Tag Archives: relationship

Earth Day – Romancing the Landbase

Make an offering and deepen your relationship… Continue reading

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On the other hand: a handshake

As I said before, my (relatively light) encounters with anti-Pagan and anti-Wiccan prejudice really make me want to take action. Sometimes I can, and sometimes it even goes well, even if it’s just a small thing. This was one of … Continue reading

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Shout-outs via the Humane Society

The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association awarded Dr. Lori Pasternak  its Direct Practitioner of the Year award. Dr. Pasternak works at the Helping Hands clinic in Richmond, VA, a low-cost surgical and dental clinic. I’ve taken animals to Helping Hands … Continue reading

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Recognition

I saw a deer and a great blue heron on Teddy Roosevelt Island yesterday, and both encounters felt like a form of recognition. I hadn’t visited the island for several days, and really needed to refresh my spirit with some … Continue reading

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Meditation Moment: Bringing the Outdoors In

Last month I wrote about how being deeply present in a single moment helps us relate to all moments; this month, I want to extend that approach to thinking about space as well as time. As Pagans, we tend to … Continue reading

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Daily practice and relationship for your health

Going outdoors is good for you. Not just because it gets you active, either, although any activity is better than none, but because being in a natural environment promotes positive anti-stress changes in the body as well as the mind. … Continue reading

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Daily practice and being in relationship

Hecate has another great post up about living in relationship with a specific piece of land. When I commented that this, like a relationship with another person, takes effort, Hecate expanded on that and linked it with the importance of … Continue reading

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