A couple of weeks ago I asked people about what they do for the new moon. I liked Bad Seed's idea for new moon vows. In other words, I've heard of this being called setting an intention for the coming month. This year I have been working on a different health-related goal each month, but I never thought to formalize them by setting an intention. So far I've worked on getting enough sleep, making time for…Continue
I've attended Unitarian Universalist services here and there throughout New Mexico and finally settled down in one city long enough to feel comfortable signing their membership book. As a gift for joining, the membership director gave everyone a copy of The Unitarian Universalist Pocket Guide! That's good timing because I was thinking about buying a copy.
For those of you who haven't heard of Unitarian Universalism, it's basically a religion that is accepting of each…Continue
What did you do for the full moon? For the actual full moon this month, I was playing Dungeons & Dragons with some friends. The day after the full moon, I went to an event put on by my local Unitarian Universalist group called Theology on Tap. We meet up in a banquet room of a pub once a month to discuss spiritual themes. This month's theme was curiosity. I rarely drink alcoholic beverages, so I haven't been curious enough to try their beers yet, but they serve pretty good food too. This…Continue
Last night, my husband read me the Beltane guided meditation from Magical Meditations: Guided Imagery for the Pagan Path by Yasmine Galenorn. Tonight, I misted my bedroom with sage spiritual spray, lit a candle, then followed along with the Sage Goddess Beltane Ritual on YouTube. Someday I think it'd be nice to celebrate with other people in person, but for now it was nice to honor the day with the help of a book and others online.