Fortuna: Roman Goddess ‘Lady Luck’ Provides Metaphors For Sustainability

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“I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship,” Louisa May Alcott, beloved author, once wrote. Within this sentiment, one finds the Roman Goddess Minerva, also known as Fortuna. The fate of this goddess, shrouded in the irony of men unhappy in their poor fortunes, has resulted in a figure of divine femininity seen as fickle, indeterminate, and unreliable. To the contrary, Fortuna offers divine feminine entrepreneurs guidance as they set and hold true to a course of action – and create a sustainable marketing plan for future successes.

Fortuna is often depicted with a horn of plenty, like her sister goddesses of abundance, but additional symbols unique to her likeness assist us in understanding how divine feminine business leaders may access this archetype. With her hand on the rudder of a ship, or depicted with the wheel of life, Fortuna teaches of the necessity to adjust to changing conditions, to adjust our course intuitively, as with the wind and weather – metaphors for supply and demand, storage and stability, need and provision.

From Fortuna, Women entrepreneurs learn to plan ahead to mitigate the ebb and flow of natural cycles from which the cycle of creation, manifestation and abundance result. Thus, they may find prosperity and happiness.

Goddess Fortuna, sometimes known commonly or derogatorily as Lady Luck or Dame Fortune, enjoys ancient origins as a goddess of agriculture in Greek, Roman, and Etruscan civilization. Her signature contribution perhaps suggests the wisdom of making provision for the future in the present. Aligned with the wisdom and the mind, creative arts, and the healing of the body, she finds a unique audience among 21st century cultural creatives and alternative health practitioners who see the entrepreneurial path as a spiritual experience with divine flow.

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