Rock Your World with the Divine Mother:
Bringing the Sacred Power of the Divine Mother into Our Lives

by Sondra Ray


New World Library, 2007. ISBN 978-1-930722-75-0.
Reviewed by Lee Ambrose
Posted on 03/27/2008

Nonfiction: Faith/Spirituality/Inspiration; Nonfiction: Cultural/Gender Focus

As a student of spiritual disciplines, Sondra Ray believes that inner peace as well as world peace requires the presence of the Divine Mother.

In Rock Your World with the Divine Mother, Ray shares her pilgrimages to holy places and reflects on spiritual women, such as Mother Teresa and Mary Magdalene, who have influenced her.

In the author's words, this book "is to help you achieve miracle consciousness." Throughout, Ray guides readers along a spiritual path to increased awarness.

The Divine Mother is called by many names by many cultures and religions. In China, she is Quan Yin, the goddess of compassion; in Hawaii, the goddess of fire, Pele; in Christianity, she is the Virgin Mary. Ray presents stories, teachings, and prayers designed to create a renewed interest in the feminine qualities from religion and cultural traditions. She also includes a chapter about Spiritual Renewal Breathwork and correlates it to her rebirthing movement. She challenges some of our Westernized thoughts about society and urges people to allow the Divine Mother back into their lives—for their own good and the good of the world.

One needs to be open to new thoughts about spirituality as she reads through the complex aspects of the Divine Mother's influence in life as described by Ray. In today's turbulent times, anyone who is concerned about the direction in which the world is headed should take the time to read Ray's book and seriously consider where there is room for the Divine Mother in their lives.


Sondra Ray is author of seventeen books—I Deserve Love and The Only Diet There Is to name just two. She is a resident of Southern California, where she is a workshop leader and student of spiritual disciplines. She founded the Loving Relationships Training program and is one of the founders of the rebirthing movement. You can visit her Web site.

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