Monthly Archives: December 2010

Wholeheartedness

This video was shared from another list. This video is not religion/path/worldview specific. But is it an illustration of how we could/would/should be living. http://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability.html Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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The Residue of Birth Worldview

People are attracted to alternative spiritual paths for many different reasons, but usually for one category of reasons; their worldview/religion is not meeting their emotional/intellectual/spiritual needs. Whether it is because he or she as an unique individual does not resonate with … Continue reading

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Huginn: The Trouble…

The first edition of Huginn has finally been published. The Huginn is a woo-friendly journal that looks at various issues within the Heathen community. The first issue’s theme is The Trouble…, described as: This issue deals with THE TROUBLE with … Continue reading

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Yule

In the north, there is no sun today, but the tiniest sliver of light at the horizon at noon. For our ancestors, that made light and fire all the more precious. Tonight we rekindle the light In anticipation of the … Continue reading

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Happy Yule!

Have a happy and safe holiday season. For Northern Tradition practitioners, Yule is a time for oaths and a celebration of the coming of the new year. For those who are watching the total lunar eclipse tonight, here are the … Continue reading

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Ethics Part Two: What’s mine is mine, what’s yours is NOT MINE

“All improvements must start with me.” One of the perversities of human interaction is that it is much easier to see the causes of weal and woe in another person than it is to see in ourselves. But to be … Continue reading

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Lore and UPG

This is a revised version of an essay I have previously published. One of the things that I like about Ásatrú is that it accepts proudly the label the religion with homework. Practitioners are expected to research and read everything … Continue reading

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Colorado Gives Day

I know this is a little late for most people to do anything, but the organization GivingFirst, which makes it easy to find and donate specifically to Colorado charities, has secured matching for contributions made today. If this message did … Continue reading

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Raising Awareness vs. Action

The internet has long been an interesting yet inconsistent way of raising awareness of issues. Methods from viral marketing to chain letters have been used, with varying levels of success, to spread the word from Breast Cancer Awareness Month to … Continue reading

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Boundaries, Part I: Emotional Boundaries

This is a revised version of an essay that I put together previously. It is part of a series of essays on proper boundaries between yourself and the world around you and within you. One of the things that we … Continue reading

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