Seekers and Guides: Imparting the Mysteries – Helping Your Students Find Personal Gnosis

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How do you impart a personal experience of the Divine that may not be at all like your own? How do you teach the sound of one hand clapping? The answer is: you don’t. You teach the skills needed in order to make this very personal discovery instead. [Read more...]

Druid Thoughts: Avoiding Authority

Nimue Brown

I write books about Druidry; I’ve led Druid groups, I’ve acted as a celebrant, and people e-mail me for advice. How can I not be an authority? I try very hard not to be, as it happens. Here are some things I’ve come up with that have helped me avoid turning into something that I loathe on principle. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Balm for a Pagan Plague – High Priestess’ Disease (Part 2)

MargaretHamiltoninTheWizardOfOz

When leaders in Pagan groups go badly wrong, how do they get back on the right path? [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: A Balm for a Pagan Plague – High Priestess’ Disease (Part 1)

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In a two-part series in “Seekers and Guides” at Agora, Sable Aradia discusses a Pagan plague: High Priestess’ Disease. This week: symptoms and causes. [Read more...]

Role of a Pagan Leader

Paganavebury

As I am nearing the end of my third degree studies, I’ve been putting a lot of thought into what it means to be a High Priest. What the roles and responsibilities that come with assuming this mantle are. The result? A series of questions for leaders to constantly ask themselves. Who do we serve? [Read More...]

The Future of Pagan Leadership

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***Disclaimer: I would like to state that this is entirely my opinion and doesn’t reflect the opinions of anyone else. I am not referring to anyone but wish to have an open and honest discourse about the subject. Please let me know why you agree or disagree with me civilly! I would sincerely  love to [Read More...]


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