Fellowship of Isis - Solitary Members
Shrine of Dana, Temple of Isis, Clonegal Castle. Photo © Minette Quick
FOI Solitary Members
"Daughters and Sons of the Goddess"
“… although apparently alone, the Devotee becomes more and more part of that rainbow network which brings Heaven on earth.” - Maya, Goddess Rites for Solo Use
There are many reasons why individual members of the Fellowship of Isis may wish to follow the path of a solitary practitioner. All members within the Fellowship of Isis are equally valued whether they work alone or in a group, whether they have a desire to earn titles through a specific type of course of study within the Fellowship of Isis or feel led to study or to work by themselves.
A fundamental aim of the Fellowship of Isis is to bring awareness of the Goddess back into the world. Followers of the Goddess are Her ‘daughters’ and ‘sons’ - living their lives according to principles that are more ‘matriarchal’ in nature, honoring love, beauty and compassion, having reverence for all forms of life. Focus is on restoration of balance between the energies of the Divine Feminine with the Divine Masculine.
Recommended FOI Sources for Solitary Members:
Introduction to Maya, Goddess Rites for Solo Use
Creation of a Shrine
Rite of Isis and Ngame
Dawn Rite of Abundance
Evening Rite of the Five Elements
Rite of Good Health
Forty-eight oracles of the Goddess given through FOI Co-Founder Olivia Robertson which can be used for private contemplation.
Twice daily attunements with FOI Co-Founder Olivia Robertson and/or FOI members worldwide. Prayers written by Olivia Robertson.
Any and all of the FOI Liturgy may be studied by solitary members, but degrees have to be earned through a course of study with a certified center.
The pages listed below feature photos and descriptions of the shrines of the Temple of Isis at Clonegal Castle, the location of the founding of the Fellowship of Isis. These pages are provided to inspire all members; by helping to develop a sense of connection with the energies of the shrines, the well and the old abbey (The Temple of Dana).
Muses Symposium (dedicated to honoring the creative arts)
This is not a society which earns degrees. It is a networking group within the FOI honoring members and their involvement in the arts. FOI Co-Founder Olivia Robertson has stated creative endeavor fosters our intuitive connection with Deity. The Muses Symposium is featured in Isian News. If you are a poet, a writer, a dancer, an artist, a craftsperson, or involved in the performing arts, you can join the Muses Symposium.
Animal Family of Isis (dedicated to honoring our pets and animal friends)
This is not a society which earns degrees. It is a networking group within the FOI honoring pets and animal friends of members. The Fellowship of Isis honours all forms of life. FOI Co-Founder Olivia Robertson has stated empathy, friendship and compassion for other living creatures fosters our intuitive connection with Deity. The Animal Family of Isis is featured in Isian News. If you have a beloved pet or animal friend you are cordially to include a listing in the Animal Family of Isis section of Isian News.
So many times solitary members ask “What can I do?”
Voluntary Clean-up and Custodianship of a Local Site
Be sure to use common sense, do not work alone in a remote area without resources for aid or assistance. You can do clearing out of trash and/or unwanted energies (cleanse the space) at a local holy site or any area of that is special to you - a garden cultivated in your own backyard can be a haven, a living sanctuary for the Goddess.
Animal Rights and Welfare
Another venue would be volunteering at a local Animal Welfare Society or contributing in some way towards the care of animals and raising awareness of the plight of homeless pets and endangered species.
These are just two of many viable options to bring awareness of the Principles of the Divine Mother back into the world by a solitary member.
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