Baby's in bed and (finally) asleep.
Shower's taken and teeth are brushed.
Tea is freshly brewed, chakras balanced for the day
I'm zen and prepared; writing time!
I go to sit down at my laptop and...nothing.
Wait a minute; I thought we were doing a deity worship series? Why are we going over Christianity when this is about witchcraft?
Fascinatingly, this is a branch of Christian witchcraft and different practices. Since it's a potential spiritual path for you to explore, I've done some research on how it works. Here's my findings:
This week on the 30 Days of Witchcraft challenge, I have to write in a magical script.
This should be fun; I've never written any actual spell work in a script before!
As a student, there's a certain level of responsibility you are forced to accept, no matter where you come from.
The world is much different than high school; everything falls on you to make a decision and not fuck up. There's a million people you can ask for advice, but where do you even start?
Moving from the East into the West, we're covering Asatru today for the Introduction to Deity Worship series.
This Norse-based religion has deep historical roots and rich practices. So let's dive into the fun stuff!
I remember when I first realized I was in a toxic relationship. The kind of relationship where you know your partner isn't good for you, they don't want you, but you're still stuck emotionally.
I remember wanting someone to talk to and give advice as to what I could do. Everyone around me could understand slightly but there's always that communication barrier. A person could never truly understand what I was going through; they weren't living with what I was feeling.
I wanted to see what my life would be like without this man and if I truly deserved better. I wanted to know if I'd ever fall for a best friend like I did with him. And I wanted to know if I ever was cut out for love at all.
Part of this wonderful 30 Days of Witchcraft challenge is to research a path that I don't know about but I'm interested.
I'm honestly not interested in a specific path religiously, but I have always loved Buddhism. I enjoyed learning about it in school so I'm going to share some findings!
Let's learn together!
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Have you ever had a sinking, sickening feeling?
A person could have just walked in the room or you found out some unexpected news. But this feeling, right between your stomach and diaphragm or in the center of your chest, is weighing on you. Words don't describe this feeling and you don't even completely understand what it means.
Taoism, like Buddhism, is a philosophy that grew into a religious practice. Originating China around 2000 years ago, it acts as a culminating religion of Chinese beliefs and practices.
Let's take a step deeper into Taoism and explore it's practices in today's article for the Introduction to Deity Worship series.