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Author Topic: Meditating about Celtic Deities  (Read 3850 times)
Vella Malachite
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« Reply #5: June 08, 2011, 02:51:31 am »

I am new into this praying thing, so I am just asking how do you pray to them and how do you worship them and what do you tell them?
I would love to have gods in my dreams too, but I haven't seen dreams for long time...

For me, I tend to just talk to them, like I'd talk to a friend - you know when you talk to someone and there's nothing else distracting you; you're only concentrating on the person or people you're talking to?  I try to talk to them like that, letting them know that I'm setting aside time when I'm only thinking about them.  I tell them what I'm grateful for, that they've done for me so far, and I ask them for more.  I often promise to give them offerings.  I used to light a candle (can't here - no candles in college) in order to focus my mind on them.
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