Posts Tagged ‘ daily practice ’

A summer of Sacred Simple Pleasures

Jun 21st, 2018 | By

At the start of last summer, I’d just completed the major edits on my first book, Everyday Enchantments, and needed time to goof around and recharge after such a big accomplishment. Needless to say, I wasn’t doing much writing! This summer, however, I find myself longing for unstructured time and, frankly, more quiet time. It was

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Importance of Place

Apr 19th, 2018 | By
Impotance of Place Keli Tomlin

As a green-spirited pagan, one whose inspiration and connection has always been most strongly felt within the Land rather than people or traditions or words, it shouldn’t surprise me that the environment in which we live is of vital importance to our spiritual health. Yet here I am, at the end of a long month

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Inviting The Wild

Feb 19th, 2018 | By

There is a Wild Woman in me. For a long time, she has been buried, beneath uncomfortable roles and uncertain acceptance. I knew her fleetingly as a teen, as a twenty-something. She called to me from the Earth on Lammas day and sang sweet songs through the trees as they greened in Springtime. I came

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Remembering my altars

Jan 9th, 2018 | By

by Irisanya Moon I know that daily practice is a practice, a way to settle in and come back to center. I know that daily practice and sitting at my altars connects me with the divine, the deities I work with regularly, and with myself. I know this. But when my life fell apart, I

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