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Author Topic: What Would You Like To See Happening Here in the SIG?  (Read 11590 times)
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« Reply #2: April 02, 2009, 03:07:58 am »

What would ya'll like to see here in the SIG to make things more active/interesting to you?

I'd be interested in discussing how to apply CRish beliefs to our actual practices.

F'ex, there's a thread about prayer beads right now in the Worship and Ritual board (  One poster described using prayer beads to count the desired number of times a mantra is chanted.  I'd love to use prayer beads, and I love the idea of using beads to count recitations of a mantra, but I don't have any ideas about how to apply that to my own practice.  IOW, what kinds of Celtic chants, prayers, songs, mantras, etc. would lend themselves to use with prayer beads?

Another example:  I asked recently about how often people make offerings (  I'd be very interested in other CRish people's ideas on this -- and some discussion about *why* they make offerings as often as they do.

I think our individual beliefs might differ too widely for us to try to define a path called "Reformed CR" and have that path work for everyone involved in this SIG.  At a minimum, I'm *sure* the foci of our beliefs vary widely.  F'ex, I'm focused tightly on Brighid, while others honor a much larger pantheon. 

However, I do think we could discuss tangible ways to put our various beliefs into practice.

If that makes any sense.

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