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In the pagan path I follow I am in the Birch Moon right now. (I live in the southern hemisphere which means we have our winter from June to August and our summer from December to February, which means the moons are also switched accordingly.)
Birch Moon is a time to learn self-discipline, self-authority, compassion, and self-awareness. I can’t tell you how much it sucks to have all my weak spots come up in one month!
I’m very impulsive by nature and…Continue
Relationships: Ritual, Worship, & Reverence – Your own way or worshiping and revering various deities, etc - My way of worshipping include the use of meditation, visualization, burning incense and candles according to how they correspond to deities in my pantheon and whichever Deity I’m working with at the time. Herbs and crystals I use in the same way. My mind remains the biggest took in my practice and spirituality.
One of the things I appreciate most about Celtic culture is the equal place it gives to women. A wonderful way to learn about Celtic women is through their own legends. Granted, these stories were not written down until the Irish Celts were Christianized, but not much of the excitement and entertainment appear to have been lost by the inscribing monks.
In these myths women are queens, princesses, priestesses, prophetesses, educators, and warriors, many roles of which…Continue
I have always loved faeries. The faeries I believe in are not just the cute little flower faeries in children's books (although they too have their place in the grand scheme of things.) The faeries that fascinate me most are those beings which the Ancient Celts referred to as the Sidhe or the Gentry. They hardly ever inhabit children's storybooks, instead dwelling in ancient myths and legends and peopling the Heroic Romances of medieval times. They are the faery lords and ladies and they can…Continue