• Salina

    Do you think it is possible to Initiate into two path’s?

    August 29, 2015
    • Sure. That happens often actually. People are curious as to what each offers. The only concern is that someone is merely “collecting titles” and not actually interested in doing the work of the traditions that they are involved with.

      August 29, 2015
  • Salina

    Thank you, and I see your point. My situation is I love both path’s, and everyone one in each one of them.

    August 31, 2015
  • Yes, it is always important to cover one’s assets. 😉 This is a very nice report on the mysterious makings of a mystic and/or witch, etc. It looks increasingly like we have the makings of a good book growing within these virtual pages.

    BTW, speaking of books, I enjoy the utility of “A Witch’s Journey” the daily journal and/or diary which you thoughtfully developed. Upon reflection, however, in looking at the numerous daily pages which I’ve passed over and left blank, these too speak volumes. Perhaps some utility remains for such spaces.

    Who, me! I – I’m not a witch at all. I’m just Lloyd (not from Kansas).

    Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah (Sha na na)

    September 01, 2015
  • Spira

    I think that it is important to differentiate between initiation into a group and spiritual initiation. In BTW (at least in my neck of the woods) it is understood that if one wants to be initiated into the Tradition or elevated within it, an ordeal must be endured successfully. And this ordeal is of the Gods, not of the coven’s making. This could be a divorce, loss of a job, or a stepping up into a roll that was not anticipated. The Elders will wait for this ordeal to happen and be successfully overcome before any ceremony takes place. It could be a year and a day or two years or five, or it may never happen at all. In the latter case, the Elders will not perform an initiation or elevation. The idea is that the Gods will clear out anything from someone’s life that is hindering their commitment and service to the Gods, even if that is self-doubt. The initiation ceremony is just that – a ceremony, a public acknowledgment to what has already occurred.

    September 07, 2015

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