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JEWITCH, you are so very correct about “just about all pagans are somewhere in the finding myself phase.” I have been on my personal journey for 38 years & am still ‘finding myself’. I expect that I will always be on some form of that journey. The me that started this journey is so different from who I am now that the journey can only continue and not end.
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(¸. ~ Korin . ~´¨)
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Treasury of Gifts unending,
Open now my closed heart’s door
Waken spirit deep within me
Send me giving’s gift once more.
Nature is every healing. It is to bad that we don't spend more time enjoying her and what she has to offer. I am glad to hear you had such a wonderful experience. Brightest blessing and warm hugs.
P.S. You will find just about all pagans are somewhere in the finding myself phase.
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Just wanted to share this with you all. I'm a pagan at heart, but still in the finding-myself phase. Not officially practicing.
I'm always drawn out to the full moon. But last time there was something really spectacular about it. I feel like the moonlight washed away the darkness that has been with me for the last two years (long story). A week or so after that, my mother gave me a gift.. the first rose of the summer that she had cut from her garden. As the rose sat in water in my room, i feel like my spirit was blooming with it. I'm now happier than I've been in a long time, and I've felt inspired to do more, including exercise.
I feel that nature has healed me.