Five ritualists I’d like to invite to dinner, Part 3: Jason Mankey

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This is the third in a series in which I showcase some of the best ritualists I have met (in no particular order). Over the years I have especially enjoyed reading Jason Mankey’s posts about ritual. He has a good mix of nitty-gritty practical advice and big picture thinking. Here are some examples of Jason’s wisdom that have helped me in writing rituals. [Read more...]

The Travails of a Pagan in a Dual Faith Household

Valparaiso University Chapel of the Resurrection

A Pagan’s First Communion This past Easter, I attended an Easter service at the Valparaiso University Chapel of the Resurrection with some Unitarian friends.  It was a gorgeous service in a stunning venue.  They had a full orchestra, and the house was packed.  And I actually took communion.  It was a Lutheran style service with [Read More...]

Five ritualists I’d like to invite to dinner, Part 2: Steven Posch

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“Paganisms are not proselytizing religions. We don’t have to proselytize. Our job is to provide for ourselves a vibrant, flexible, and ongoing sustained pagan culture that is so beautiful, so rich with, and so sexy and so desirable that people will want to come to us because they see us and they say, ‘I want what they have.’” — Steven Posch [Read more...]

Love, Earth, Body, Ritual: These are the threads of my emerging spiritual tapestry.

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Love, Earth, Body, Ritual: Over the next few months I’ll be writing about how I am attempting to weave these threads together into a meaningful spiritual practice. [Read more...]

New Family Spring Equinox Ritual: Connections

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“The Goddess and the God are present in the physical world. They are the physical world. We are part of the world. And so the Goddess and the God are present in us, in our bodies, in our hands. And when we touch each other, we are touching the Goddess and the God, and they are touching each other, through us.” [Read more...]

Five ritualists I’d like to invite to dinner, Part 1: Shauna Aura Knight

Shauna Aura Knight

This is the first in a series in which I showcase some of the best ritualists I have met (in no particular order). First: Shauna Aura Knight, a mystic and shamanic ecstatic priestess. [Read more...]


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