Mata Amritanandamayi.

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Goddesses in Every Woman. 364 Pages · 2008 · . 3 MB · 21,037 Downloads ·English. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.

1997: Goddess Poems, Janine Canan, Sagittarius Press, Port Townsend, Wash. 1998: Love, Enter, Janine Canan, Open Bone Press, Port Angeles, Wash. 2000: Changing Woman, Janine Canan, Scars Publications, Chicago. 2000: Star in My Forehead: Selected Poems by Else Lasker-Schüler, translated by Janine Canan, Holy Cow! Press, Duluth, Minn.

Award-winning author Dr. Janine Canan, M.D., offers her lyrical reflections on art, nature, history, masculine and feminine, the Great Mother, spirituality and love. Journeying with Canan, we meet Iris Murdoch, Else Lasker-Schüler, Marija Gimbutas, James Broughton, Diane Di Prima, Alma Villanueva, Ali Akbar Khan, Mata Amritanandamayi, and other visionaries of our time.
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  • Kipabi
"Goddesses, Goddesses" by Janine Canan opens and closes with the two most influential women in the author's life: Iris Murdoch and Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the Indian saint and humanitarian spiritual leader better known as Ammachi. The lives, personalities and passions of these two Women could not be more disparate, yet seeing both through Canan's visionary, magnanimous embrace, all controversies in the mind of the reader vanish. The author takes us through an autobiographic journey of her poet's heart--where Goddesses embody friends and they in turn interpret Goddesses--to exquisite vistas of strength, vulnerability and beauty. The journey she describes sparkles and flows encountering the philosopher's stone which transforms the author herself in Goddess' vessel.

Canan takes the reader through mystic psychic journeys and interesting trips, as she weaves relationships, professional experiences, passages from her other books and her remarkable friend's books, leading to the appreciation of Upanishdic insights, until her rebirth as daughter of Goddess; a lifelong journey which changes her psychiatric practice. The author does not offer the reader all the details, as poet Janine Canan speaks intensely to the reader's conscience through gentle inference--prompting one to expand, self-explore and introspect. If the reader wants to know more, s/he has to search further, deep within--the poet distills the essence, not the dirt.

"Goddesses, Goddesses" invites the reader's Goddess to emerge from unconscious neglect. From Goddess autobiography disguised in essays, through encounters with Goddesses in select personalities, Canan is present with the reader in subtle ways as she keeps expanding spaces for Goddesses presence to emerge. Reading "Goddesses, Goddessses" brings the Goddesses in my life into greater clarity as they sit together and merge in laughter for infinity, only to return to the myriad rays or offices and services to humanity that occupy each one of them in Maya, our warpnhoof called life time.
  • Jorius
These essays, written between 1978 and 2005 and published in various places, appear for the first time in one book. They document Janine Canan's life journey as a poet, see Changing Woman, 2000, and In the Palace of Creation, 2003, and as a spiritual seeker. Each essay describes an encounter with a poet, writer or musician who influenced Canan's life. Each essay reveals Canan's discovery of the feminine in an artist's work and life. Her prose like her poetry is sensuous, startling and precise. Her revelations on page after page are captivatingly personal and in their power and beauty are universally instructive.