Pele is a Hawiian goddess who lives in the world famous Kilauea volcano, and is excellent to invoke when dealing with anger and hostility. Pele is known for expressing her anger without hording back any rage. She is a natural equalizer for your anger, balancing you out if you are about to blow your top. Call on Pele to soften your temper before you lose it.
If you have trouble expressing yourself, Pele can help you find your own voice. If you want to take some time to reflect and dig inside yourself, Pele can aid you with your self-expression. Since she is a fiery goddess, be sure she will also ignite your passion for many things—that joie de vivre.
This feisty goddess may represent the power of anger and hostility, but with her help, you can sublimate those feelings into passionate self-expression and control your own rage. Pele teaches us to channel our anger into something more constructive.
We all experience excess anger or anxiety over simple everyday disturbances. All we have to do is channel some of that nervous energy into writing, or journaling, or an art project—anything that allows us to create and perhaps realize some things about ourselves in the process. After all, isn’t our main goal to gain some sort of existential growth? You might be surprised at what you dig up and discover about yourself. A little bit of introspection can really change our whole lives.
Pele is the Goddess of Divine Passion. Her divine strength is sometimes misunderstood because of her fiery nature, so some mistake her for an angry goddess. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Pele uses the fire to purify, releasing the old useless stuff in order to clear the way for the new things we are passionate about. Pele’s fires are a way to clear the clutter and begin anew. It’s quite rejuvenating and exciting, like a bright new day ahead.
Call for Pele if you need some added spark in your life. She will reignite your passions, and will motivate you and excite you. Pele can help you manifest your hearts’ desires.
Ikam Acosta is a freelance writer from South Florida. She’s also a regular blogger at Cycle Harmony. Follow her on twitter.