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Brighid/Maman Brigitte: On Justice, Healing, and Transgression

Not all Vodou traditions believe it — and to some, it’s deeply offensive — but those that do believe sing a song: “Maman Brijit, li soti nan anglet.” 1,279 more words


Moons of Spirit, Synonyms for God: Part 3

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9. How well does my spiritual interaction pass through the “Three Gates”?

This, I’ve slowly learned, is a great question to ask both before and after.

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Patterns of Devotion

I have written in the past about my deepening devotional practices. Today I wish to share with you how my devotions have changed.

I used to honour my ancestors at the dark moon, Maponos on Sundays and, Brigantia, Epona Rigantona and An Cailleach around the full moon. 654 more words


"Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess" - A Review

This post has been on my to-do list forever.  Those who have followed me for awhile know that I haven’t been updating as regularly.  Blame motherhood.   715 more words


Drumming Awake the Horse

I put many things on the back-burner after having my daughter.  Attending drum circles at the Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center was one such thing because it’s meant for adults.   409 more words



Every day and every night that I say the geneology of Brighid
I shall not be killed
I shall not be harmed
I shall not be put into a cell… 205 more words


Imbolc 2017: Another Google Hangout Ritual

Northern Rivers Grove had planned to gather at the Yoga Center to celebrate Brighid’s day, Imbolc, but our plans were once more thwarted by poor weather. 455 more words