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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Sue learn takes an annual ritual bath at Kanathos in order to renew her virginity?
2. What are the group of Chinese Americans doing when Sue encounters them as she walks by herself?
(a) Taking pictures.
(c) Goddess worship.
(d) Tai Chi.
3. The ___________ tree of Sue's writing career is full and just needs a stiff wind in order to be reoriented.
4. What does Sandy return to school in order to receive training in as a result of his personal awakening?
5. What do Sue and Sandy find which is bigger than Stonehenge when they are visiting Avebury?
(a) A well.
(b) A stone circle.
(c) The scrolls of the Goddess.
(d) A circle of flowers.
Short Answer Questions
1. __________ is a grace and cannot be forced, but one can create a refuge for it to take place.
2. When Sue finds the buffalo tuft, she realized she has been empowered to voice her ________, nurture inner authority, and embody her sacred feminine experience.
3. What does Sue find that the Goddess was suppressed by as the time went on - the ________ god.
4. Sue believes that the world needs a new __________ witness in order to embrace interconnectedness and interrelatedness.
5. Where does Sue see a picture of trees with a ray of sun striking down in the center?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sue do on her last retreats at Springbank, in order to pass on her lessons to others?
2. What does Sue long for in her own marriage at this point of her journey to the Sacred Feminine?
3. What are the choices from which Sue can choose to celebrate the Divine Feminine?
4. What does Sue learn to be the name of the Goddess during a dream of her birth?
5. What does Sue take and then give an offering of another buffalo head nickel to balance the gift when she goes to see the buffaloes?
6. While she plans many rituals, Sue does not realize that these rituals serve a purpose in her journey? What do these rituals do?
7. What does the picture of Sappho have to tell Sue, although the other pictures in the museum do not affect her in the same way?
8. What happens in the story of Inanna, which Sue begins to relate to in her stay at the inn?
9. What does Maya Angelou say in an interview which makes Sue begin to understand empowerment?
10. Why does Sue begin to realize that attachment to the confining patriarchal world must die?
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