Yes, that’s sort of true, but regarding humans who are in touch with their inner goddesses, I was referring to what Abraham Hicks teaches about vibration. Abraham is a group of teaching beings or group consciousness, which is a part of source energy.
So, goddesses vibrate at a higher frequency, but in human terms, to vibrate at a higher frequency of love, appreciation, enthusiasm, passion, optimism, contentment, etc just means that the human is vibrating at a frequency that brings them more in alignment with who they really are - without going into detail about all of that, keeping it simple. And when humans vibrate at a higher frequency and knowing who they really are, and when that higher vibrational frequency is their dominant frequency, they’re embodying the goddess within them. It’s slightly different for non-human goddesses, they are less dense than flesh and blood, so in that way - loosely speaking, they are vibrating at a different, less dense frequency in terms of their existence and the forms they take on.
I didn’t come here to debate vibration, I understand vibration well for my own purposes, I’ve been living and breathing that kind of thing for 4 and a half years daily and have always found the Abraham Hicks teachings to be accurate via the evidence that sprang from my own life experiences. I came here to gather some other points of view about what makes a goddess a goddess.