Who is the 12 Step Witch?I started casting circles and working nature magic at age 12. After practicing solitary for many years, I recently began working in the Reclaiming tradition. I began my journey to sobriety 10 years ago, and have been clean and sober for 7 years. I have a sponsor, sponsor other women, and have a homegroup (two, actually!) I do not speak for 12 step programs. This is my experience only. I blog anonymously out of respect for the anonymity tradition of 12 Step programs.
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I’ve been thinking about theology lately and it has brought me to some thought provoking gems from other blog writers. From Alison Leigh Lilly’s wonderful blog Meadowsweet & Myrrh: Theology is a tricky thing. It’s no coincidence that the history … Continue reading
I am a feel-good junkie. And I am not alone. Studies show that people with substance abuse problems usually show problems early in life with delayed gratification, discipline, self-control, etc. In other words, we want what we want–and we want … Continue reading
This morning I pulled the rune Wunjo. Who uses it knows no pain,sorrow nor anxiety, and he himself has prosperity and bliss, and also enough shelter. Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem I am eaten up by fear today. I went to bed that way, … Continue reading
Yesterday, I pulled the rune Isa. Ice is very cold and immeasurably slippery; it glistens as clear as glass and most like to gems; it is a floor wrought by the frost, fair to look upon. Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem In … Continue reading
Pagans, in general, are a pretty independent bunch. I think many Pagans are drawn to one tradition or another because it offers them a way to be spiritual without a hint of being servile. It honors their independence, encourages them … Continue reading