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Bring a little magic into your life -- and your gift list!

"The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess" is a charming and beautifully-illustrated tale for people of all ages.

Get a copy today and treat yourself to its sweetly soothing
and empowering experience.

Or give it as a nurturing and treasured keepsake gift for others.

You can find copies at select local stores and online. We can also mail it to your giftee directly.

Soon you and others will be savoring this delightful and nourishing story! 

BONUS: We're also offering greeting cards that feature the beautiful original artwork from the book!

The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess

Goddess book, front cover


A story from Spirit

For people of all ages

To soothe our sadness

And nurture our divine blossoming


This enchanting and unexpected story from Spirit
is nurturing and empowering for people of all ages.

It sweetly seduces us to peek below our cloaked sadness
to discover our core divinity (yes, even you!)

And invites us to that place where all hearts
join together in the mystery.



Once upon a time there was a goddess who forgot that she was a goddess. (It's hard to believe, but it's true!)

She lived up high on a beautiful hill, but didn't see any of it, because of the sadness in her heart.

Until one day she received an unexpected invitation to go into the forest....


You are invited to join the goddess on her adventure, and savor the enchanting story, inspired artwork, and weaving of playful and meaningful moments.

As she connects with her hidden longings, you might see deeper still, into your own precious core divinity, and find yourself experiencing that place where all hearts joyfully join together in the mystery.

This high-quality hardcover book is beautifully illustrated with original artwork, making it a delightful treat for yourself and a keepsake gift for others.

It indirectly and experientially touches on various themes, including the spiritual nurturing of nature, the empowering transformation of emotional healing, and the blessing of authentic divine connection between people.

It contains no particular religious dogma, making it appropriate for people on a wide range of spiritual paths, or none.

Plus, while it's appropriate for all genders, this tale can be especially meaningful and healing for women and teenage girls, supporting our deep knowing of the divine beauty at our core.


You can take a peek inside the book by clicking on this link.


Goddess Book Sample Pages Flipbook



It's easy to get your very own copy of The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess!

Just click on the "Buy the book" link, here or above. Buy one for yourself, to treat yourself to its sweetly nourishing and empowering experience. You can also give it as a treasured keepsake gift. Or present it as a valued offering in your store. (We do have retail and wholesale pricing.)

Soon, you will be able to enjoy and share this wonderful story!

p.s. It's wonderful to read this story aloud to others -- and have them read it to you!



"This book is truly a gift to the world."

- Paula Pearce, Author & Illustrator 




Goddess book, back cover


The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess
Written & Illustrated by Patricia Dines
Full color with artwork throughout
Available now; national bookstore release coming soon!
Retail price $24.95
ISBN: 978-0-9700941-4-8
Library of Congress Control Number: 2015921339
Dimensions 10.5" wide X 8" tall
Pages 64

Patricia Dines is a professional writer, artist, graphic artist, public speaker, and community educator.
Over the past 30 years, she's written and presented a wide range of books, newsletters, articles, essays, classes, training materials, client projects, and more. (For more on this work, see

But the roots of this book go deeper than her professional path, into areas she shares less-often -- her precious lifelong relationship with the divine and its expression in the dimensional playground of nature. She says, "I am so deeply honored to be the carrier of this tale. I hope that it reminds you of your own core divinity, and brings you a taste of the sacred eternal."


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