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My question is what daily practices, meditations, prayers, energy workings, or other spiritual activities do you all do on a regular basis. I’m looking at putting a bit more depth into my regular practice. At the moment I try to mediate and get physical exercise as often as I can. But I feel I would benefit from an other simple exercise or two in my regular practice. I did a quick search and didn’t find any other threads on this topic. I’m sorry if there is and I missed it/them. Air Yeezy Vendre

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I have a small altar with my Goddess and God statue that I pray to, often with a candle lit and some sage. I also usually read or write something spiritual daily, usually before bed or during my daughter’s nap time. Now that it is growing season I also offer flowers at my Kali altar. I recently made a 3 dimensional yantra to fill with colored sand, beans, rocks or flowers to chant mantras to before meditation, this is more of a weekly practice however, not really daily. I used to meditate daily but this was before I had kids!

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I think the only thing I do consistently, day after day, is walk around my garden and tend to all that is there. This is always the act that carries the most profound spiritual meaning for me and is a meditation in and of itself. I’d love to be able to visit the areas I wildcraft from on a daily basis, but this isn’t practical for me at this time.

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I have a nightly routine that I do. I have an altar with statues to my Gods that I perform a nightly devotion in front of, usually consisting of prayers and an offering. I then make an offering of incense to the spirits of place and my ancestors and finish up with about 10-20 mins of meditation. I try to do it every night but in reality I end up doing it about 5 nights a week on average.

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I dont realy have any set daily practices that I follow..i just like to get off into nature and wildcraft as much as possible, and tend to my plants at home. I do try to get to the beach every day I can and go skimboard..I love the ocean and skimboarding is my way to be one with her and its a very personal form of meditation for me..everything is sacred, so I just try to remember that every day. I do work with either ayahuasca or mushrooms, or both one night a week. Air Jordan 4 Homme

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taking care of my plants and a (mostly nightly) meditation and offering – all on my apartment patio.

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I have tea on my patio everyday when the weather is good usually in the morning. I say a little prayer of thanks giving when I cook. I garden a LOT.

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I love going out into our woods alone by myself and just contemplating on whatever reaches out their vibes or energies to me. I love looking at all the different flowers and weeds, and finding strength and courage as I stand against some of the Oaks in our yard. Every now and then, I’ll find something that intrigues my creativity outside in Nature, and bring it in, and dedicate in making a craft from it through my Patron Celtic Goddess, Brigid. Magick is everywhere, Spirit is within as well as without. asics gel lyte 3 rosso uomo

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My question is what daily practices, meditations, prayers, energy workings, or other spiritual activities do you all do on a regular basis.

Live. . Fjallraven Kanken . . . I used to have a lot of problems doing spiritual activities on a regular basis when I was a Christian. I recognize and respect that spiritual routines are the way for many to remain connected – The conscious act I strive to accomplish every day is to learn some thing new, spend at least five minutes a day with each of my cats, silencing my inner voices and simply be when ever I see a sun rise or sun set. My spiritual life comes to me every day by various means some are pleasant others not. Sense stumbling upon my own path I find my spiritual activity being living life itself. Compra Zapatillas Asics Online . . Guess this isn’t much help – for that I apologize Wish I had the universal answer but I get the feeling there isn’t one –

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At the momment I currently am working on my meditation and trance skills to eventually cross the hedge. Baby steps! This training consists of building up ritual triggers and cues to help me shift conciousness combined with Yoga to help my physical body stay in alignment. I have week posture support and my vertebre tend to slip out if place. When my physical axis is out of alignment, I find it harder to keep my spiritual alignment in check, which screws with my ability to meditate and expand my awareness spiritually. I get stuck in my body, basically. I’m in the process of building three altars, one for Odin,one for Freyja and one for The Ancestors which will provide focus for a more devotional kind of daily practice. After I move to my own place in September I plan to also have an altar for Frigg at my hearth. I think the devotional practice will bring much more depth to my current daily practices.

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I find routine difficult but recognize the effectiveness of it. I have a small altar which I redo when I feel like it. I take everything off, lay all of my altar stuff out on the bed and then reconstruct it in a meditative state. There is always some unplanned theme which develops and I use the message of it until I feel it is time to reconstruct it again. Michael Wacha Jersey I sit at the altar daily and perform the rituals which “show up” and add things that have crossed my path. Maglia Chris Paul For example it’s latest incarnation is pale green and white symbolizing new growth of prosperity. I have a chalice (water element) filled with small objects repressing the things which I am choosing to allow into my emotional space which will be conducive to new prosperity. There is also a stone plate (earth) holding herbs and foliage and small statue representing me holding my prosperity in my own hands. Athame (air) for circle casting and cutting out outside energies which steal away my prosperity. new balance 1500 ebay Oil Lamp (fire) for burning away what in me no longer creates growth of my prosperity. Several note cards on which I have written quotes, prayers, chants, intentions, ect which seemed appropriate for this altar. Oracle cards are also randomly chosen. There is more but you get the idea. Adidas NMD Runner Italia Each time I sit down, I search for a deeper message in the pattern of all these things which showed up on my altar and I physically or mentally use them. Air Jordan 4 Donna The altars before this one were dark in color and I did a lot of burning things from my past which have been keeping me in a bind. For me, it is about focusing and cultivating my inner power, not trying to control the outer world.

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I do a daily morning ‘energetic hygine’ routine which consists of the AODA’s Sphere of Protection ritual and an aura/chakra cleansing and balancing. Afterwards I do rune draw (as a part of the requirements for my First Degree training, I chose Divination as my ‘extra subject’). If I have the time I meditate in the presence of the Divine and try to practice my listening skills. Nike Air Max 2017 Donna Nere

In the evenings I practice meditation and trance within sacred space to practice opening portals to the Otherworld as well as improving my skills for journeying. free run 5.0 rosso uomo Several times a week I also do bellydance practice, and this is a devotional tool (to Freya) for me as well as lot of fun! I also do Yoga to help align my body as well as work with my personal energy flow. I tend to my garden and do active meditation, trying to connect with and listen to my plants while I work. This is more of a weekly practice. I also take time once a week to go to the wetlands near my home to practice focus and stillness and to connect with the landspirits. I also pick up trash from this area as often as I can.

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    This is a great question. New Balance 996 homme adidas zx 500 damskie I am also looking to deepen my practice. What I currently do is to take a walk almost every night for close to an hour. Where I live gets very quiet at night, it helps me to reconnect. I also tend to my garden, do sound & energy healing for myself and my family, and write/listen. I think my next step will be to create an altar. My favourite rooms are my kitchen and laundry room (it’s funny, I know, but having a big family, that’s about the only place I can go where I’m not followed!) I hope you’ll post what you end up choosing. I find it inspiring to hear how others find their way.

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    Honestly, I struggle with this. I have 3 young children at home and a husband who is gone in the evenings and who often travels and I have trouble finding regular times to focus on spiritual things. Even at night it’s tough because the baby is still nursing and she calls me to her. I try to do a morning ritual as often as I can (the one I published at Old Ways and posted a link elsewhere here) and I always lead the kids in a simple blessing before our evening meal. My religious life makes more sense as an overall picture rather than a regular “practice” I tend the garden, wildcraft, do physical and breathing exercises, pray, study nature and mystical traditions, maintain a personal altar and family seasonal display, and celebrate esbats and sabbats somewhat irregularly. The Gods are older than time itself, and they will always be there for me, even if it takes more than one lifetime to get around to everything.

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    My morning practice is usually to do 10-15 minutes of yoga, some sort of dance, and then meditate – it used to be for 10ish minutes, but I’m trying to bump it up to 20. And then before I get on the computer for the day I like to do a daily divination draw. I write ’em down in a little journal & think on it for a bit before starting my day. (Of course, the only reason I can probably do all of that is because I work at home as a writer, I’d never stick to it if I had to be in an office at 8 AM tounge ) I also like to talk to the ancestors and the gods before I go to bed, I usually just light a candle and some incense and either ramble for a bit or sit in silence. As far as other “timed” rituals go, I usually do something for the ancestors on the new moon, and I honor Perchta on Wednesdays and the full moons. Wisconsin Badgers Jerseys (Not *only* then of course, but those are days I always try to do something for her.) “How do I know you’ll keep your word?” asked Coraline. “I swear it,” said the other mother. “I swear it on my own mother’s grave.” “Does she have a grave?” asked Coraline. “Oh yes,” said the other mother. Iowa State Cyclones Jerseys “I put her in there myself. And when I found her trying to crawl out, I put her back.” chelleshock useravatar

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    Right now I pray often during the day (I just talk to my Mother and Father in my head or sometimes out loud while I do things) and I am trying to make the time to meditate. I generally like to light the candles of my shrine and reflect and I am also trying to make a point to get into my garden and under the sun everyday. Nike Air Max 2017 Dames blauw Yoga would be nice, too. Oh to have a nanny and a maid and have time for all the things I’d like to do! LOL

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    i dont do this everday… but i do try. i like to pull at least one card a day and meditate on it. for the most part this to study them. i think i have 5 tarot deck and 2 oracle decks, so it’s hard to learn them all. on a good day i will do a whole reading for someone else, or maybe me (but not too often). sometimes i’ll compare the means of different cards, the arc of a suit, or the signifigance of 4s… whatever strikes me on that day. i always try to remember and find the moon everynight and gaze at it, phase and weather depending. i also journal alot about the things i study, spells im creating, impending holidays and such. and simple things like sitting before my alter, lighting incense and candles always help to deepen the mood.

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    Hawthorne wrote:

    The Gods are older than time itself, and they will always be there for me, even if it takes more than one lifetime to get around to everything.

    I’m going to write that one down!!

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    I recently moved from a tiny, village-like country town to a built-up place where I feel like an exile. New England Patriots Jersey For a long time, I was sunk in a kind of despair, lamenting the loss of the pretty little grove where I could sit in a poplar with my rainstick any time I wanted. Then, as I walked through the local park that I have to go through on my way to work, muttering about the way the shrubs and trees were all cut back and ill-treated, something said to me, “Can you not love the afflicted?” That snapped me out of my self-pity and my daily practice now involves trying to connect with the spirits of the place and feeding the birds I meet on the way. Air Jordan 2 (II) Although I may need the countryside, at present, it seems the town needs me. soldes chaussures adidas

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    That is very sweet, Ygsawen.

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    When I’m doing a regular sit-down at the shrine, I try to include blessing and purifying with water and smoke, a simple energy-balancing exercise, a simple offering and a period of silent meditation. Shaun Dion Hamilton Jersey All together that can be done in about 15 – 20 minutes.

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    Do you use the Wiccan directions? Shamanic directions. The Celtic land, sky, sea? Something else? Mostly I use the Wiccan one but Im getting tired of it.

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    I associate the 4 directions with the Medicine Wheel. I don’t call on Guardians or Watchtowers or anything; I just stick with the elements and powers of the directions (North = earth, east = air, south = fire and west = water). Sometimes I visualize my totem animals around the circle too, as many years ago I did an exercise where you end up with special animals for each of the four directions. Fjallraven Kanken Mini UK Is that the kind of thing you mean?

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    When I cast a circle I use the Wiccan directions/elements starting with East. In my morning devotions I give thanks for my blessings from: East, West, North, South, Above, Below, Within, All-Around, and Transcendent, which makes 9. That’s basically the Shamanic set, but I don’t do Left/Right.

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    Sorry to dig up old threads, I just found this one interesting. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren rood I use a hybrid between the Irish duille, a rune risting, Wiccan elements (though placed differently), and the three realms common to American Druidry… All squeezed into one of many personal interpetations of 1734. 1 = 7 = 3 + 4… 1 is all. 7 is many many things but for directional purposes… louboutin soldes Up, down, center, east, south, west, north. New Balance 373 m?skie 3 is the three realms. 4 is the cardinal directions. So for those who like lists it would fall as such; East: Air South: Fire West: Earth North:Water Up: Sky/Magh Mor Center: Land/here/Mide Below: Sea/Ilse of Annwn/Tir Andomain

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    I use land, sea and sky in spells. gaiadelice.fr It’s worked very well so far, but that’s because in using land, sea and sky I’m also using the sacred number 3.

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    I invoke spirits of the north, east, south, and west in spellwork, starting with the north. Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Mini

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    Sorry to dig up old threads, I just found this one interesting.

    Personally I am glad you did, it is new to me too. Stones metal and herbs – Natave American influenced,shamanism – the spirits are strong for this in Texas. A starting place for the curious Healing arts – native links I do not use circles nor can I do any magic that requires me to know which way north is because I haven&#39;t a clue and nudity is not an option for the easily sun burned. Naturally I am sort of new at this but then again sort of not. I am one of the millions who have been doing stuff that is classified as magic most of my life I just never knew it had a name.

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    I find the land, sea and sky is simple and effective, so is using what the landscape around the offers. “Hail pine tree, hail mountainside, hail sky, hail Sun, hail cool looking rock! Hail all that dwell here!” If I am in a place that I know well, like at home, I will actually write a poem to use like this: http://walkingthehedge.net/blog/2009/04 … landscape/ (digging up old posts is just fine)

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    I like your poem, it’s very powerful.

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    Tonight I did a meditation to feel the energies of the three elements Land, Sea, and Sky. I must say, feeling these three elements was much easier for me than it ever was to feel the classic four elements that Wiccans and Hermetic types prefer.

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    QuercusRobur wrote:

    I like your poem, it’s very powerful.

    I’ll second that!

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    I have come to the conclusion now that each person should or may want to experiment so that they can understand which set is right for them. For me the result has been that the Land, Sea, Sky set makes me feel connected with the whole globe.. all of nature (just this planet though). In the past I have worked with the Wiccan & Hermetic Earth, Air, Fire, Water set and it does not give me that resonance. Under Armour Curry One Pas Cher Working with the four directions themselves also isn’t something that resonates with me. For those of you who work with the four elements and their corresponding directions, do you feel connected with our whole planet or perhaps the whole universe? If none of these, what do you get out of it? =)

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    Ive never felt connected to anything using the four directions ceremonial style I once went to a Trad Witch rite and they did a Compass Rose that was amazing and it had the four directions and other things. But mostly now I use the Land Sea and Sky but theres no sea near me so its more like Land Lake and Sky lol I can actually feel like I am connecting to the land and nature that way.

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    i am directionally challenged i would look so stupid in circle i never know which way i’m pointed. i will call on the watchers if i am in a more formal setting or use a respresentation for the elements. mainly i just go to my backyard and sing to my plants. Amazing things happen! Where does that put me? in the kiddie section, running the arts and crafts table? 😀

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    I’ve never felt connected with the four classical elements either. Nike Roshe Run Style Homme I think the Celtic three connect us more to the place we’re one and the classical four are a bit too abstract to connect us to places.

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    I have found that the four elements/directions have never really made me feel connected to a place either. Then again, looking at the liturgy for creating sacred space within Wicca or Ceremonial Magick is not about connecting to the nature place around you. Air Jordan 9 It all seems to be about creating a bubble that isolates you from the “mundane” realm. asics lyte 3 verde uomo I am now using the Celtic tradition of land, sea, sky. It seems to work much better for me. That being said I have a very strong connection with the element of fire and honour that element in my rituals.

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    “Sea” feels hard to relate to from a landlocked country. What do I “get out of” the the four (five) classical elements? I feel that by isolating their powers through their names and attaching associations I gain access to the essence of all forms and ideas as I know them. So yes, connection to the planet, the universe, and perhaps more importantly for the sake of magick, my own mind and experiences.

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    I tend to use the four directions/elements but I don’t feel any special connections to a path. That’s just what feels instinctively “right” to me. One thing that I have noticed is that water is simply “water” to me, rather than the sea. Solde adidas zx flux Many paths celebrate water as the sea, which is understandable with all the symbolism involved. (salt water, birthing, mysteries of the deep, all that good stuff) But I’ve always loved the elements as all it’s permutations. Snow, rain, sea water, running water, the water that sleeps beneath the earth… Water is an amazing element. Maybe it’s because I live in the desert now or because I’m a water sign, but I love this element so much! When I was a kid and living on the Judeo Christain religious calendar, the New Year started in January. But it always seemed a little off to me. That “new year” feeling always came at the end of August/beginning of September for me. Nike Air Max 90 Homme AIR PEGASUS 92-16

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    I’ve never felt connected with the four classical elements either. I think the Celtic three connect us more to the place we’re one and the classical four are a bit too abstract to connect us to places.

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    I began with the 4 Wiccan elements and I don’t mind them. Once I began moving away from the Wiccan path into something more my own, I started to prefer the concept of 3 elements- land, sea, sky. Part of the reason I liked it was because it corresponded well to the 3 states of matter- solid, liquid and gas. Heh, heh, blame my atheist scientist father smile! Still, sometimes when I call only three elements I have this nagging sensation that something is missing. Mario Manningham – Michigan Wolverines I suspect this is an example of ‘cultural programming’ and habit. Pat Tillman Jerseys Due to its accessibility and popularity, Wiccan concepts of the elements has become the default option. It kind of reminds me of how I will still swear using the Christian deity, although I have never been baptized or even been to church! Hearthwitch. nike air max 2016 dames

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    This is perhaps a very personal thing but what resonates with me is something that I do every day. It started as an attempt to meditate on the sundeck. (Sounds posh, eh – just showing off – we live in a tiny apartment.) This public deck is rarely occupied except by me, faces east on the western side of a long ocean inlet on the west coast and looks over mountains and sea. The sky is constantly changing but always beautiful and this just came to my mind without any conscious thought … ‘Mountains, Sky and Sea, Goddess, be in me.’ It needs a picture to even hint at how powerful this is to me … Marlon Humphrey Jersey as below. Juniper, I’m so glad you have this wonderful, high-powered web/hedge space so I don’t need to feel badly about posting a picture – I really chuckled at the thought of your little hedge growing up.

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    Hearthwitch wrote:

    I began with the 4 Wiccan elements and I don’t mind them.

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    QuercusRobur wrote:

    [quote author=Hearthwitch link=topic=202.msg4910#msg4910 date=1251861426] I began with the 4 Wiccan elements and I don’t mind them.

    Actually the “Wiccan” elements go back a lot further to the Greeks and Romans. They’re generally called “the classical elements”. Wicca’s just incorporated them in at a late stage in their life – so to speak. louboutin pas cher femme

    That is very true. I decided to add the ‘Wiccan’ as that was where I derived my original teaching. I also think that some Wiccan concepts of the elements differ from those from ancient Greece or Rome. If I remember correctly (and it’s been quite a few years since I read about this), Aristotle formed his concepts of elements as a scientific attempt at explaining the properties of the universe. It’s a very old attempt at creating a Periodic Table. Elements used in Wicca and other spiritual traditions are generally acknowledged as a metaphors for greater concepts/powers. They are no longer the building blocks of the universe but general concepts for describing the world. Hearthwitch.

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    That’s interesting how Wicca sees the elements. I’ll have to think about that. zonnebril ray ban heren

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