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I follow a path of the eclectic tradition, which basically means that my path is based on my belief and research tempered by my understanding and personal experience.
For full details of my spiritual belief and of the spiritual journey that led me to this point, please follow the links on this site.
In general my path is a fundamental part of who I am, it influences both my perceptions and my actions.
Unlike some of the more documented faiths I am not bound by a single or a set of written doctrines.
Should my path change, as it may, I will endeavour to update this page and annotate those changes. Symbols, tools and ceremoniesWhile in many ways I consider my Paganism essentially a part of my self, there are a few outward props and activities that I feel compliment my journey.
I use no wand in my workings, nor do I usually cast a circle - though I will if the occasion demands.
I have an altar set up at home, which is a permanent feature, though for ritual I rebuild it in a more convenient spot (usually in the same room) and customize it for the specific ritual. The images of my gods are not there to 'house their spirits' or to act as idols, they simply function as an aid to concentration, Likewise the flame of the tea-light is simply there as a point of focus - although it does have a specific use in my Midwinter ritual.
Within my path I honour Nature (the Divine Spirit) by marking the movement of the year, the passing of the seasons and the progress of the sun through the sky. When it comes to rituals I feel I must stress again that I do not believe in the use of drugs, though I may use alcohol in my toast, and also that my gods do not demand bloody sacrifice, which is just as well as I would not be able to work with such a god. Here are the rules: I’ve been at zero a few times, come back a few times, and done it over and over. Everything is a mentor. If you are a zero, and have passion for reinvention, then everything you look at will be a metaphor for what you want to do. When people say “it’s not about the money” they should make sure they have a different measuring stick.
Then after you work 16 hours a day, seven days a week being a janitor, use your spare time to reinvent.
Read this post again in two or three years when you are broke and jobless and nobody likes you. Once you have enough knowledge (after 100-200 books), write down 10 ideas for 20 different potential mentors.
My added two cents is get around the people who are where you want to be and go to events to network your but off. If you have a difficult time reading, do more reading, and find something interesting to read.


I am 26 and have decided to throw away a dull career in sales and focus on what I love – copywriting, advertising and creative writing. Wonderful article James… I have printed this out, and this will form the cornerstone of my own re-invention.
I want to change for the better, I know my weaknesses and address them, yet I can’t find the encouragement within myself to do what it is I seek. I did this: List your mental or emotional blocks, the things that are weighing heavy on your mind and stopping you. Not only am I sending this to my awesome boss whose start up I work for, I intend to keep a copy myself! It is a well-known fact that Illuminati consist of Multi Millionaires, Billionaires who have major influence regarding most global affairs, including the planning of a New World Order. I don't class myself as anything other than a Pagan, though if pushed I may class myself simply as a seeker, for I feel that no-one ever truly finds all the answers. I do not intend it as an exercise in recruitment, as that would betray some of my deepest beliefs, nor do I intend it to be seen as the 'one and only true path' mainly because there is no such thing; all paths are valid and true for their followers. The meanings that I assign to these symbols are in some cases personal and may not reflect those held by other Pagans or in some cases other 'mainstream' faiths. I have on the altar a pair of images which portray the way I perceive my lord and lady, a small dish for offerings, a key, some coins and a small tea-light - in general I don't use candles.
I do not generally celebrate New or Full moons (esbats) but do observe the 8 sabbats common to Wicca and modern Druidry. I find them useful as a connection to the changing of the seasons and as such they prove their worth to me. In truth it seems that the gods today have in general given up on the blood and gore of the past, though I must point out that it would be a mistake to assume such practices were restricted to the pagan peoples, as researching the Abrahamic faiths will show. Through interviews, through people writing me letters, through the course of the past 20 years.
I say, “why isn’t it happening yet?” and I punch the floor and hurt my hand and throw a coconut on the floor in a weird ritual.
If you want to paint, then buy a canvas and paints today, start buying 500 books one at a time, and start painting.
Part of reinvention is collecting little bits and pieces of time and re-carving them the way you want them to be. I’ve been struggling internally for the last few months, and this post really hit the nail. As someone who reinvents herself all the time… I take so much wisdom from this piece! I can’t find direction or passion to head to, How can you know when to liftoff if you haven’t already found your destination?


All of it is things that are things to get you started and thinking and the belief that it will come to you. I think the greatest lesson I have ever learned from him is that if you want to accomplish something then you need to start doing it now, in your own way. Many world leaders, Presidents, Prime Ministers, royalty and senior executives of major Fortune 500 companies are members of Illuminati.
Simply choose the Live A Good Life facebook profile cover you'd like to use, click the button to upload the cover, then follow the intsructions on the next page. Setting out those beliefs in words as I have here is not an easy task, but it does help to put them into perspective and as such is a useful exercise. Full details can be found by clicking on the link for 'My Wheel' along with the details of any specific rituals. Sometimes because all bridges have been burned beyond recognition, sometimes because I desperately needed money. And sometimes just because I hated everyone in my old career or they hated me.
But you can see the next step and you do know that if you take that next step eventually you get to the end of the road.
Gratitude is the bridge between your world and the parallel universe where all creative ideas live. I just quit my job and am in the reinvention whirlwind; you will be one of my mentors in the next few… months?
I’m going to print it out and keep it near me at all times for when I get anxious, scared or think about jumping back into the sales hellhole.
I want to break this cycle so much, I almost feel as though I’m screaming to break free while the rest of my body refuses to acknowledge this and stays frozen.
Right now, I just moved to Oregon and I’m stuck with figuring out how to make everyone else happy while trying to fight for a way to better my own life, it’s so tiresome! Don’t wait until you are perfect or you have all the right tools or certificates- Just start doing it. If you don’t have 150 friends then the brain wants to read gossip magazines until it thinks it has 150 friends. I once had a thirty five year old tell me he didn’t have time to think about his future.



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