Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice

Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice eBook


    Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice eBook an understanding of the archetypes that devoted Wiccans are drawn to the names the deities have been called in various cultures, times, and places and the various myths associated with the Gods and Goddesses Each deity is also connected with one of the four Earth Sabbats and they are explained with regard to suggested ritual and meditative exercises In Devoted to You, Judy Harrow offers advice on how to apply these insights and power to daily life."/>
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice
  • Judy Harrow
  • English
  • 13 January 2019
  • 0806523921

10 thoughts on “Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice

  1. Alice Lemon Alice Lemon says:

    Despite the title, only about half of this book is actually Wiccan It consists of four essays by pagans about deities who are important to them two of them, about Anubis and Mother Earth, are by Wiccans, and two, about Brigid and Aphrodite are by Reconstructionists Celtic and Hellenic respectively The chapters by Wiccans weren t very interesting to me, and at some points were even kind of annoying On the other hand, the chapters by Reconstructionists were pretty interesting I particularly Despite the title, only about half of this book is actually Wiccan It consists of four essays by pagans about deities who are important to them two of them, about Anubis and Mother Earth, are by Wiccans, and two, about Brigid and Aphrodite are by Reconstructionists Celtic and Hellenic respectively The chapters by Wiccans weren t very interesting to me, and at some points were even kind of annoying On the other hand, the chapters by Reconstructionists were pretty interesting I particularly liked the one on Brigid because one of my friends is devoted to her, and it was interesting to learnabout her goddess


  2. R.E. R.E. says:

    Though featured prominently on the book s cover, Judy Harrow is one of four authors who contributed to Devoted to You Each author describes how they connect, honor, pray, and conduct ritual to the Deity they follow Geoffrey W Miller shares his study of the mythology surrounding Anubis and the rites and rituals he follows Alexei Kondratiev brings information on Celtic mythology and spiritual practices in honoring Brigit Marueen Reddington Wilde, a consecrated priestess of Aphrodite, explains Though featured prominently on the book s cover, Judy Harrow is one of four authors who contributed to Devoted to You Each author describes how they connect, honor, pray, and conduct ritual to the Deity they follow Geoffrey W Miller shares his study of the mythology surrounding Anubis and the rites and rituals he follows Alexei Kondratiev brings information on Celtic mythology and spiritual practices in honoring Brigit Marueen Reddington Wilde, a consecrated priestess of Aphrodite, explains Aphrodite s place in the Greek pantheon and discusses correspondences and suggestions for home devotions And, finally, Judy Harrow explores Gaia s place in myth and offers ideas for nurturing a Gaian spiritual practice.As a whole, the ideas presented by each author are very tradition specific, which can make the reading at times very slow when you don t related to a particular god or goddess However, followers of Anubis, Brigit, Aphrodite or Gaia will find a wealth of information to enhance their own spiritual practice


  3. Alan Alan says:

    From this book, I learned that it is okay to view Deity in many different ways, even as an individual, single person We don t have to hold one view of Divinity all the time, and we don t have to follow a single mannerism for devotion It is good practice to many different perceptions and practices in one s own tradition in order to experience the Divine in as many ways as possible.


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    I have only read the chapter on Aphrodite.


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Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice[Read] ➵ Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice ➼ Judy Harrow – Polishdarling.co.uk For advanced Pagan worshippers who are ready to deeply interact with their religion, Devoted to You offers an insightful and complete exploration of four significant deities Many witches and Pagans wo For advanced Pagan worshippers who are ready You: Honoring PDF/EPUB ê to deeply interact with their religion, Devoted to You offers an insightful and complete exploration of four significant deities Many witches and Pagans worship specific Goddesses and Gods, gaining insight and guidance from their presence Wiccans can look to Aphrodite to connect them Devoted To PDF/EPUB ² with love, beauty, and sex Gala, Mother Earth, teaches about the living planet, helping Pagans to appreciate and care for her Brigit, the Celtic Goddess of creativity and healing, inspires readers to develop their own talents and skills Anubis guides the way into the deep mysteries of death and transformation Like To You: Honoring ePUB ✓ all the ancient Gods, these four can enlighten and inspire today just as they affected the lives of those in ancient civilizationsDevoted to You features information on these four deities from a variety of cultures Egyptian, Celtic, Greek, each written by an expert in his or her field Readers will gain an understanding of the archetypes that devoted Wiccans are drawn to the names the deities have been called in various cultures, times, and places and the various myths associated with the Gods and Goddesses Each deity is also connected with one of the four Earth Sabbats and they are explained with regard to suggested ritual and meditative exercises In Devoted to You, Judy Harrow offers advice on how to apply these insights and power to daily life.


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10 thoughts on “Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice

  1. Alice Lemon Alice Lemon says:

    Despite the title, only about half of this book is actually Wiccan It consists of four essays by pagans about deities who are important to them two of them, about Anubis and Mother Earth, are by Wiccans, and two, about Brigid and Aphrodite are by Reconstructionists Celtic and Hellenic respectively The chapters by Wiccans weren t very interesting to me, and at some points were even kind of annoying On the other hand, the chapters by Reconstructionists were pretty interesting I particularly Despite the title, only about half of this book is actually Wiccan It consists of four essays by pagans about deities who are important to them two of them, about Anubis and Mother Earth, are by Wiccans, and two, about Brigid and Aphrodite are by Reconstructionists Celtic and Hellenic respectively The chapters by Wiccans weren t very interesting to me, and at some points were even kind of annoying On the other hand, the chapters by Reconstructionists were pretty interesting I particularly liked the one on Brigid because one of my friends is devoted to her, and it was interesting to learnabout her goddess


  2. R.E. R.E. says:

    Though featured prominently on the book s cover, Judy Harrow is one of four authors who contributed to Devoted to You Each author describes how they connect, honor, pray, and conduct ritual to the Deity they follow Geoffrey W Miller shares his study of the mythology surrounding Anubis and the rites and rituals he follows Alexei Kondratiev brings information on Celtic mythology and spiritual practices in honoring Brigit Marueen Reddington Wilde, a consecrated priestess of Aphrodite, explains Though featured prominently on the book s cover, Judy Harrow is one of four authors who contributed to Devoted to You Each author describes how they connect, honor, pray, and conduct ritual to the Deity they follow Geoffrey W Miller shares his study of the mythology surrounding Anubis and the rites and rituals he follows Alexei Kondratiev brings information on Celtic mythology and spiritual practices in honoring Brigit Marueen Reddington Wilde, a consecrated priestess of Aphrodite, explains Aphrodite s place in the Greek pantheon and discusses correspondences and suggestions for home devotions And, finally, Judy Harrow explores Gaia s place in myth and offers ideas for nurturing a Gaian spiritual practice.As a whole, the ideas presented by each author are very tradition specific, which can make the reading at times very slow when you don t related to a particular god or goddess However, followers of Anubis, Brigit, Aphrodite or Gaia will find a wealth of information to enhance their own spiritual practice


  3. Alan Alan says:

    From this book, I learned that it is okay to view Deity in many different ways, even as an individual, single person We don t have to hold one view of Divinity all the time, and we don t have to follow a single mannerism for devotion It is good practice to many different perceptions and practices in one s own tradition in order to experience the Divine in as many ways as possible.


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    I have only read the chapter on Aphrodite.


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