lost is found again;
everything hurt is healed again.
This truth has the power to retrieve a part of your spirit from the past.
It’s a mantra that’s strong enough to overcome past injuries.
This will be your constant thought today.
From the Paleolithic era, which ended more than 12,000 years ago, the Goddess appears to have been universally worshiped in a myriad forms across a wide geographical swathe, from Southern Europe to Siberia, around the Mediterranean rim to Egypt and down to Mesopotamia.
One prominent myth concerns Kore (later Persephone), the daughter of Demeter, Greek goddess of vegetation and death.
When Kore is abducted by Hades, god of underworld, Demeter searches for her, accounting for the death of vegetation for several months each year until she’s returned to Demeter.
The cycle of death and rebirth has clear counterparts for the Eleusinian Mystery school of Ancient Greece, where initiates went through rituals during which they died to old ways of being in order to be born again.
These lines from an ancient Kore chant amount to an expression of faith in the eternal reappearance of youth and abundance, the healing of old wounds, and the ability of humans to be reborn in the Spirit.