Heathen Woman: Embracing the Awakened Woman

Frigga Spinning the Clouds by J. C. Dollman

What does it meant to be self-reliant? Healthy habits, a sustaining home, and care for the spiritual self are three pieces needed to build a confident woman who is comfortable in her spiritual and physical path. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Witches of Cyberspace, Part 2

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Sable Aradia offers a basic how-to starter guide to set up an online education program for cyberwitches. [Read more...]

Heathen Woman: Keeping Our Words Sacred

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What makes honor so important? Why should we still be concerned with keeping our word in a society that places such little importance on it? Heathens have no doctrine or dogma, but this does not mean we lack guidelines for conduct that honors our gods. [Read more...]

Druid Thoughts: Paganism, Druidry and Religion

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Most Pagans do not come along seeking to look like they belong to a religion. Most are fleeing the conformity and surface of religion in the hopes of finding something deeper. How do we do that? [Read more...]

Heathen Woman: The Faces of Frigg

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We learn from Frigg that there is strength in maintaining our home, caring for loved ones, and building our lives in a way that reflects dignity and honor. [Read more...]

Heathen Woman: Walking With Odin

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My own path is dedicated to taking my commitment and what I’ve learned as far as I’m able, in the hopes that when I stand before the counsel one day at the end of my life, Odin will have seen enough to let him know that I kept my oath to him and to the values that my faith holds sacred. Sometimes we dance, sometimes we walk, sometimes I argue — but Odin is with me and I with him. [Read more...]

Syncretic Electric: Materialism and Narcissism

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As a community, we need to be very aware of the risk of presenting real spiritual experience as a commodity that all Pagans are entitled to. Gnosis and other spiritual experiences must be earned, and then we must have the discernment and self-knowledge to recognize them for what they are. We cannot go into the process with the expectation of reward. [Read more...]


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