Mother God reinforces ideas of a feminine principle to correlate with the masculine divinity that has dominated western culture. It begins by reminding us that throughout the centuries, human kind has believed in both gods and goddesses. With references to ancient cultures, such as ancient Sumer, Egyptian and Native Americans, we are reminded that those cultures looked at the Earth as a Mother. The Earth Goddess, from which life springs, was more important than the Sky God; this idea continued for millenia.
The author, Sylvia Browne, takes us through the world''s most popular religions, comparing the ideas in regard to a feminine principle. Many simply forgot, and the role of women deteriorated. There is a mention that when Jesus was crucified, he called to his Father and then called on his Mother to behold her son (John 19:26-27) and Browne concludes he was calling upon both aspects of the Creator. We are urged to embrace the Mother God in this world of male dominated religion.
Sylvia explains that the Mother God is who we actually call to when we are in need. The Mother God is often called on in healing matters. There are letters from people describing how petitioning to the Mother God helped them in there healing endeavors. The Mother God is also called upon to send away dark entities, or to help a person remove themselves from one who is harmful to them.The book mentions asking the Mother God to help with addiction and to help cease worry. When you do petition the Mother God, be specific.
Chapter Four is for frequently asked questions and chapter five recounts letters and stories about the Mother God. And for those so inclined, chapter six offers prayers and meditations to become closer to the spiritual Mother. The time has come for her to reenter the world.