It’s Mabon, folks! Also known as the autumn equinox, Mabon ushers in my favorite time of year. I don’t know about you, but fall is also the season when I feel most spiritual as a pagan. Mabon serves as the kick-off to this exciting season, and its themes are all about preparation, abundance, harvest, gratitude, […]Read More 5 Ways Pantheists Can Celebrate Mabon
‘Tis the season to talk about death! Leaves are dying, the weather is getting colder, and if you believe in an afterlife, the veil is thinning. All the ghosties and ghoulies come out to play on Samhain day! Well, around this time in the Northern Hemisphere, that is.
It’s a day to remember our dead loved ones, celebrate life and the witch’s new year, yet with every Samhain there is mentioning of “the Veil”. The Veil between the living and the dead.Read More The Afterlife and Pantheism
Can a pantheist believe in the law of attraction? Sure! But it certainly isn’t required. For pantheist pagans, I imagine there’s a greater chance of believing in things like the law of attraction, crystal healing, and reincarnation, but there’s no dogma within pantheism or even paganism that tells you which of these things to believe in, […]Read More Creating a Simple Abundance Altar
Happy Samhain, folks! Or Halloween, if that’s what you prefer to call this day. I wish I could say I had a costume standing by and an event to go to tonight, but alas, I don’t, so I’ll be finding other ways to mark the day. If you’ve visited my blog before, you’ve probably read […]Read More 5 Ways to Celebrate Samhain for the Pantheist Pagan
If you’ve happened to click the link to my unrelated travel blog in the sidebar, you’ve probably noticed I try to be very body positive. This is an ongoing struggle for me since I was severely bullied in middle school for my appearance, but I’ve realized over the years just how important self-love is. We’re […]Read More Blessing Yourself with Love
I mentioned in my last post that I was rewriting various pagan and/or Wiccan rituals to better fit my pantheist beliefs. For non-theists who also identify as pagan or who are simply trying to incorporate more spirituality into their lives via pagan practices, it can be difficult to overlook some of the language in many […]Read More A Note on Deity & A Daily Blessing
I’ve been working on rewording certain rituals to make them fit my pantheist pagan beliefs, but one thing I’ve always liked is Wicca’s “Thirteen Goals of a Witch.” I’ve found that it aligns with my own intentions being on this spiritual path, but words like “Craft” and “Goddess and God” don’t fit in with most […]Read More Thirteen Goals of a Pantheist Pagan