Many times, when people are seeking information about becoming or being a High Priest/ess, they would more accurately be described as Ritual Facilitator. More information on that can be found here — How to Facilitate a Public Ritual A Priest/ess or High Priest/ess will often function as a ritual facilitator, but a ritual facilitator might … More My path to being a High Priestess
Over the years, I have been asked various questions about practicing magic. The questions come from people of different backgrounds and levels of experience. Some seem to have been inspired by pop culture imagery more than practical magical use, and some come in from different areas of personal morals or ethics. So I have decided … More Questions about magic
I think everyone is familiar with the phrase, “It is what it is.” I don’t know who originated it, but I know I’ve heard it way too many times to count. I like it. It’s simple, direct, and can be applied to just about anything. It makes a clear statement to be understood from a … More Is it what it is or what it isn’t?
I am typically surprised when I mention to people, or advise them of things that seem (to their minds) to be something Pagans don’t do… or think… or perform… My question then is, “Why would you think that a Witch doesn’t pray?” Or fast, or feel guilt or remorse, or struggle with forgiveness? These feelings … More Guilt, Shame, Regret, and Forgiveness
Last January, I had an in-depth email conversation with a woman who came across one of my older websites. She was very intelligent and articulate, and I really enjoyed our discussions. I am going to post part of it, possibly more in the future, because I want to share two things. First, I want others … More A bit of a conversation
This letter is credited to Chief Seattle. Chief Seattle (more correctly known as Seathl) was a Susquamish chief who lived on the islands of the Puget Sound. As a young warrior, Chief Seattle was known for his courage, daring and leadership. He gained control of six of the local tribes and continued the friendly relations with the … More Chief Seattle’s letter