By veggiewolf Most pagan blogs I’ve read contain information about what the contributor is doing in their religious/spiritual life. It’s a typical thing really – write about what you know, what you do or want to do, what you think, etc. Yet…how many of us actually write down the things we don’t want to do on our paths? We might note that something was tried and didn’t work, or didn’t fit where we’re trying to go, but how often do we go beyond that?
I’ve actually got a long (mental) list of things in mind, but to keep this post from going on and on (and on and on) I’m going to limit it to five:
In no particular order…
Casting a circle (and its attendant elements)
Where do I begin with this one? Well, for starters, casting a circle before doing ritual workings, or spells, or connecting with deity is not a Kemetic practice, nor is it related in any way to FlameKeeping. As it’s not of the paths I practice, it is natural for me not to cast circles, call quarters, watchtowers, or elements, or do any of the other circle-specific things.
This is not to say I don’t, at …read more
Source: Fluid Morality