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At SageWoman magazine, we believe that you are the Goddess, and we're devoted to celebrating your journey. We invite you to subscribe today and join our circle...

Here in the SageWoman section of PaganSquare, our bloggers represent the multi-faceted expressions of the Goddess, feminist, and women's spirituality movements.

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Approaching Our Fears

Cross-posted on Goddessing From the Heart.

For today’s #InnerWork post, I will be uncovering some of the psychology behind “facing your fears” and discussing how we can incorporate Goddess Spirituality into this experience. The topic is timely for me as I will be getting MRI testing in the next few weeks and am concerned about how it will go for me. I saw the machine in person and have been feeling anxious imagining myself undergoing the process.

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Druid Magic - How to Craft Your Own Spells

Magic has been worked in the Druid tradition since ancient times. As it is a growing tradition, with new knowledge and techniques influencing it all the time, you can certainly feel free to write up your own spells, using whatever tools you desire, whatever components and whatever technique you feel best suits your practice. Here are some guidelines as to how to go about writing and performing a spell.

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The Medicine Wheel of Life—The Practice

The medicine wheel, the traditional Dreamwalker wheel that my teacher, Silver Eagle, taught me, has been added to with later knowledge of traditional Inca and Celtic wheels including the Archangelic Realm. Silver Eagle has departed for other hunting and beading grounds in higher dimensions, he has left his body, and although I treasured his teachings, I felt attracted to other wheel teachings of other cultures as well; so I combined them. You could do the same; create your very own wheel variation.

I love the medicine wheel and know that many cultures utilize a wheel for spiritual, mental, physical and emotional healing; besides gaining introspection or insight. It’s profound for this. The different directions and animal totems of the Medicine Wheel, with their wisdom, have gifts for us. They inter-relate with one another. They support one another on our marvellous inner and outer healing journeys and we can pay attention to where we are in any moment, when we tune inward to observe.

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Two Native American women leaders are currently on the cusp of being major "Firsts" in American Congressional and Gubernatorial races--exciting!

 

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May 8, 2018

It’s a surreal feeling sitting at a follow-up doctor appointment with your urologist and she’s talking to a doctor in training about what had happened to you and says “on the ambulance ride here, she went into septic shock. She needed to be resuscitated and that is why she needed to be in ICU.” I sat there in disbelief, still not feeling as if I was that bad off.

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Exorcise the Demon of Perfectionism

Self-love and self-expression threaten tyranny. Perfectionism threatens self-love and self-expression. 

 

Perfectionism is a demon that oppressors invoke and send out to harry everyone but themselves. The demon haunts someone until that individual sees no merit in their own accomplishments, is paralyzed by insane expectations of themselves, and loses self-worth. 

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Rejoicing in the Advent of Spring

Rejoicing in the Advent of Spring

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