Usually depicted as a cat or a beautiful slender woman with the head of a cat or lioness. Often with the Ankh cross – a symbol of life and the Sistrum – a musical instrument struck, which was her attribute of power. The goddess of femininity, happiness, motherhood, but also the guardian of our inner child – the Egyptian Bastet. Hear her purr.
A woman hides certain patterns of attitudes, internally dormant roles that are unchanging in all cultures. They are best shown in myths and ancient beliefs in the form of Goddesses. Archetypes – prototypes are universal, regardless of the place on earth, regardless of the era. They have their own energy that can awaken in us and reveal itself in certain circumstances, unusual situations related to destiny or fate. When you need to take a certain posture. Such an experience is usually very strong, filled with emotions and leaves a permanent mark. Mythological goddesses, although detached from our reality, can then be a signpost in our transformations. One such figure who can be an inspiration to women in our time is the goddess Bastet.