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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. Sue believes that the world needs a new __________ witness in order to embrace interconnectedness and interrelatedness.
2. What are the group of Chinese Americans doing when Sue encounters them as she walks by herself?
(b) Taking pictures.
(c) Tai Chi.
(d) Goddess worship.
3. In order for a woman to begin to seek the Sacred Feminine, she must first make the Great __________, according to Sue.
4. There are times when Sue begins to worry that she might __________ and that she is dissolving. It scares her.
(d) Hurt herself.
5. The Divine Feminine symbol eliminates __________ by leaving noting outside the realm of divinity.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which kind of animal does Ruth Ann give refuge to in the Northern Exposure episode as another character wants to hunt it?
2. Sue feels that God can not be identified with any __________ just as a dancer can not be identified with a given dance.
3. What is one of the recurring symbols in Sue's dreams where she begins to see a Jungian analyst?
4. In her isolation, Sue begins to say goodbye to the __________ she has been as she realizes she must.
5. Where is Sue going for a speaking engagement although Sandy does not want her to go?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the Goddess Hera take an annual bath at Kanathos, according to Sue's findings?
2. What does Sue believe is happening to the new girl-child who has been birthed by her awakening?
3. What are the choices from which Sue can choose to celebrate the Divine Feminine?
4. What are some of the things which can achieved by internalizing the Divine Feminine, according to the book?
5. What does Sue do with the other women who have traveled to one of the last places the Great Goddess flourishes?
6. What does Sue long for in her own marriage at this point of her journey to the Sacred Feminine?
7. What does Sue do when she is in the stone circle, connecting with the Goddess?
8. What happens in the story of Inanna, which Sue begins to relate to in her stay at the inn?
9. What does the much younger Sue want to do in response to the newspaper clipping that her mom has sent to her?
10. What does Sue plant in her backyard in order to create a space for being with the Divine Feminine?
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