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Devoted To You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice

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For more advanced Pagan worshippers who are ready to deeply interact with their religion, Devoted to You offers an insightful and complete exploration of four significant deities. Many witches and Pagans worship specific Goddesses and Gods, gaining insight and guidance from their presence. Wiccans can look to Aphrodite to connect them with love, beauty, and sex. Gala, Moth ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Citadel
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R.E.
Jan 06, 2008 R.E. rated it liked it
Though featured prominently on the book's cover, Judy Harrow is one of four authors who contributed to Devoted to You. Each author describes how they connect, honor, pray, and conduct ritual to the Deity they follow. Geoffrey W. Miller shares his study of the mythology surrounding Anubis and the rites and rituals he follows. Alexei Kondratiev brings information on Celtic mythology and spiritual practices in honoring Brigit. Marueen Reddington-Wilde, a consecrated priestess of Aphrodite, explains ...more
Alan
Nov 02, 2007 Alan rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: any Wiccan
Shelves: refer-to-often
From this book, I learned that it is okay to view Deity in many different ways, even as an individual, single person. We don't have to hold one view of Divinity all the time, and we don't have to follow a single mannerism for devotion. It is good practice to many different perceptions and practices in one's own "tradition" in order to experience the Divine in as many ways as possible.
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