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« Reply #15: June 23, 2009, 11:55:14 pm »

I find that I tend to put off doing more formal rituals the way I put off dance or exercise. And then I wonder why because I feel great afterwards. Smiley
I can relate to this!  When I do a ritual and meditate in the morning I feel fantastic all day.  When I don't I wonder why I didn't all day!

Lately I've been burning a little piece of fresh herbs during ritual as an offering.  My herb garden has exploded and I feel compelled to share a little.

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« Reply #16: June 24, 2009, 09:57:25 am »

Do you make it a daily practice or reserve it for special occasions?

It depends on Who I'm offering to. I offer to Those I'm closest to almost daily, especially Wepwawet. Logistically, offerings to Egyptian deities can be "easier", since the devotee consumes them. Sometimes I'll get a sense that a deity wants to share part of my meal.

For me it varies between daily, weekly, monthly, and more than monthly.

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