Innin, Nin-ana, Queen of Heaven, Lady of Myriad Offices, Nin-kur-ra-igi-ga; “the queen who eyes the highland”
Animal: Lions, serpents, birds
Symbol: Eight pointed star or rosette, caduceus, double-headed axe
Planet: Venus Continue reading
Posted in Mesopotamian Gods & Goddesses
Tagged deities, deity of love, deity of war, goddess, goddess of love, goddess of war, inanna, mesopotamian, mesopotamian deities, mesopotamian goddesses, star of inanna
An affirmation is a statement or declaration of belief, and it can be positive or negative. You probably make several affirmations a day without realising it, and you may be influencing your own state of mind entirely unintentionally.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I can’t do this” or “I’m no good at that”? Those are negative affirmations! The more you repeat these statements to yourself, the more you internalise them. You create a barrier in your own mind because you come to genuinely believe what you have been telling yourself. Continue reading
Other Names: Hippotades – “The Reiner of Horses”, Aiolos, “Ruler of the Winds”
Deity: Uranus, Astraeus
Animal: Horses, Birds
Magic: Control of the winds
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