Internet Radio Show
with Karen Tate
After listening to your wonderfully insightful podcast for the last two years I wanted to send you an
email to tell you how much your work has made a difference in my life. I am a woman in my late
twenties, living in Australia and had initially been bought up as a Catholic. All my knowledge of the
divine feminine has come from books and my own soul searching until I stumbled upon your podcast,
which truly changed me. You have given those of us that do not have Goddess leaders or role models in
our local community a means of learning and being guided along this path, that can feel so lonely at
times. The guests upon your show are so diverse and interesting that they have truly opened my mind up
to new ideas and possibilities that if I had been left to my own devices it would have taken me years, if
ever, to stumble upon such information. So from the bottom of my heart I simply want to say thank you.
Thank you for all the work you have put into your podcast and I hope you continue your wonderful
Blessings from a devoted Goddess listener. -Evelina
I play your radio programs getting ready for work in the mornings. When I continue to consider your immense body of work and unwavering dedication, my admiration grows and grows. You are a marvel. - Anna D.
Thank you for taking the time to investigate current issues, interview intelligent people and put it all online for us to listen to. You are brave and wonderful. I appreciate you! - Crystal
Karen you ask the best questions! You always ask what I want to know! - Deb
I'm a recent (Canadian) listener of your blog talk radio show; I've listened to several of your wonderful archived pieces (and commented on one), and my main reason for writing to you is to implore you to please continue doing what you're doing. I don't know if you get tired, or discouraged, or if you sometimes can't see the effects of your attempts come to fruition, but I want to assure you that you are affecting change in the people who listen to you - and that those people will go on to spread the change in diverse and creative ways. - Keely
I'm still growing and changing and trying to figure out how to be a woman in this world, but listening to you (and your wonderfully informative guests), I feel, is helping me in a very significant way, and I hope that you continue to do what you do, and that more women (and men) who need a paradigm shift will be directed to resources like you for the necessary spirit of change. - K. Bethune
...thanks for Voices of the Sacred Feminine. I discovered in early December when I was off work with the flu - what a great week I had lying around with my mp3 player plugged into my ears listening to your fascinating guests! I listened all through Christmas and New Year too, and during a trip to Cyprus in early January. I was very pleased to have you with me when my plane was delayed for 9 hours because of snow! I am now pacing myself because I have almost finished listening to the archived shows and I don't want them to end! - Maria
Dearest Goddess Woman! Thanks for being born! Thanks for all that you do each and every day! You are fabulous, dazzling, and amazing! Thanks for being here! We send our collective womanly powerful blessings, care and wisdom to you daily! We send hugs, magic, peace, baskets full of joy and warm winds. - Alicia
Thank you for your example you set on a daily basis, Karen. You are the leader to be followed because of your radio interviews and essays! - Julia
Loved "What's the Buzz!" There is so much that needs to be said and you always put it out there. - Michael S.
You are a natural communicator and you make people think and that is so very healthy and so very necessary especially at this time in our history. You provide your listeners with the facts and invite them to look at them rationally and sensibly without playing on their fears or emotions. That is what I call "Consciousness-raising" in action. - Yona
Just wanted to say what a blessing your work has been for my wife and I. It was her who introduced me to your work, and I've been catching up on several of your on-demand shows on BlogTalkRadio. We both grew up in very fundamentalist, patriarchal households, and have gradually recovered. I won't go into detail, but neither of our fathers ever told us he loved us or displayed any loving emotion, except under alcohol. Previously stuck in a black-and-white, backwards, infinitesimal small worldview, your work has really opened our eyes to a world we didn't know existed. Just a comment on one of your shows on blog talk radio -- it was about a subservient husband. I'm submissive to my wife (by choice), and I think the view the blogger presented was an extreme one. It's a relationship based upon love, and we're for all practical purposes pretty normal. I also think a lot of guys are submissive to their wives without really knowing it or admitting it anyway. It just amazes me to see all these guys who would submit to a drill sergeant, but not his own wife. To me, the goddess is an alternative of a world ruled by war and fear, and one instead ruled by love. Thanks again for your work! -Michael