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Author Topic: Reformed Celtic Polytheism in practice  (Read 7152 times)
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« Reply #5: September 07, 2009, 10:42:10 am »

This is probably my personal goal. This is basically Juni's goal of putting together a living practice, but with extra emphasis on this: I really want this place to be is a safe place for all of us to exchange ideas, learn about the differences and similarities we have in our paths, and to be a place where, for those who want more ideas or practices, historical or UPG, they can better inform and revitalize their own paths.

Basically I want this to be a place for exploration of diversity and a place for discovering similarities. I know that I am taking this opportunity of re-examining my own path in terms of being a "Celtic one," and am trying to revitalize my own (non-existent) practices.

All of this, for me. This particular thread I probably should have named differently, but I didn't want to name it the way I had when Finn and I were chatting ("for Beginners") because it's not just for beginners on the path- it's for anyone who doesn't know where to get going, who knows what they believe but doesn't know how to put it into practice and make the leap from armchair pagan to an active, practicing pagan. I know very well what that's like, and how disheartening it is.

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