2020 Dosed Us With Acceptance

One thing we should all be able to agree on is that 2020 gave us a bone of acceptance to chew on whether we wanted to or not. I am not sure if anyone escaped it. What did you do with that bone?

One scratch on my bone of acceptance is that I have one season out of the year, roughly November to February where my physical spiritual practice ceases. My mind does not think of Spiritual, what I mean by that is there is no creative thoughts about rituals, Magick, The Gods, Spirits happening. I can slowly feel them begin to wind down around September. About mid January I feel guilty and once February hits the creative thought process kicks in full gear.

I have recognized that this pattern happens when I am solitary. my time in a group setting adjusted this timing/process. That time of the Wheel is when a lot of groups are in high gear. The last 3-4 years really was difficult in recognizing this pattern. I was fighting my natural path personally and trying to fit it into a group mode.

So next season of being in the Earth as I call it now, I will work on being more forgiving of myself about my physical spiritual practice. I hope that you may have found something useful from here. If you have I would love to hear about it.

Spring has turned the tide.

 

 

With Winter finally receding and Spring throwing down it’s rains, I figured it is a good time to post an update of what has been going here in Twisting Yew. We have had several good rituals Ostara and Beltane. I will be posting the Beltane ritual soon. We have also had a lot closed rituals for healing requested by members.

I personally have been working on setting up a local Pagan 101 class, and possibly a group class for learning Runes. With the nice weather beginning to be the norm, weekly fireside chats are a possibility as well.

March and April are personally busy months for me in my professional life. That translate to not having as much time as I would like to produce content.  One of the other Guardians has also shown some interest in posting here. I will be setting up them to do so very shortly here, schedules permitting.

Until next time, May your Roots never rot, and May your growing never stop.