Monthly Archives: January 2015

Serving in Love

¬†February’s full moon is known as the Hunger moon. At one time, this was the month where winter supplies were very nearly exhausted and game became scarce for our ancestors. It is a luxury for many of us that this … Continue reading

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Book In Progress

I have been working on a companion book to Rose Petals. It doesn’t have a title yet. This frustrates me because I feel like all of my projects must be named. It is an almost ritualistic element to my writing, … Continue reading

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Remember to Breathe.

Some days are a struggle from the moment you get out of bed. The kids may be throwing a temper tantrum because they don’t want to go to school. Your hair may refuse to cooperate with anything except for looking … Continue reading

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Pouring out wine for the gods.

It has been a challenging week around my household. Between recovering from illness and attempting to put the household to rights after the holidays, I found myself struggling to keep up my devotional activities. Some days, all I could manage … Continue reading

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Wishing you a blessed Epiphany

From Here Today is the Filianic feast of Epiphany. In ancient days, the celebration of the maiden goddess Kore happened approximately this time of the year. Kore, like the aspect of Dea known as the Maiden or Anna (others within … Continue reading

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Devotional Polytheist Meme Questions no. 20 & 21

Does your religion help you be a better human being? I can say with all certainty that it does. When I find myself struggling to choose what is the proper action to take, what is the most compassionate of my … Continue reading

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Devotional Polytheist Meme Questions no. 22 & 23

What customs are associates with home and family in your tradition? Some of the customs seem a little odd to people who visit me. I always strive to do my best to be hospitable to my guests. Among the things … Continue reading

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Devotional Polytheist Meme Question No. 24

What have you inherited from your ancestors? This is a big question and I honestly had some difficulty figuring out where to start. I am the descendant of heroes and people who were born to rule. While some would scoff … Continue reading

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Devotional Polytheist Meme Question No. 19

How do you incorporate movement into your worship? Moving meditation is probably the most common aspect of movement that I incorporate into how I worship. When the weather is warm and tolerable, I like to use walking meditation. When I … Continue reading

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