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Playlist for the Wheel of the Year: Mid-Spring

Music has been an essential part of the experience of our family rituals. Without it, it would be much more difficult to create the sense of sacred time and space and to evoke the experience I desire for each ritual.

Playlist for Wheel of the Year: Spring Equinox

Music has been an essential part of the experience of our family rituals. Without it, it would be much more difficult to create the sense of sacred time and space and to evoke the experience I desire for each ritual.

Happy Spring Equinox!

Amid all the eggs and bunnies, it’s easy to forget the challenges that evolution has overcome (and continues to wrestle with) when it comes to life. This year shows us this yet again.

Am I a Good Pagan (& Ukraine), Sarah the Skeptical Witch, and Imagination! Recent Episodes of THE WONDER podcast, by Mark Green

The concept behind THE WONDERā€”named, of course, for the awe and reverence we feel as we contemplate the magnificent Universeā€”is that it will be an ongoing resource for non-theist Pagans to inform and inspire our practices and stimulate our thinking.

The Spring Equinox Approachesā€¦

Can you believe that a year ago, most of us had rarely if ever worn a mask to limit covid, nor had gone to a oom meeting in our pajamas?Ā  Ā This meme perfectly described the early months of 2020 for me.Ā  How about you?Ā 

You can help kids (and yourself!) have a Naturalistic Pagan Summer!

And what a great lineup they have!Ā  Check it out below!Ā 

Playlist for the Wheel of the Year: Mid-Winter

Music has been an essential part of the experience of our family rituals. Without it, it would be much more difficult to create the sense of sacred time and space and to evoke the experience I desire for each ritual.