Since “coming out” as non-binary, since changing my name within my community, I’ve entered this new level of self discovery that I wasn’t ultimately prepared for. Having some-what of an identity crisis at 34 wasn’t something I expected to happen, nor was I expecting what was the follow: so how does being non-binary fit into Paganism… Continue reading The Changing Relationship with Divine and with Self
In a complete Spiritual sense, sometimes you’re just not meant to leave. Sometimes you believe your path working with something in particular (an element, or location, or people, or Deity etc) has come to an end for various reasons, and when that happens you may find yourself drawn back there until you acknowledge it. Before… Continue reading I acknowledge…
I never used to be able to understand how people could live land-locked. I couldn’t comprehend how people could live in a town or city that was surrounded by itself, or by nothing at all. And then I moved to Sydney and couldn’t justify the rent to live by the water! Boy, did my opinions… Continue reading OceanCraft 101
I’ve never worked with Manannán mac Lir before, and until a search before writing this, I don’t believe I was even pronouncing his name correctly. Manannán mac Lir is a Deity of Irish, Welsh, Scottish, and Manx legend, associated with the Tuatha and the Formorians. He is the God of the sea, the oceans, and storms.… Continue reading Meeting Manannán mac Lir
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