February 21, 2020

Irene Glasse asks, “how can Pagans pray in a way that allows for deep intimacy but doesn’t trigger our hangups from the religions we escaped from?” Read more

February 3, 2020

This is a time of dreaming the spring to come.  We begin to uncurl from the tight cocoon of winter a little bit and start thinking about how we want to transition into the growing season.  Read more

January 31, 2020

Thunberg’s comment, “We are telling you to act as if you loved your children above all else,” brings to mind the newborn lambs of Candlemas, also known as Imbolc, meaning in the belly—not only the ewe about to give birth, but Mother Earth who until now has sustained us and whose very womb is threatened by our careless actions. Read more

December 26, 2019

Jerrie Hildebrand writes, “Be blessed in this season of quiet contemplation. Wake up to the world and people around us.” Read more

December 24, 2019

As we celebrate the solstice let us remember that it is not only about vegetation, it is not only about an individual struggle for inner peace, it is about the political and sociological occurrences happening in the world right now Read more

December 17, 2019

Nan Lundeen writes, “I readily relate to the Native American chant: The Earth is our Mother; we must take care of her. That means not abandoning hope kneeling there on the sand because without her we are truly lost.” Read more

December 16, 2019

Irene Glasse writes, “We stand in the Underworld right now – that space between Samhain and Yule where darkness, quiet and inner work reigns.” Read more

November 25, 2019

Let us be able to say, “The song of my heart is for Sacred Earth” and keep singing. Read more

November 14, 2019

There are a lot of ways to adapt your practice toward earthier, calmer energy. Read more

November 1, 2019

[W]alls often take on a life of their own. They become powerful entities in themselves if we are not constantly vigilant, that can narrow our understanding and move us toward becoming dogmatic and isolated. The main way to make sure this doesn’t happen is to begin to learn about other traditions and religions. Read more

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