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Home Shrine update

It’s been a while since I posted a picture of my home shrine, and it has changed somewhat since I first set it up. For one thing, it’s moved room and is now in the study upstairs, making it set apart from the “everyday” a bit more and also easier for me to see and use first thing in the morning. 276 more words


Tai Chi Y4D72: Half-Hour

I did a half-hour of tai chi this morning, after a half-hour of druidic ceremony and meditation.  It was a good practice; I did 20 push-ups, two qi gong forms, and the form three times.   170 more words

Tai Chi

Wellspring 2015

I was hoping to start this post with something like, “Pagan Church Lady, reporting on location at Brushwood Folklore Center for Wellspring 2015!”  Sadly, I could find no wifi and neither my lovely Fraulein (that’s my laptop) nor my Kindle (I don’t have a name for her yet) were up to the task of connecting to the Grand Interwebs.   3,363 more words

The Ovary Grade

This bit of druid!crack is brought to you by AutoCorrect’s antics in yesterday’s post.

After journeying through the Ballsack Grade, the Druid Initiate arrives in the Grove of the Ovary. 82 more words


Inward to Ovate

Imagine a path you create as you go. We don’t need to call it “shamanism” or “Druidry” or “earth spirituality” or anything else in particular. If anyone asks, it’s “nothing special.” It’s just “what you do every day.” I call it my life. 1,293 more words


Ovate Field Notes: Vol. 3

 One of the most useful skills I’ve acquired in the Ovate grade, is that of making my own journals. I never considered myself a particularly consistent journaler, but now looking over my work not only during this grade, but in the Bardic grade, and even back to college and high school, I’ve written a fair amount. 249 more words


Druidry is not democratic

Druidry is not democratic, and generally speaking, this is a very good thing. When people ask of Druid groups that they be more democratic, this tends to be a problem. 581 more words