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Rowan wrote:I wish I could say I did something as inspiring as you did, CHL, but alas I did not. I'm not as good as everyone else here is. I'm waiting to be booted from the pagan club.
white_harmony wrote:Rowan wrote:I wish I could say I did something as inspiring as you did, CHL, but alas I did not. I'm not as good as everyone else here is. I'm waiting to be booted from the pagan club.
It does not matter if you did something, or did not for Imbolc. And it has nothing to do with being as good as you perceive others to be. It's about learning, and about what is comfortable for you. My Lughnasadh was hardly what a die-hard pagan would consider to be a pagan celebration of the day, but for me, it was right. All you have to do is remember to do what feels right for you - and if you can't think of something that you could be doing for days like Imbolc, then set aside an hour for meditation. That in itself is doing something that will inspire you. Who knows what you might pick up in one of those meditations
Rowan wrote:Forgive my ignorance, but what is a fairy door?
Kitsune wrote:(although Grimwell might argue... No Spirits allowed in the house is the rule, after all ).
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