Of the Flame, Poems – Volume 15 by Wendy E. Slater is the 2nd published volume of the TRADUKA Wisdom poetry series. To date Wendy has composed 20 volumes of spiritual poetry. It is the second in the series of her spiritual poetry or “vision quest poetry” to be published.
Her poetry continues to chronicle the inner journey of self-discovery and the Divine, awakening us to our own Truth as we travel the path, the personal journey, and awaken from the illusory separation of self and Divinity. Subsequently, self-forgiveness allows us to surrender to our wholeness without false perfection.
When we cast blame and self-judgment aside, we transform, heal, and reawaken from “the mythos” of separation and become One.
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Reviews for Of The Flame
“I don’t remember what initially caused our lives to intersect, but since coming to know Wendy E. Slater, I have found in her a soul-sister, fellow s***-disturber, priestess, goddess, and healer. When I was flat on my back with a raging ear infection last fall, Wendy showed up with her Shamanic gifts and helped support my healing. For this, I will be ever, eternally grateful. Wendy’s poetry rocks me to the core and sings to my soul – songs of the feminine angst, sexual tension, the ecstasies and agonies of love and just plain REALNESS. More than anything, Wendy exposes the fullness of what it means to be human and what it means to be fully female in a masculine-dominated world. I love her work, but more than this, I love her Soul and the gifts she brings to humanity in its transition from ignorance to true seeing, fear into love. Thank you, Wendy!”
Lauri Ann Lumby
Authentic Freedom Academy/Temple of the Magdalene
“Wendy E. Slater has composed many wise poems that reflect “vision quests, spiritual awakenings, and the dark night of the soul.” Her poems are spiritual poetry. They are easy to read and easy to understand. She seeks to encourage all people to “come together in love, acceptance, and celebration of both our diversities and commonalities…so that we come together on equal footing, living in peace and joy.”
“Spiritual poetry comes easily to shamanic American poetess, Wendy Slater, who writes from the heart and captures the zeitgeist of the moment.
Troubled by our wounded world, she prefaces her book with an invocation for global peace, all persons coming together in acceptance of each other’s diversities and commonalities.”