So, I’m in the middle of week 1 in Leonie Dawson’s lovely Goddess Haven eCourse (affiliate link), and I thought it would be nice to share with you how it goes!
This week has been all about preparations and dreaming up my lovely Goddess home. I just moved here, so I’m still fairly happy about the way things are – albeit a bit chaotic underneath the surface. But at the same time, this is the first time I’ve lived alone (except for my daughter) in 8 years. This could really, really be my very own Goddess Haven, and I’m grabbing the opportunity with both hands!
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There are obvious health effects to going green, as well as economic reasons. I’ve already covered many of them in this post right here, but there are also some really good spiritual reasons to enter into the green and natural lifestyle.
And they can all be summed up in one word.
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The last couple of years I have seen a trend in the spiritual business niche on internet. «Don’t sell yourself short» is the mantra. «Money is just energy». «Claim your worth, you deserve abundance.» And while I actually agree with most of this (except that money is just energy – you can read a thought – provoking piece about that here), I’m getting increasingly concerned about where this is going.
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You should probably read part 1 first, if you haven’t already. 🙂
The discovery of Wicca was a new water shed in my spirituality, and the more I read, the more intrigued I became. A God AND a Goddess? Balance between masculine and feminine? Spellcraft, magic, herbs? Reincarnation, telepathy, connection to animals and nature… I was on my way home.
Continue reading «My Spiritual Path So Far, Part 2»
I have always been searching. Ever since I was a child, I’ve known that there’s something important, something that’s not always so obvious in the mundane life, that is sorely missing when not present. It became clear fairly soon, too, that not all people around me shared that same longing. And so, my choices have never been mainstream.
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