Adapted and accessible

There’s an ideal image of a witches’ coven in ritual: A group in matching robes standing around an altar in the moonlight. The altar would be laid with a lovely cloth and be bright with candles with incense smoke curling around simple, beautiful, matching tools. The coven’s hands are held high and they are ready…

Adapted and accessible was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Our big questions – part 5: Hacking our religion

I don’t care what you believe so much as how you behave and what you do; my Paganism is one of orthopraxy. My rituals are not based on beliefs but on what works to create feelings of connection and meaningful spiritual experiences for participants. I consider rituals to be spiritual art. I’m mostly OK with…

Our big questions – part 5: Hacking our religion was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic

Pagan Ritual Hack Space

A workshop facilitated by Melissa and Robyn at the Gathering for Life on Earth 2013. These are our original notes; not everything ended up being used at the workshop since group discussions took up much of the time.   Workshop Description: “Pagan Ritual Hack Space”: A hacker builds, rebuilds, modifies, and seeks to make things…

Pagan Ritual Hack Space was originally published on We're Made of Mud and Magic