Wonderful Cyndel injured herself and needs a goddess of healing. I'm giving her the Celtic goddess Brigid.
We only know bits and pieces about the Celtic goddesses because so many of their stories have been lost, but we do know that Brigid was a three-faced goddess of poetry, smithery, and healing. So that seems to cover all your bases, Cyndel!
Here's what else we know about Brigid: Her mother gave birth to her while standing on the threshold of two worlds, although, frankly, I'm not exactly sure which two worlds they were. But never mind that. What you really need to know is that she was born in a borderland, and so she travels the space of metaphorical borderlands. She helps poets be in that creative place between the concrete and the metaphorical. She helps smiths be in that place between solid and liquid, and she helps healers be in that place between faith and wisdom as well as skill and compassion.
Faith and wisdom. Skill and compassion. We need all of these things if we are healers and if we are healing, and that is what Brigid reminds us. To heal and to be healed, we must be willing to travel to the borderlands in our selves. We must access our intellect and our heart.
Channel this goddess: When you have a big boo boo; when you need healing; when bending metal; when writing poetry. When doing all three things at the same time--which I would like to see you post on You Tube, by the way.
Need a goddess? I've got goddesses! Post a comment saying what you need or want a goddess for. Then check back in a week or two and see what you got! It's fun! It's free! It's like a great big hug of a vitamin.