Tag Archive | pagan

Where are We Going?

There is no right path. There is no right destination. There are an infinite number of possible destinations, and even more paths to get there. (I know that’s not possible, but you know what I mean.) Each destination is equally valid, and each choice I make takes me in the direction of one or another. […]

Embracing My Truth

I am the bird that flies. I am the grass that blows in the wind. I am the sun that shines. I am the river And the stone. I am the earth And the sky. I am the Universe. I am all things. ~Anya Phenix

Seeking Truth

I had just formally renounced Christianity, citing an inability to believe in a God who would create humans only to sentence the majority of them to an eternity of pain and suffering – among other issues I have with traditional Christian beliefs. I knew in my heart that love was the most important thing in […]

Choices

I am part of one great organism. I choose to be a healthy cell instead of a cancerous growth, sharing my energy with all who need it and being replenished by the healthy cells around me. Everything you touch, you affect. Everything that touches you affects you.

This Morning’s Meditation

I receive power from the earth. Strong, enduring, full of health. I breathe in and out, feeling the pulse of life. I shift my focus to the sky and am reminded of Spirit. I am daily renewed as the sun and moon are renewed. I give my energy to all things and receive energy freely […]

Understanding Dreams

I think it’s so interesting how after I’ve had a vivid dream it usually takes a while before I really understand the meaning of it. I mean, there’s always an immediate obvious meaning. But I’ve found that if I let it sit for a bit, not really thinking about it, eventually a deeper meaning will […]

The Wolf and The Bear

Last night I had an unusual dream. I was looking at a woman who was wearing tanned leather and had long black hair, but I couldn’t make out any of her features. As I watched her, she appeared as a wolf, running around the foot of a mountain which represented the world. There was a feeling […]