Tag Archives: Recovery

Shadow Work

Things have been quiet around here but it hasn’t been for a lack of action and development in my spiritual program. Since the last time I wrote I have been to no less than four magical workshops. Two were full … Continue reading

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On Having No Baggage

I have no baggage. Jesus was never thrust on me, unwilling. In fact, we had a great experience together, once, at a youth group skiing trip for over-privileged private school kids. He was totally buddy Christ, hippie Jesus, Socialist Jesus, … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Love

Teo Bishop got a great conversation going this morning when he asked the question Why don’t Pagans talk more about love?  He compared the Pagan take on love to the Christian, where talk about love seems to be all the … Continue reading

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The Magic of Letting Go

Yesterday I felt like someone judged me and I did not like what they determined. I felt like my words were being misunderstood, or worse—that I had been careless with my words, and now I was being punished for not … Continue reading

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Fear of Theology

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

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Wunjo, Joy

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

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The Power of Inaction

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

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