We are quickly coming to the end of summer and the start of the major harvest seasons. Lughnasadh is the Sabbat that takes place on August 1, halfway between the summer solstice and the equinox.Read more "Lughnasadh is coming"
My daily devotional practices have been great for making me feel at peace when I am already having a good day but yesterday, I did not have a good day.Read more "Day 9 of My Goddess Path Work: Having a Bad Day"
There are still people out there that fear witches. I would say without any real good reason but it’s enough that some witches and pagans feel the need to hide their beliefs and practices from their friends, family, and coworkers. It’s what we in the community call, “Staying in the broom closet.” I am most […]Read more "Out of the Broom Closet"
This week has been awesome for me. I have really enjoyed setting aside time to sing my mantra on my mala beads, sit in silence with the Goddess, practice yoga, and write in my journal.Read more "First Week of the 28 Days of the Walking the Path of the Goddess"
I have always been a child of nature. I have the luxury of growing up close to the wild outdoors and spending a lot of time exploring. When I was kid, I used to pretend I was a witch like the ones in Hocus Pocus (just not evil like they are). It was the spring […]Read more "How I Came to Being a Pagan"
First day of my 28 Days of Walking the Path of the Goddess. Day 1 – create my altar to the Great Goddess and feminine divine. #paganpriestess #pathwalking #invokingthegoddess A post shared by Spiritsong Dreamweaver (@spiritsongdreamweaver) on Jul 9, 2017 at 4:59pm PDT I set up my altar space in devotion to just the Goddess. […]Read more "Summery of Day 1 of 28 Days Walking the Path of the Goddess"
Today is the first day of the Full moon and I am officially starting my 28 Days of the Walking the Path of the Goddess.Read more "28 Days of Walking the Path of the Goddess"