The decision to “come out of the broom closet” (modern parlance for going public with your Paganism) is a highly personal one. Wherever you are in your Pagan journey, public or not, I encourage you to take a look at how your share your Paganism with others. Whatever your choice, the decision to stay in or come out of the broom closet should be a conscious one – not just a default based in fear.
When Books Aren’t Enough
What do you do when books aren’t enough? When you begin to experience things that no one has written about? What if your personal experience of a deity doesn’t match the lore? Here are some suggestions for how to navigate your experiences.
7 More Ways to Bring the Magickal into the Mundane
There is no definitive text for modern Pagan worship. While this is a wonderful and liberating thing, it can also leave practitioners at a loss for what to do next, how to go deeper into Pagan practice, or how to incorporate your spirituality into your everyday life. Here are some suggestions for how to make your average day just a bit more magickal.
7 Ways to Bring the Magickal into the Mundane
Creating a synergy between the magickal and the mundane promotes energetic flow in your life, helps you to deepen your spiritual practice, develops your intuition and spiritual skillset, and brings you closer to Divinity. Here are some simple yet powerful ways to infuse your normal “everyday” life with magick and the Divine.
Kelly – Coming Home (Chapter 3)
She pulled up to the Gate of Mystery lit by torches and smelled the campfire …
Earth Tones Staff Reading Picks
written by Dodde There is a lovely tradition in Iceland called Jólabókaflóð. On Christmas Eve, books are exchanged and the rest of the night is spent in bed reading and …